DEWALT DCB1800B Portable

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Hartlepool is a power plant on the north-eastern coast of England. It is able to provide electricity to more than 2 million homes in the UK.

  • Station Manager: Craig Doehring
  • Reactor type: 2 gas cooled advanced reactor
  • Total National Grid Supply: 1185 MW
  • Refrigerant: Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  • Construction start: 1968
  • Generation start: 1983
  • Expected end of obstetrics: March 2024
  • People: Nearly 530 full-time EDF Energy employees plus over 200 full-time contracted partners


    • It delivers more wattage than its competitors
    • Can power a table saw - something no other inverter can do right now
    • Charging four batteries at the same time
    • Small footprints
    • Excellent price
    • Negatives
    • Modified sine wave output is not optimal for all applications
    • Total amp hours less than the competition
    • 2A charging rate is a bit slow


  • With the ability to handle a table saw flow load, the popular DeWalt portable power station is the only battery inverter we used that can make your whole business site wireless.
  • It delivers less total watt-hours than some of its competitors, but then again, DeWalt didn't make this for those wanting to maximize. The charging time is a bit slow, and DeWalt makes a custom charger that works faster if that's what you need.


  • Modified sine wave output is defined as an excellent choice for job site but you are better off with pure sine wave inverter for charging electronics.



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