which is the positave terminal on a dewalt 18 volt battery?

dewalt battery terminals are not marked, I need to know which is which

theRIAA4 years ago
get a mason jar and fill it with salt water. get two stripped wires and put one end of each in the water, touch the other two ends to the terminals of the battery. The wire with more bubbles coming off is the negative side.
NachoMahma4 years ago
. I've only seen one DeWalt battery and it wasn't 18V, but on that one, the negative was on the left side (holding the drill with the chuck pointed away from you). . A voltmeter, as per Sparkington, is your best bet.
Sparkington4 years ago
Um easy way that I know grab a digital multimeter connect one prob to one side off the battery and the other prob to the other side. If you get a -18 volts you have that means your have figure that red lead off the multimeter is negative and the black lead off your multimeter is positive. This is an easy way to tell. hope this helps.

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