The Minn Kota MK-460PC Precision On-Board Charger allows you to safely select each battery type you have connected.
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.
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.
Every Minn Kota on-board charger delivers a full, true-rated output for a faster charge.
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.
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.
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
3-Year Replacement Warranty
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