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ProMariner Digital Mobile Battery Chargers

ProMariner Digital Mobile Battery Chargers

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The ProMariner Digital Mobile Battery Chargers protect your engine battery while charging and conditioning your house battery bank.

Features

  • On-the-water charging technology
  • Communication port for optional Helm Remote
  • Battery type selector is user programmable
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Digital Mobile Charge40 is a reakthrough in battery-to-battery, on-the-water charging technology. Simply connect to the engine crank battery and your house electronic battery, allowing for up to 40 Amps per hour to be transferred to your house battery bank. Protects your engine battery while charging and conditioning your house battery bank, using its all-digital C³ boost-mode-charging technology. Meets a boat's demand for on-the-water power and charging for 12 or 24 Volt DC systems, allowing for radar, lighting, live wells and other DC systems to operate while managing and charging batteries when running your engine.

  • Faster and safer charging eliminates the need for battery isolators, alternator modifications or advanced regulators
  • C³ Software-Controlled 4-Stage Charging with Boost-Mode Technology
  • C³ Intelligent Self-Calculating Absorption/Conditioning Mode
  • Zero loss, unlike typical battery isolators insuring faster and full charging
  • C³ Software Engine Battery Management
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