Marin wrote: ↑
Apr 24, 2018 11:47 pm
It is fine to do this, the batteries share the load, makita 36v tools use 2 18v batteries,
DeWalt has a really funky setup in their FlexVolt batteries. Depending on what they are plugged into they are either 5S3P(20v6ah) or 15S1P(60v2ah). I have a miter saw that uses two of them at 60v in series for 120v.
Now that I think about it, that is what I can use the battery modules from the eAssist units I bought. They are 32s1p, 1kWh, which should be handled just fine by the miter saw...