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ProMariner ProSport 1.5 Amp Maintainers

ProMariner ProSport 1.5 Amp Maintainers

Description

The ProMariner ProSport 1.5 Amp Maintainer is designed to maintain 12 volt batteries up to 250 amp hours.

Features

  • LED status indicator
  • Precision regulated 13.4 VDC float mode
  • Will not drain battery if AC is removed
List Price
$39.99
Your Price
$26.81
In Stock

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Details

  • Can be left on for extended periods without overcharging or damaging batteries
  • User adjustable for gel's
  • Reverse polarity protected
  • Certified to U.L. 1236 Marine
  • Notable Specifications:
    • Amps: 1.5
    • Banks: 1
    • Volts: 12
    • Cable Size: 4 feet
    Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    ProMariner ProSport 1.5 Amp Maintainers 10115 ProSport 1.5 amp portable mainatiner
    $26.81
    In Stock
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