Model#: MILN49-24-2301
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Milwaukee 49-24-2301 M12 12V Heated Jacket Vehicle Charger

  • Milwaukee 49-24-2301 M12 12V Heated Jacket Vehicle Charger
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Details

The M12 Heated Jacket 12V DC Plug Adapter is compatible with standard 12V DC power outlets found in automobiles, heavy machinery, and recreational vehicles. This adapter provides unlimited run time to all Milwaukee Heated Jackets. The 7 ft. coil cord allows users to neatly route their cords no matter the vehicle type. Designed with safety in mind, the adapter incorporates a break-away feature in case a quick exit from a vehicle is necessary.
Features:
  • Compatible with standard In-vehicle 12V DC power outlets
  • Provides unlimited run-time to all M12 Heated Jackets
  • 7 ft. coil cord with break-away feature for easy cord routing
  • Built-in repleaceable fuse protects the jacket from a voltage spike from the vehicle
Includes:
  • M12 12V Heated Jacket Vehicle Charger - 49-24-2301

Specifications

Series: M12
Battery Style: Slide
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Recharge Time: 60 min.
Voltage: 28V

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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Auto adapter for Milwaukee Heated Jacket
Perfect auto plug adapter when not around an electrical outlet.
April 8, 2013
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No, I would not recommend this to a friend
its not compatible with milwaukee radio
When I called to see if this cord would operate the milwaukee m12 radio, the answer was 'yes'. When I bought it and tried to use it, I could not plug it in to both radio & 12volt, totally noncompatible.
June 22, 2013

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