Milwaukee MX FUEL CARRY ON 3600W / 1800W Power Supply MXF002-2XC

The Milwaukee MX Fuel tools are nothing new as they’ve been showcased since back in late 2019 and this includes their MX FUEL CARRY ON 3600W / 1800W Power Supply MXF002-2XC however it us just recently that some of these tools have been released. Milwaukee is getting ready to launch their MXF002-2XC MX FUEL CARRY ON 3600W / 1800W Power Supply and they state that it will launch as early as February 2021 if all goes well. This bad boy is just as its name suggests, it’s a portable power supply that can power your corded power tools on any job even if there is no power as the power supply provides the power for you using the MX Fuel batteries. Check out the press release below for all the deets!

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MILWAUKEE, WI – Milwaukee Tool powers more on demand with efficient, quiet, and portable power anywhere with the MX FUEL™ CARRY-ON™ 3600W/1800W Power Supply. Part of the new MX FUEL™ Equipment System*, the power supply provides the best temporary power for the job. Supplying 3600 peak watts/1800 running watts of pure sine wave energy, the power supply powers everything from high demand 15A tools to sensitive electronics.

“Historically, generators have been a frustrating jobsite nuisance. Not only do they have to be operated outdoors due to excessive noise, but users must also worry about dangerous emissions, hazardous extension cords, gas prices, and engine repairs. Additionally, users who are reliant on shared power sources such as spider boxes are often met with the frustrations of tripped breakers, extension cords, and voltage drops” said Andrew Lentz, Director of Product Marketing for Milwaukee Tool. “The MX FUEL™ CARRY-ON™  Power Supply is not only safer than gas-powered generators, but it can also be used indoors, eliminates the need for gasoline and extension cords, and doesn’t require engine maintenance, thus reducing downtime and allowing users to get jobs done faster!”

The compact size, zero emissions, and quiet operation of the power supply allow users to safely operate the unit in confined, indoor spaces and a roll cage provides durability for outdoor jobsite use. With a push button start, users can start it in seconds, getting up and running faster than ever before by eliminating the repetitive motions of pull starts.

The MX FUEL™ Power Supply delivers enough power to run one 15 Amp tool and one lower wattage device simultaneously and can be powered by a single battery or two batteries for double the run-time.

As an added benefit, ONE-KEY™,** provides the ability to track the power supply with community tracking and alerts, complete inventory management, and industry leading smart-equipment technology to secure the user’s investment.

Milwaukee Tool will remain unwavering in their commitment to delivering disruptive innovation by working alongside trade professionals to identify challenges and provide solutions that are unparalleled in enhancing jobsite safety and productivity. The future of the jobsite is cordless.

*The MX FUEL™ Equipment System: This groundbreaking cordless system revolutionizes the light equipment market by delivering the performance, run-time, and durability demanded by the trades without the hazards associated with emissions, noise, vibration, and the frustrations of gas maintenance. Each of the solutions on the MX FUEL™ System go beyond the limitations of gasoline and power-cord units and operate off one completely compatible system all on the same battery. This is Equipment Redefined.

**ONE-KEY™ is the first digital platform for tools and equipment. By integrating industry-leading tool electronics with a custom-built cloud-based program, ONE-KEY™ provides a new level of control and access to information that revolutionizes the way work gets done. The ability to customize, track, and manage through ONE-KEY™ fundamentally changes the way users interact with their tools.

Specifications

  • Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
  • Battery System: MX FUEL™
  • Running Wattage: 1800W
  • Starting Wattage: 3600W
  • Outlets: 120V 15A Duplex
  • Weight: 49.7 lbs
  • Length: 15”
  • Width: 12”
  • Height: 20.8”
  • Equipment Warranty: 2 years
  • Battery Warranty: 2 years
  • Push Button Start: Yes
  • ONE-KEY Compatible: Yes
  • Ground Fault Isolated: Yes
  • Kit Includes: (1) MX FUEL™ CARRY-ON™ Power Supply (MXF002-2XC); (2) MX FUEL™ REDLITHIUM™ XC406 BATTERY PACKS (MXFXC406); (1) Detachable Charger Cord


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Joshua

Seems overpriced, with sales and things you can have a dewalt setup with same total watt hours with 4 12ah batteries put on their power thing
And you can find the power supply for like 400, and 12ah batteries for less then 200 each
For a total of roughly 1200$ or about 1000$ cheaper

Chad

I didn’t notice a price on here, but there is a big difference between this and the Dwalt system and that is pure sine wave versus modified sine wave. If just using construction equipment modified sine wave should be fine, but as tools get higher tech and if you decide you want to plug in your laptop or whatever other more sensitive device, you really want to be using pure sine wave.

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