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Milwaukee Tool intros work light with PackOut compatibility

Milwaukee Tool has expanded its lighting solutions with the introduction of the M18 PackOut Light/Charger.

The new lighting solution equips users with all-day, multi-directional lighting and charging in one dedicated solution that is fully compatible with the PackOut Modular Storage System, the company says.

The M18 PackOut Light/Charger delivers 3,000 lumens of TrueView high-definition output to easily light the site. For complete control of lighting preference, the light is equipped with three independent rotating lights so users can choose between task or area lighting. To manage output and run-time, the light has nine total modes — all lights, main panel or back/front lights — each including high, medium and low settings.

For ease of use, the light features a dual power feature with an integrated AC input for all-day runtime and M18 battery charging. In addition, the M18 PackOut Light/Charger features a storage compartment and 2.1AMP USB port for device charging and storage of small items. When equipped with the M18 RedLithium XC 5.0 Battery Pack, the light/charger provides users with up to 31 hours of run time, Milwaukee says.

The company says the M18 PackOut Light/Charger is designed to be easily accessible when stacked on top of or within an existing PackOut Modular Storage System. The light/charger can be used both on and off the PackOut stack, making it the most portable and versatile task light available.

For increased durability, the PackOut Light/Charger is IP54 rated for dust and water resistance.

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