PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp Electric Impact Driver
PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp Electric Impact Driver (PCE201)
The PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp electric impact driver was designed for guys that are using an impact driver all day long and can’t deal with cordless impacts and the subsequent battery changes – guys like deck builders, steel roofing installers, manufacturing and other tradesmen who install fasteners all day long.
Small Package Big Punch:
The PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp electric impact driver weighs 3.25 pounds which allows the user to perform impact applications overhead with much less fatigue.
The PCE201 impact driver features a 4.3-amp motor with 3,500 “impact” beats per minute (BPM), delivers 1,450 inch-pounds of max torque and its metal gear housing helps dissipate heat build up.
A variable speed trigger and reversing unit, the PCE201 impact driver provides up to 2,900 revolutions per minute (RPM).
PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp Electric Impact Driver Features:
One feature that is interesting is the inclusion of an electric brake to control and help to prevent over-driving of fasteners. A ¼-inch hex quick-change chuck allows for quick accessory changes and external brushes allow for fast and easy servicing.
The PORTER CABLE ¼-inch Hex 4.3-Amp electric impact driver will be available in November 2012 at Lowe’s and and other distributors, for approximately $89.97.
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Seems like this would be the cheapest way to get a capable impact short of getting a bare tool to go with an existing battery system.