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Minn Kota MK-105PD Portable Digital Charger - 1 Bank & 5 Amp

Minn Kota MK-105PD Portable Digital Charger - 1 Bank & 5 Amp
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MK-105PD Portable Digital Charger - 1 Bank & 5 Amp

Power Trips

You can take it with you. Our easy-to-use digital portable chargers feature Automatic Multi-Stage Charging to keep you on the water longer and are designed to extend the overall life of your batteries.

Digitally Controlled - Digital ± Control

Microprocessor design protects your batteries so you can stay on the water longer. It monitors temperature and state of charge to create a faster, regulated, more precise charge. Also includes automatic shut-off when charging is complete to extend battery life.

Automatic Temperature Compensation

Charging your batteries at higher or lower temperatures can damage your battery over time. So our chargers are designed to sense outside temperature fluctuations and adjust accordingly,
delivering a fast, accurate charge.

Multi-Stage Charging

Minn Kota’s Multi-Stage Charging delivers a fast, precise charge profile by automatically controlling current and voltage without overcharging your batteries.

Specifications:

  • 1 Charging Bank
  • 5 Amps Total Output
  • Short circuit and reverse polarity
  • For use with 12 volt system with 12V/6 cell lead-acid batteries including Flooded/Wet Cell, Maintenance Free and AGM/Starved Electrolyte
  • 20-125 Amp hour rating
  • FCC Compliant
  • UL Listed
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