DeWalt announces the introduction of its new 8V MAX Gyroscopic Screwdriver, Model DCF680, which includes gyroscopic technology often found in electronic devices, says DeWalt. The new 8V MAX screwdriver is operated by gyroscopic sensors inside of the tool that sense the user’s wrist motions—right to tighten screws, left to loosen or remove screws. The DCF680 is a compact, portable screwdriver with precise speed control, for applications such as electrical, woodworking, HVAC, maintenance and repair, and hardware installation, adds DeWalt. Features include variable speed control and an adjustable two-position handle, which allows for operation in either in-line or pistol grip. An LED ring light allows illumination in confined areas, the Battery State of Charge displayed on top of the tool that notifies the user when to charge the battery, and the one-handed loading 1/4" hex chuck that accepts 1" bit tips. DeWalt says the maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 8 volts. Nominal voltage is 7.2. The DCF680 will be available in August.
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