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Blue Sea 12V Battery Chargers

Blue Sea 12V Battery Chargers

Description

The Blue Sea 12V Battery Charger features a rugged finned aluminum case that dissipates heat to help keep the battery charger electronics cool.

Features

  • Output For Three 12 Volt Battery Banks
  • AC Over And Under Voltage Shut Down And Automatic Restart
  • Large Bright Full Graphic Control Screen With User Interface
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$549.97
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Reliability

  • Universal line voltage 90-265V AC, 45-65 Hz for use anywhere, and is compatible with low voltage power sources

Ease of use

  • Plain-language text in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish
  • Charge Coordination integrates with Blue Sea Systems Automatic Charging Relays to separate the battery banks while the P12 is operational


Support

  • Intuitive diagnostic screens provide a broad range of easily understood fault communications and operating history
  • Industry leading technical support team of engineers
  • 5 year warranty



Features:
Electrical Performance

  • Universal line voltage 90-265V AC, 45-65 Hz for use anywhere, and is compatible with low voltage power sources
  • AC input range will continue to produce reduced DC output to as low as 75V AC
  • Power factor corrected for efficient charging


Advanced Multi-Stage Charging

  • Charge profiles for Flooded, Gel, Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL), and Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM)
  • A user configurable charge profile is available for other battery types
  • PreFloat stage prevents over charging by individually moving each battery out of the Absorption charging stage, so batteries near full charge do not receive the high constant voltages necessary for other batteries still in the Absorption stage
  • Charge Coordination integrates with up to two Blue Sea Systems Automatic Charging Relays (ACR) to separate the battery banks while the P12 is operational


Built In Safety Features

  • Ignition protected (test results pending)
  • Over and under temperature protection for batteries
  • Overheat protection
  • DC over voltage protection
  • DC reverse polarity protection
  • Surge and short circuit protection
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