The AP 300 S battery continues to build on STIHL’s robust lithium-ion technology, improving in two key areas - power output and energy content. With an energy content rating increasing from 227 WH to 281 WH and power output being raised from 1.8 KW to 2.1 KW, the AP 300 S battery will appeal strongly to current and future users of STIHL’s Professional Series of lithium-ion battery tools. The improvements to the AP 300 S battery will also allow for a 25% increase in working time compared to the current AP 300 battery. The increase in performance is sure to impress any pro battery tool user. The charging level indicators, along with an ability to work easier in rainy conditions, will help make the AP 300 S a must have.
LED charge level indicator
There are four LEDS on the battery to indicate the charge level. Simply press the button to see how much energy is left.
STIHL batteries feature an intelligent battery management system - this advanced technology gives a constant level of power whether the battery is 100% charged or 20% charged.
Question: What tools can I use this battery in?
A: This battery will fit in any of the tools in the STIHL AP System, including the FSA 85 and FSA 90 R grass trimmers, HSA 66, BGA 86 leaf blower and the RMA 510 and RMA 510 V lawn mowers.
Question: How long does it take to charge?
A: Using the AL 101 charger, you can fully charge the AP 300 battery in 100 minutes, or you can charge it to 80% in 75 minutes. Using the AL 300 quick charger takes 45 minutes to reach 100% and 30 minutes to reach 80%.
#1 Looking after your battery
Don't use a damp or wet battery in your tools and avoid using them in extreme temperatures (very hot or very cold).
#2 Storing your battery
Take your battery out of the tool you have used it in and store it separately in a clean, dry place out of direct sunlight and ideally in some packaging, such as cardboard, to protect it, at a temperature between -10°C and 50°C. Don't forget to keep it out of reach of children.
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