1822301

Minn Kota MK-230PC Precision Digital Charger

Minn Kota MK-230PC Precision Digital Charger

Description

The Minn Kota MK-230PC Precision Digital Charger features the fastest charge/recovery time of any charger.

Features

  • Extends Battery Life
  • Restores Older Batteries
  • Increases Battery Capacity
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$349.99
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$284.36
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  • High Frequency Digital Design
  • Only 15 Amp true-rated output charger
    -Highest output marine charger = fastest charge/recovery time of ANY charger
  • Automatic Equalization Technology
    -Cleans and conditions batteries with each charge cycle
  • Deep Equalization Mode
    -User selectable deep cleansing equalization

    • Extends battery life
    • Restores older batteries
    • Increases battery capacity
  • Low-line Voltage Compensation (down to 90 Volts)
  • ½ the weight of traditional chargers
  • All Digital on-board chargers feature:
    -Automatic Temperature Compensation
    -Maintenance mode time-out
    -Arc protected


  • Intelligent Design
    User selectable battery type by bank

    -Gel
    -Flooded
    -AGM/HP AGM
    -Full Equalize



    LED Display of:

    -% charged by bank
    -connection/charge
    -status/power
    -status/battery type
    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Minn Kota MK-230PC Precision Digital Charger 1822301 MK-230PC Precision Digital Charger, 2 Bank x 15 Amps
    $284.36
    In Stock
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