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Blue Sea 7649 Mini Add-A-Battery

Blue Sea 7649 Mini Add-A-Battery

Description

The Blue Sea 7649 Mini Add-A-Battery prevents getting stranded with a dead battery by isolating the start battery from the house loads that can quickly discharge a battery.

Features

  • Automatically Share A Single Source Of Charging Between Two Batteries With The Mini ACR Automatic Charging Relay
  • Compact, Simple Way To Control The Switching With The m-Series Dual Circuit PlusT Battery Switch
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$124.23
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$96.89
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7649 Mini Add-A-Battery

What does the Mini Add-A-Battery do?

Adding a second battery prevents getting stranded with a dead battery by isolating the start battery from the house loads that can quickly discharge a battery.

The Mini Add-A-Battery offers a compact, simple way to control the switching with the m-Series Dual Circuit PlusT Battery Switch and automatically share a single source of charging between two batteries with the Mini ACR Automatic Charging Relay.
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