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Product DescriptionIdeal for the recreational boater looking for fast charge times and superior durability, these waterproof chargers use the latest charging and maintenance technology. Distributed-On-Demand Multi-Stage charging insures all charging amps are used by automatically distributing 100% of the available charging amps to any one battery bank or combination of all banks. These new Gen 2 ProSport Chargers have a 3-charge profile digital battery type selector for use with flooded (lead acid), GEL, and high-performance AGM batteries. Chargers also feature an expanded LED status center, dynamic thermal output control, and built-in reverse polarity and ignition protection. Provide fast charge times from 8 to 10 hours. Pre-wired with 5' cables. Two-year warranty.
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Q:I am replacing a ProMariner Flyback 15-3, 15 amp battery charger on my 23 foot boat with 2 batteries Which model of the ProSport series would be a better choice...the 12amp or 20 amp?Asked on 6/18/2012 by Anonymous
Q:My current charger is directly wired to my shorepower breaker panel. Could I get this one to work with the AC plug?Asked on 5/31/2011 by Anonymous
Q:will this work on my boar got a 20 ft pontoon 87 model with a79 70 hp johnsonAsked on 2/18/2011 by bartman from north east texas
A:Yes they are not engine specific, so they will work on any 12 volt marine batteryAnswered on 2/22/2011 by Justin from Overton's
A:It works on my 23 foot sea ray batteries. so it should work fine on your batteries.Answered on 6/10/2011 by puck from Cincinnati
Q:can you leave this charger connected to the batteries for long periods of time?Asked on 8/24/2010 by captain ron
Q:I already have a 1,000 watt inverter on board. Can I charge an additional battery (3rd) using the inverter as the 110 volt source, with the engine running, without decreasing the charging rate to the primary battery being used to operate the boat? Ken FBAsked on 7/12/2010 by Ken from Flowery Branch Ga
Q:My 17' boat has three batteries. Can I charge all three at one time? JIMAsked on 4/15/2010 by Jim from Marietta, Ga.
A:It looks like this charger is only a 2 bank model and wouldnt charge three batteries.Answered on 5/3/2010 by jksww from Palm Coast, Fl
Q:ONCE CHARGED DOES THIS ACTUALLY HOLD THE CHARGE SO THAT YOU CAN CHARGE YOU MARINE BATTERY FOR TROLLING MOTOR LATER OUTDOORS WITH NO OTHER POWER OR DOES IT HAVE TO BE PLUGGED IN AT THE SAME TIME?Asked on 2/17/2010 by Anonymous
Q:how is the onboard battery charger charged?Asked on 5/16/2009 by Wolf from austin,tx
A:It is pluged in to 110 volt power cord.Answered on 11/26/2009 by Squid from Olrando
A:The onboard battery charger does not retain energy in the way a battery does. It converts and regulates 110vac to the battery voltage, 12volts.Answered on 2/21/2010 by Hcaptainkirk from Mobile, AL