Item overview

The Makita DHP484 is a cordless hammer driver drill powered by an 18v Li-Ion battery and created dependent on the flow model, the DHP480. The DHP484 highlights an all-metal gear development, with aluminum gear housing for additional protection. Upgrades additionally incorporate an expanded effect rate making the DHP484 that tad more grounded. It’s additionally smaller than the DHP480 at just 182mm compared to 199mm.

Package Include with,

1 x Makita DHP484Z

2 x 5.0 Ah Li-Ion batteries

1 x DC18RC charger

1 x Makpac case

Technical Details

Part NumberDHP484RTJ
Product Dimensions18.2 x 7.9 x 26.1 cm; 5.2 Kilograms
Batteries2 Lithium-ion batteries required. (included)
Item model numberDHP484RTJ
Power SourceBattery Powered
Voltage18 Volts
Wattage450 watts
Torque54 Newton Meters
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Measurement SystemMetric
Included Components2 x 5.0 Ah Li-ion Batteries, 1 x Makita DHP484RTJ, 1 x Fast charger, 1 x Makpac case
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeLithium-Ion
Battery DescriptionLithium-Ion
Item Weight5.2 kg


The DHP484RTJ is a cordless brushless Combi Drill, with variable 2 speed, powered by an 18V Li-ion battery to deliver up to 2,000 rpm, 30,000 bpm, and 54 Nm of most extreme attaching torque for a wide scope of drilling, affixing, and hammering applications. The brushless motor eliminates carbon brushes, enabling the motor to run cooler and all the more proficiently for a more drawn out life and utilizations energy to coordinate torque and rpm to the changing demands of the application.

The Combi Drill has an aluminum gear housing and an all-metal gear construction, with mechanical 2-speed gearing. Rapid mode for fast drilling in light obligation applications and low-speed mode for uncompromising applications requiring high torque. 21 clutch settings in addition to drill mode for added attaching control, keyless toss for speedy and simple bit installation and evacuation with one hand, and Drove work light for enlightening the work area.

BL1850B 18V Li-ion 5.0 Ah Battery

The BL1850B, 5.0 Ah Li-ion battery, with Drove battery fuel measure pointer, works with current Li-ion chargers and has a brief charge time. It is lightweight, gauging close to a 3.0 Ah Li-ion battery, has a more extended run time and battery life. Whenever charge, no memory impact and no releasing required.

Lightweight and shock-absorbing. The Li-ion range delivers 430 percent additionally working limit during its lifetime compared to Ni-Cad and is 40 percent lighter than Ni-Mh. The Li-ion has insignificant depletion of power during use or away over its lifetime.

DC18RC 14.4V to 18V Conservative Charger

The DC18RC is a minimal charger for 14.4V to 18V Li-ion batteries. You can expect a 2.0 Ah Li-ion battery to charge in 24 minutes, 3.0 Ah in 22 minutes, 4.0 Ah in 36 minutes, and 5.0 Ah in 45 minutes.

Highlights evolving melody, the melody plays on completion of charge, and a cooling framework. The charger is equipped with a cooling fan for a heated battery to empower the battery to give its exhibition.


Compact and lightweight,

overall length 182mm

Electronic brake for increased operator safety

Forward/reverse rotation


Multi-contact terminals diminish electrical opposition and increment connection stability withstanding against vibration and at last guarantees stable flow supply to the drill.


What is the LXT in Makita?

LXT® is the one-battery solution for temporary workers that require a cordless apparatus framework that encourages them to be more gainful and take care of issues, many positions.

Are all Makita Chargers the same?

What that implies is that the apparatuses are equivalent. The “D” indicates it’s unquestionably viable with the new higher-limit batteries. And going ahead, all new Makita 18v cordless instruments will be begun with a “D”.

What does the star mean on Makita batteries?

For improved tool performance and extended battery life, Makita created STAR Protection Computer Controls™. STAR Protection is communication technology that allows the tool and battery to exchange data in real-time and monitor conditions during use to protect against overloading, over-discharging, and overheating.

Why do Makita batteries fail?

It appears there are two primary disappointment causes, number one over warming and the second is the initial two cells bomb because of them being utilized to power the battery the board chip and gradually releasing over an all-inclusive symbol period. This makes the battery uneven.

Are all Makita LXT Tools brushless?

Makita likewise made brushless motor innovation for power apparatuses to deliver longer run time, sped up, and longer device life. … It’s all-important for Makita’s expanding 18V LXT framework. With more than 150 solutions, LXT is the world’s biggest cordless device framework powered by 18-volt lithium-ion slide-style batteries.

Do Bosch batteries fit Makita?

You can anyway energize the batteries on any Bosch 18V Li-ion charger. So you get the efficient advantages of remote and the compatibility of interfacing them directly to a standard charger. Makita’s compatibility checker chips away at the rule that if it has a star or a yellow connector, at that point you’re all set.

Why is Makita so expensive?

The organization has put a great deal into creating the best instruments with the goal that you can make the most of their exhibition. As much as their devices may be slightly more costly than contenders, their presentation causes you to disregard paying significantly more for them. You will currently wind up with excellent apparatuses each time you get one from Makita

What is the country origin of Makita?

Makita Corporation (TYO: 6586) is a Japanese manufacturer of power tools. Founded on March 21, 1915, it is based in Anjō, Japan, and operates factories in Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico, Romania, the United Kingdom, Germany, Dubai, Thailand, and the United States.

Since 1985 Makita has delivered items here in the U.S.A. at a facility only outside of Atlanta in Buford, Georgia.

Are there fake Makita tools?

Fakes are produced with no inscriptions. There are unique models of Makita hammers 2450, 2470, in which the name is applied to a green selfglue rotor housing, however it is covered up under the name, made by extrusion.

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