Question about Dewalt 12v Max - 20v Max Li-ion Battery Charger Dcb101
Can't say for certain, but there are specific 110V and 220V versions of DCB101.
None are labelled 90-220VAC as would be normal for universal voltage equipment.
If you operate 110V equipment on 220V then you will most likely damage it with overvoltage.
If you operate 220V equipment on 110V then you will most likely damage it in over current or have it simply not work.
It is possible that the charger is universal, just not labelled as such.
Send DeWalt an email.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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