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Blue Sea 7531 P12 Battery Charger - 12V DC 25A

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P12 Battery Charger - 12V DC 25A

Four stage, three output, dry mount design, for use in harsh environments.

Features:

  • Rugged, finned aluminum case
  • PreFloat™ stage prevents over charging
  • Power factor corrected for efficient use of AC
  • Intuitive diagnostic screens
  • User defined charge profiles and customizable settings
  • Provides charging for up to three battery banks
  • Large, bright display
  • Multi-language: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Charge Coordination with Blue Sea Systems Automatic Charging Relays (ACR) controls ACR state ensuring proper float stage for each battery
  • Battery Temperature Compensation - adjusts charge voltage based on battery temperature
  • AC over and under voltage shut down and automatic restart
  • Over and under battery temperature protection - charger will not operate if battery temperature rises above or falls below a set value
  • DC over voltage and reverse polarity protection
  • Surge and short circuit protection

Specifications:

  • Total Output Current: 25A
  • Input AC Current: 4.5A @ 100V AC / 2.25A @ 200V AC
  • Maximum Output Voltage: 16V DC
  • Nominal Voltage: 12V DC
  • Ignition Protected: Yes
  • Number of Outputs: 1 negative / 3 positive
  • Universal AC Input Voltage: 90-265V AC
  • AC Input Frequency: 45-65Hz
  • Output Voltage Accuracy: 0.05V
  • Typical Float Voltage: 13.5V DC
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -20° C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 70° C
  • Minimum Storage Temperature: -30° C
  • Maximum Storage Temperature: 80° C
  • Battery Types: AGM / Flooded Lead Acid / Gel / TPPL (Thin Plate Pure Lead)
  • Recommended for Battery Bank Sizes: 330Ah Maximum / 60Ah Minimum
  • Warranty: 5 Year
  • Height: 13.03" (330.96 mm)
  • Width: 8.46" (214.88 mm)
  • Depth: 3.66" (92.96 mm)
  • Weight: 13.00lb (5.9 kg)
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