Battery charger compatible with Black & Decker PS120 9.6 V battery?

Old 07-22-13, 10:58 AM
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Battery charger compatible with Black & Decker PS120 9.6 V battery?

A friend gave me her extra Black and Decker drill because she was tired of dealing with the charger issues. I looked up the B&D charger in question (Black and Decker #418352-00 PS150 Charger - input / 120 Volts AC, 60Hz, 9W, output (NOM 10, 15V) 10.15 Volts DC, 210mA (NOM 11, 6V) 11.6 Volts DC, 165mA for PS120 9.6 Volt Battery Pack - and it has really awful reviews. Is there another charger I can use out there for a 9.6V cordless drill battery that's NOT from Black & Decker? This is for a Black and Decker cordless drill that's probably nearing it's 5th birthday. Thanks everyone!
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Unless you already have a new battery, it's probably not worth buying a 9.6V charger. At 5 years, the original battery will be way past its prime so for the cost of a charger and a new battery, you may as well buy a new drill with higher voltage. The new drill will come with battery and charger in most cases.
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All 9.6 volt chargers put out the same amount, the problem is the battery configurations are different between the brands which usually makes it where a different brand battery won't fit Yrs ago I had a cheap oriental 9.6 volt drill but the battery would plug into a Makita charger .... but the makita batteries wouldn't lock into the drill - only the plug part was the same.

While there might be another charger that will work, I agree with toolmon that you'd be better off with a newer drill. I was shocked at how much difference there was when I upgraded to a 19.2 volt.

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