|Number of Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Unit Count||2.0 Count|
About this item
- DEWALT 20V/60V Battery has 180 Watt Hours of energy in each battery pack (360 Watt Hours combined)
- DEWALT battery has 6 times the runtime compared to DCB201 1.5Ah Battery
- 9.0 Ah capacity when used in a 20V MAX tool
- Compatible with 20V MAX, 60V MAX and 120V MAX tools
- Compatible with all 20V MAX, 60V MAX and 120V MAX tools
- LED State of Charge Display
What’s in the box
- (2) DCB609 20V/60V MAX* FLEXVOLT Batteries
From the manufacturer
The dual-voltage FLEXVOLT 20V/60V MAX* 9.0 Ah battery automatically changes voltage when you change tools, providing up to 6X runtime** (** With DCB609 FLEXVOLT battery when used with DEWALT 20V MAX* tools compared to DCB201 1.5 Ah battery pack.) in 20V MAX* tools. DEWALT 20V MAX* battery also has the power of corded in 60V MAX* and 120V MAX* tools.
|Item Weight||4.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||DCB609-2|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||(2) DCB609 20V/60V MAX* FLEXVOLT Batteries|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||9 Amp Hours|
|Warranty Description||3 year limited warranty|
Questions & Answers
Question: does this 9.oah mean simply a longer running time than the 6 or 3 .oah and does this battery work with all flex volt tools such as the 60 volt grinder
Answer: Yes a longer run time. It works with all 60 flex volt tools as well as most 20v tools.
Question: What does it mean by 9ah?
Answer: Dewalt flexvolt batteries can be used with either Dewalt 20V or 60V Max tools, The 9Ah battery (20V tools) has triple the capacity as a 3Ah battery. This battery is a 3Ah battery when used with 60V Dewalt Max tools. Hope this helps.
Question: Do you need a different charger for the flex volt battery ?
Answer: You may use any DEWALT 20V charger with FLEXVOLT batteries
It’s almost impossible to find these 9Ah batteries locally – you need to order them online. I’m guessing it’s because they’re too expensive, and for most guys the 6Ah FlexVolt battery is just fine. I got lucky and found a 2-pack for $49.
Timothy Pajak –
I have to admit that these batteries add an impressive amount power to my 20v lineup. I’ve only used these on my 20v weed wacker so far and I get about an hour use on high. Battery pack didn’t even get warm. Usually I’ll get around 30min with the 5.0ah. I think it lasted around double the time because the load is spread out with 15 internal 18650 batteries in the 20v/60v vs 10 18650 batteries in the 20v 5.0ah pack.
I’ve been using the 5 and 6 ah batteries for a year or so, but these 9ah batteries are seriously impressive. Recently used one of these on my DeWalt 20v Impact hammer with a 3 1/4″ concrete core to drill through 5″ thick concrete with ease. After 15 minutes of hard use, it only discharged 1/3 of the battery. (Two of the three status LED’s were still lit). That would usually almost drain one of my 5 ah batteries. Definitely worth the money. Also works great in my 60v Flexvolt DeWalt chainsaw. Very powerful!