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20GV96 PCC601LB UNSPSC # 27112703

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Drill Kit, Cordless, 1/2 in Chuck Size

  • Item # 20GV96
  • Mfr. Model # PCC601LB
  • UNSPSC # 27112703
  • Catalog Page # 694 694
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These cordless pistol-grip drills are powered by Porter Cable batteries of a compatible series and matching voltage. Their pistol grip eases handling and operation for holemaking and fastening tasks. Tools using lower-capacity (Ah) batteries are less bulky but store less power than tools using higher-capacity batteries. Tool batteries can also power other tools of the same brand, battery series, and voltage.

Technical Specs

  • Item Drill Kit
  • Power Source Cordless
  • Brushless Motor Yes
  • Max. Torque Not Specified
  • Max. Power 283 UWO
  • Chuck Size 1/2 in
  • Cordless Drill Class General Purpose
  • Drill Chuck Type Keyless
  • Clutch Style Adjustable
  • Max. Speed 1,500 RPM
  • Min. Speed 0 RPM
  • Number of Speed Settings 2
  • Number of Clutch Settings 18 + Drill
  • Cordless Tool Kit Contents (1) Bare Tool
  • Number of Batteries Included 0
  • Battery Capacity 1.3Ah
  • Voltage 20V DC
  • Charger Included No
  • Handle Type Pistol Grip
  • Throttle Type Trigger
  • Anti-Kick Back No
  • Built-In Light Yes
  • Wireless Tool Tracking No
  • Tool Weight 3.5 lb
  • Overall Length 8 1/4 in
  • Tool Brand Porter Cable
  • Series 20V MAX Compact
  • Includes #2 Phillips Screwdriving Bit, Charger

These cordless pistol-grip drills are powered by Porter Cable batteries of a compatible series and matching voltage. Their pistol grip eases handling and operation for holemaking and fastening tasks. Tools using lower-capacity (Ah) batteries are less bulky but store less power than tools using higher-capacity batteries. Tool batteries can also power other tools of the same brand, battery series, and voltage.

Compliance and Restrictions

  • Hazardous Material - General
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