Charles 2000 SP Series C-Chargers

Charles 2000 SP Series C-Chargers


The Charles 2000 SP Series C-Charger is constructed of tough, anodized housing that stands up to the elements, including extreme heat, humidity, and salt air.


  • Restores Up To Three Individual Battery Banks Simultaneously
  • Extends Life Of The Battery By Preventing Overcharging And Damage
  • Circuit Boards With UL-Recommended Coatings Provide The Ultimate In Environmental Protection And Hydrolyte Stability
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2000 SP Series Marine Electronic Battery Chargers are an excellent choice for value-priced, high performance DC charging. This Series units include a battery type selector switch allowing you to charge Lead Acid, GEL or AGM batteries. 3-stage charging delivers the greatest charge when the battery is most able to accept it, preventing overcharging and extending battery life. Units restore up to 3 banks simultaneously.

Other features include the ability to act as a power supply, ignition and reverse-polarity protected, easy-to-read DC ammeter, corrosion-resistant components and housing, and a heavy-duty heat sink design. Exterior slots allow for easy mounting. 2-year limited manufacturer's warranty. Made in the USA

Runs cool and quiet at full capacity

  • Effective heat sink eliminates the need for cooling fans on lower wattage units
  • Reduced RFI or EMI interference - meets FCC/Class A requirements

Easy to install and service

  • Battery selector switch allows charger to be used with lead acid, gel, or AGM batteries
  • Exterior slots for easy mounting
  • Easy access to terminal connections and fuses
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    Charles 2000 SP Series C-Chargers 93-12102SP-A 2000 SP Series C-Charger, 10Amps
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