Author Topic: Oregon Stihl Husky battery powered trim saws  (Read 6295 times)

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Offline jlithen

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Re: Oregon Stihl Husky battery powered trim saws
« Reply #60 on: May 25, 2015, 09:00:27 am »
Thank you!

No way you can work continuously with 2 batteries, or more batteries and one charger for that matter.
Maybe with the fast charger if you work really slow :)
I'll buy or build a fast charger at some point. Charging high power Li-ion batteries at 0.5C is unnecessarily slow.

About 200 is today the price for a 4Ah battery and that is already on my upper limit.
For 200 you can get much more Ah if you buy just cells.
I'd like to have about 10Ah.

At least I will rebuild the packs when they get tired.
I do not like buying the entire pack if just the cells can be bought cheaper.

I was under the impression that the saw was brushless, but I guess I was mistaken then.
That explains the relatively high noise level.
This means that carbon brushes need to be changed at some interval.

 

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