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Marinco On-Board Battery Chargers

Marinco On-Board Battery Chargers

Description

The Marinco On-Board Battery Charger features Sense-Send technology that senses the power needs for each battery and sends correct charge.

Features

  • Charge Flooded, AGM, Or Gel Batteris
  • Microprocessor Controlled For Accurate Charging
  • Universal Input 120/230V Input For Go-Anywhere Freedom
List Price
$122.99
Your Price
$78.82
In Stock

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Details



These onboard chargers have the same housing and mounting dimensions as our traditional Charge Pro Guest chargers with a number of performance enhancements.

  • Intuitive operation
  • Isolated outputs
  • Outputs can be put in series or parallel for higher voltage or current
  • Completely sealed, epoxy filled
  • IP68 waterproof
  • Designed for harsh marine and industrial environments - moisture, salt, shock and vibration tested
  • Non corroding housing for ultimate reliability
  • Meet global industry standards including UL*, CE, CSA, ABYC, California efficiency regulations (CEC)
  • Footprint same as former Charge Pro Guest Chargers
  • ConnectCharge Plug for easy assembly to inlet (Item #150CCI) with no wiring



* UL certification pending

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Marinco On-Board Battery Chargers 28106 On-Board Battery Charger, 12V, 1 Bank, 6A
$78.82
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