Question about Dewalt 7.2-18.0 Volt One Hour Charger
Where are you getting 130Vac from?
The proper thing to do is get a Variac which is a variable ratio transformer which can step the 130 down to whatever you want. A 10 amp one will cost about $90 though. They last forever though, so you might get one much cheaper on EBAY.
Actually, the chargers for stuff like cordless drill batteries are switcher types that can tolerate quite a wide range of input voltages. Some can go all the way from 110 to 220. Does yours have a spec for the input range? Even if it has a tight range it will probably handle 130V.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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