Power X-Change: Batteries Swap Partners
Power X-Change is the new rechargeable battery system from Einhell. It is designed for multifunctionality and interoperability, and it saves you money. So what exactly is it? With this advanced technology, you can use 18V rechargeable batteries with five different capacity ratings to power more than 20 different tools.
These rechargeable batteries are state-of-the-art, and they pack plenty of power. You can also buy just the bare tools without a battery and charger. You don’t need to buy a new charger and battery every time you purchase a tool. You save money and protect the environment.
Most people have a drawer full of different chargers for cell phones, cordless drills, tablets, notebooks, etc. It is madness to waste so much of the earth’s resources this way, and with so many chargers plugged in it is sometimes difficult to find a free socket outlet. Depending on the application, you can use batteries with capacities between 1.5 Ah and 5.2 Ah in combination.
The advantages of cordless technology are obvious. Once you start using these products, you wonder why you ever put up with long tangled cables. For high-power equipment such as cordless lawn mowers, you can use two batteries together to generate 36V output.
From simple jobs to power-intensive applications: Power X-Change covers a spectrum of applications which is as comprehensive as the Einhell product range.
The Twin-Pack technology of Einhell can be used for devices with 18 V and 36 V power.
With Power X-Change there is no need to buy additional batteries for subsequent products.
The Power X-Change system for woodworking
You use the cordless jigsaw to cut seven boards to the right length. The bright LED and the blower give you a clear view of your marked lines so you get a perfect cut. You then take the battery out and put it into your cordless screwdriver. On one of the seven boards, you make a large centered hole in the upper third using the cordless screwdriver and a Forstner bit. Running on 18V, the cordless screwdriver easily drives the large bit. You continue working with the same battery in the multi sander. You sand the edges and faces of the boards until they are nice and smooth. The dust container on the sander collects the dust, keeping the workplace neat and tidy. You then put the battery back into the cordless screwdriver to screw the boards together. Because you have selected the right torque setting, the screws are tightened until they are flush with the surface of the boards. Next you cut a roof batten to the length you need with a multi saw using the same battery. The multi saw is lightweight, making it easy to handle, and you get a good cut. You then sink the roof batten about a half metre into the ground at the edge of the bed. After doing that, you mount the seven boards, which you have screwed together, on top of the roof batten using brackets and screws, and presto – your bird house is finished.
All of the work is done outside the house without the need for socket outlets and cable drums. You also spend less time putting things away again. You only need to gather up your tools. There are no cables to untangle and roll up. If necessary, the final step is to insert the battery into the leaf blower to clear away any remaining sawdust. Voilà!