Makita DML810 Work Light Review: Features & Specifications
Features and specifications of Makita DML810 LED lamp are as follows:
• High efficiency LED with up to 10,000 lumens output;
• Maximum operating temperature range from -20°C to +70°C;
• Low voltage protection; low current consumption at high output levels; long life span at high power usage; compact design for easy storage or transportation.
Specifications of Makita DML810 LED Lamp:
Model Number: MDCL810A1/B1/D1/E1 /F1/G1 (All Models)
Power Consumption: Max. 3W; Typical 1W
Working Temperature Range: -20°C ~ +70°C (-4~122 °F)
Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V ~ 6V; 4.5V ~ 12V; 5V ~ 20V
Working Current: Max. 200mA; Typical 50mA
Dimensions: L=10cm x W=6cm x H=3.9cm (HxWxD); Weight: 9g (0.3lbs) without battery
Included in the pack:
1 x Makita 18V Variable-Burst LED Light (Model No. DML810A, DML810B, DML810D, DML810E, DML810F or DML810G)
1 x Spare Bulb (Part No. 533P00)
1 x Spare O-Ring (Part No. 555P00)
1 x Spare Cap (Part No. 535P00)
1 x Storage Bag (Part No. 555P40)
2 Year Warranty: This product is covered under Makita’s Two Year Warranty. For further details please see Makita NZ’s warranty page here.
Warranty terms & Conditions
The Makita Variable-Burst LED Light has a host of features and benefits that are listed below. It can be used in a broad range of applications; from illuminating dark spaces to providing lighting for working on machinery and equipment. The light can be tilted through a full 90 degrees, allowing it to be pointed in any direction without the need to move the light itself. This makes it far more flexible than a standard flashlight.
The unit can be turned on and off with a press of the button and has variable output levels to allow for different situations.
Uses of Makita DML810 18V Variable-Burst LED Light:
The Makita DML810 Variable-Burst LED Light is a great all-round work light that can be used for almost any situation. It can be used by Plumbers, Electricians, Carpenters and any other tradesman who requires a hands-free lighting solution. It can also be used by enthusiasts and hobbyists for hobbies such as model making or for anyone who needs a light source when working in the garage or shed late at night.
What Makes the Makita DML810 18V Variable-Burst LED Light Unique?
The biggest draw card of the Makita DML810 is its convenience and flexibility. A hands-free light that can be positioned in any direction is perfect for when you need both your hands free. Although the light has only a single setting it can provide enough light to see what you’re doing in even the darkest of situations.
Frequently Asked Question:
What sort of battery does the Makita DML810 run on?
A. The Makita DML810 runs on a standard 18V cordless tool battery (battery not included).
Q. I have hearing loss.
Can this light be turned loud enough to alert someone if they need my help in a bad situation?
A. This light is not designed as an emergency safety light. However, it can be used for just such a purpose if you had to. It’s a good idea to have multiple safety measures, this light could be one of them.
How long does the battery last?
A. It depends on the size of the job. The bigger the job, the quicker the battery will run out. But as a rough guide you can expect around 1 hour of light from large capacity 18V batteries.
How do I turn the light on and off?
A. The light is turned on and off by the button on top of the light. Press and hold the button to turn it on or off.
How do I adjust the light’s direction?
A. The head can be tilted up to 90 degrees in any direction to allow for the perfect adjustment of the light.
How durable is the light?
A. The light is made from a tough and durable plastic material, making it light enough to carry around without being awkward, but still strong enough to withstand the rigours of work and any accidental knocks and bumps that may occur.
Does the light have to be plugged into the mains?
A. No, unlike many other cordless lights on the market, this one doesn’t rely on battery power alone. Instead, you can choose to use it with a cord if you prefer.
Can I buy an extension cord to allow me to move around further away from the power source?
A. Yes, you can extend the length of the cord by up to 5 metres using an extension cord. Make sure you check the requirements of the cord you wish to use before purchase to ensure it is suitable.
Can I use this light for my car?
A. Yes, the light is fully weather resistant and can be used in damp or wet conditions without causing short circuits. However, we do not advise that you use the light in explosive atmospheres.
How long does the battery take to charge?
A. All batteries and chargers are different, so this question cannot be answered specifically. However, most battery chargers take between 10 and 15 hours to fully charge.
What is the weight of this light?
A. The light and battery weigh 2lbs 7oz, which may feel unwieldy to some people. However, if you use an extension cord, you can make use of your natural arm strength to hold up the weight of the light.
Are there any cords or cables on the light itself?
A. No, all cables and power connections are stored internally on the battery, so you don’t have any cables dangling out of the bottom of the light.
Are the batteries interchangeable with other tools?
A. No, the DML810 uses specially made 18V batteries which are not interchangeable with other Makita tools or other manufacturers’ 18V products.
Can I purchase spare batteries?
A. Yes, you can buy a 5-pack of Makita 18V 4.0Ah batteries here: Makita 18V 4.0Ah Batteries .
What is this light made from?
A. The light is made from a durable plastic polymer which is both strong and flexible, meaning that it can stand up to the heavy demands of work whilst being impact-resistant and shatter-proof.
Does the light feature an on/off switch?
LED lights are known for their long battery life and energy efficiency, but many people worry that this means they are unable to be turned off. However, this isn’t the case with the DML810. It can easily be turned on and off using the slider switch on top of the unit.
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