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Product DescriptionProSport Generation 3 Onboard Marine Battery Chargers incorporate all-digital microprocessor control. Like no other, the new ProSport Series provides automatic installation feedback with its exclusive "System Check OK" and individual "Battery Bank Trouble" LED indicators and also has the most advanced energy saving mode. During short or long-term storage, ProSport automatically reconditions all batteries once a month for maximum battery life and performance. Digital LED and battery type selector indicates charging and conditioning modes. Compact and rugged extruded aluminum design with built in over-voltage, overload, over-temperature, reverse polarity, and ignition protection. Pre-wired for easy installation. Two-year warranty.
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Q:I have an older ProSport 12 which I leave connected to 110vdc and my two Optimus batteries. Yesterday, I found the charger quite hot to the touch.
The batteries were appropriately cool and fully charged -- 13 volts after shutting off the charger and removing the surface charge by running the bilge pump for a few minutes.
Any idea what's going on? I assume the charger should not get hot, no?
Jack HarkinsAsked on 7/25/2015 by Jack from Lake Michigan
The ProSport Charger can reach the temperature of a 100 Watt light bulb when charging. It is designed to charge the batteries per the Battery Manufacturers recommendation of 14.6 volts. The charger will get warm during this process but it will cool down when it gets to the float stage indicated by the green indicator and the charge rate will fall to 13.4 volts. The charger should switch to the float mode within 12 hours maximum. If this is not happening, please contact the ProMariner customer service department at (800) 824-0524 and they will be happy to assist you.
SteveAnswered on 7/27/2015 by Anonymous