DeWalt DCE511B 11 In. Hybrid Corded / 20V MAX Cordless Jobsite Fan

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  • Corded or cordless operation (extension cord sold separately)
  • Testing to IP54
  • Multiple hanging options - freestanding, hang hooks, tripod mount (sold separately), and wall mount
  • Wide-range, variable speed control

This fan offers the options you need on the jobsite. Add it to your 20V MAX system of tools, or run it by a cord. Stand it up, hang it, or mount it where you need, so it’s not in the way. Plus, it offers variable speed control so you can set the power you want. IP 54 rating to protect your fan against harsh jobsite conditions. Can be operated on AC power with an extension cord attached (cord not included). Up to 7 hours of operation on a 4ah 20V MAX battery. 500 CFM on the highest setting. Articulating head to position as needed for your environment. Can be mounted on a stand or tripod.


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More Information
Power Source Cordless
Battery Voltage 20 V
Product Type Fan
Airflow 500
Blade Diameter 7"
IP Rating IP54
Number of Blades 3
Run Time Up to 7 Hours at Maximum Speed
with 4.0 Ah DEWALT 20V MAX Battery
Tool Depth 8"
Tool Height 17"
Tool Length 12"
Tool Weight 6.7 lbs.
UL Listed Yes
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Customer Questions
Can you use 18 Volt batteries with this fan? Expected run time if you can ?

No, it's not compatible with the 18V XRP batteries.

Does battery come with it?

No, batteries and charger are not included.


We sold out of inventory today but have more coming from DeWALT in the coming days. If you order now, we will not bill your credit card until it ships.

If it's plugged into AC power, will it charge a battery as well as run the fan?

No, it does not operate as a battery charger. In fact, you have to plug the AC cord in behind where the battery slides in. So, it's not even possible to have a battery inserted at the same time as the extension cord.

Will the flexvolt 60v batteries work on this?

Yes, it is compatible with FlexVOLT batteries.

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