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Blue Sea 7605 BatteryLink Charger - 10Amp - 2-Bank

Blue Sea 7605 BatteryLink Charger - 10Amp - 2-Bank
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BatteryLink® Charger - 10Amp - 2-Bank

Charge two batteries at or away from the dock with a 10A multistage battery charger and integrated 65A Automatic Charging Relay (ACR)
  • AC charging at the dock: Use AC shore power to charge two isolated battery banks with the 3 Stage 10 Amp battery charger
  • DC charging away from the dock: Share the DC power from the alternator with both the Start and the Auxiliary battery through the integrated 65A ACR
  • Battery Temperature Compensation prolongs battery life
  • Start isolation protects sensitive electronics from voltage sags and spikes
  • Includes LED remote indicator for charge status at the helm
  • Snap-on insulating cover
  • One-piece stainless flange nuts ensure safe and secure connections


Specifications
  • Total Output Current:10A

  • Nominal Voltage: 12V DC
  • Number of Outputs: 1 negative / 2 positive
  • Terminal Stud Torque: 60 in-lb (6.78 Nm)
  • Continuous Rating:65A
  • Intermittent Rating:115A
  • Universal AC Input Voltage: 90-265V AC
  • AC Input Frequency: 50/60Hz
  • Typical Float Voltage:13.5V DC
  • Battery Types: AGM / Flooded / TPPL - Do not mix battery types
  • Cable Size to Meet Ratings:10 AWG Negative Cable / 6 AWG Positive Cable
  • Maximum Battery CCA: 850CCA
  • Maximum Cable Size: 1/0 AWG (50mm)
  • Operating Current: 10mA (No AC Power, ACR Open) / 60mA (No AC Power, ACR Closed)
  • Recommended Battery Bank Sizes:60Ah Minimum
  • Terminal Stud Size:1/4"-20 (accepts M6 ring terminal)
  • Warranty: 5 Year
  • Combine 30 sec: 13.5V
  • Combine 2 Min: 13.0V
  • Open 10 sec: 12.35V
  • Open 30 sec: 12.75V
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Blue Sea 7605 BatteryLink Charger - 10Amp - 2-Bank 7605 BLUE SEA 7605 BATTERYLINK 12V CHARGER 10A 2 BANK
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