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Minn Kota MK-460PC Precision On-Board Charger

Minn Kota MK-460PC Precision On-Board Charger

Description

The Minn Kota MK-460PC Precision On-Board Charger allows you to safely select each battery type you have connected.

Features

  • FCC Compliant
  • Designed TO UL 1236 Marine Standards
  • Short Circuit, Reverse Polarity, Arc And Ignition Protected
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Battery Selection by Bank
On each bank, you can select what battery type you have connected (AGM, gel or flooded lead acid) to guarantee a safe, protected charge.

Battery Equalization
Every time you plug in a Precision charger, it _equalizes,_ meaning it cleans and conditions your battery to extend run time and battery life. You can also activate a more rigorous, complete equalization at the push of a button. Note: Only in flooded lead-acid battery setting.

Low-Line Voltage Compensation
When outlets get overloaded or hooked up to long extension cords, they don_t put out the 120 volts they_re supposed to. That makes charge times go up _ unless you_ve got a Precision charger, which compensates to deliver a fast, consistent charge no matter what.

Comprehensive LED Dispaly
Know right where you_re at with the LED display on your Precision charger. It displays the selected battery type for each bank, connection status, state of charge and error codes.

Automatic Multi-Stage Charging
Every Minn Kota charger controls the voltage and current your battery gets throughout the three stages of the charging cycle for a safe, precise charge.

Automatic Temp. Compensation
Charging your batteries at higher or lower temperatures can damage your battery. Our on-board chargers sense outside temperature fluctuations and adjust the charge accordingly, providing a fast, accurate charge.

True-Rated Output
Every Minn Kota on-board charger delivers a full, true-rated output for a faster charge.

Digital Control
Our microprocessor-based design enables our chargers to continually monitor the temperature and state of charge. It means faster, more regulated, precise charge for your battery - and a longer day of worry-free fishing.

AC Plug Holder
Included with all of our on-board chargers, this convenient holder keeps the charger plug dry, safe and easily accessible.

Waterproof Construction
All of our on-board chargers are built tough, with waterproof, shock-resistant and vibration-resistant rugged construction. Plus, they_re saltwater-tested to fully combat corrosion.

Specifications
For use with 12-, 24-, 36- and 48-volt systems with 12V/6 cell batteries that are Flooded Lead Acid, Maintenance Free, Starved Electrolyte (AGM/HP AGM) or Gel only 


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