DCN692B
20V MAX* Cordless 30° Paper Collated Framing Nailer
DCN692B

20V MAX* Cordless 30° Paper Collated Framing Nailer

  • Dual-speed motor optimized to drive a wide range of fasteners for a variety of applications
  • Tool-free selector switch for sequential or bump fire modes
  • Tool-free depth adjustment for precise nail placement
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The 20V MAX* Cordless 30° Paper Collated Framing Nailer drives nails from 2 in. to 3-1/2 in. With long runtime and powerful versatility, this nailer is built to handle tough jobsite duty. This tool features our upgraded engine design for increased power and drive quality compared to previous DEWALT cordless nailers. Its compact shape, well-balanced design, and easy-to-operate features make it an efficient, highly productive tool in your team's hands.

Additional Features

  • Stall release lever to reset driver blade in the event of a jam
  • Adjustable rafter hook
  • Easy access to the nosepiece for removal of jammed nails
  • Dry fire lock out prevents tool from firing when nails are low
  • 33° magazine holds up to 55 paper collated nails
  • Capable of driving 3-1/2 in. fasteners into dense lumber

Applications

  • Residential Framing
  • Punch-out work
  • Setting Trusses
  • Fence Building
  • Deck Building
  • Sheathing

Includes

  • (1) DCN692 Framing Nailer
  • (1) No-Mar Tip
  • (1) Manual

Specifications

Blows per Minute (BPM)
0-4600
Uncertainty K3 (Vibration)
1.5
Uncertainty K4 (Vibration)
1.5
Uncertainty K1 (Vibration)
2
Quick Change Chuck
Yes
Uncertainty K2 (Vibration)
1.5
Dust Solution Compatible
Yes
Vibration Control
Yes

Support

3 Year Limited Warranty, 1 Year Free Service, 90 Days Satisfaction Guaranteed

We’re confident of the quality of our products, and we’ll repair, without charge, any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship within the specified warranty.

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Service

We take extensive measures to ensure all our products are made to the very highest standards and meet all relevant industry regulations.

Support Manual

* Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.