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Blue Sea 7655 Mini Add-A-Battery Plus Kit - 10A

Blue Sea 7655 Mini Add-A-Battery Plus Kit - 10A
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Mini Add-A-Battery Plus Kit - 10A

A complete small boat battery management system. Charge two batteries at or away from the dock.
  • For alternators up to 65A
  • Includes a Dual Circuit Plus™ Battery Switch 6011 a 3 Stage, 10 Amp charger with an integrated 65A Automatic Charging Relay, and a LED charger remote mSeries Dual Circuit Plus™ Battery Switch
  • Switches two battery banks simultaneously while maintaining battery bank isolation
  • Can combine two battery banks in the event of a low start battery
  • IP66 - protected against powerful water jets
    BatteryLink® Charger
  • Integrated ACR provides DC charging from engine alternator
  • AC plug-in while at the dock
  • Battery temperature compensation prolongs battery life
  • Includes a remote LED indicator
  • Start isolation protects sensitive electronics from voltage sags and spikes
  • IP67 - protected against immersion up to 1M for 30 minutes
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