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ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers

ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers

Description

The ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers monitor and maintain batteries.

Features

  • 100% waterproof and shockproof
  • Fully charge and extend the life of your batteries
  • Automatically reconditions all batteries on board
List Price
$135.99
Your Price
$90.10
In Stock

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Details

ProSport Generation 3 On-Board Marine Battery Chargers have been taken to the next level of design and performance. Utilizing state of the art all digital microprocessor controlled charging technology, ProSport delivers fast charge times, in a 100% waterproof and shockproof design that is now up to 40% lighter than the previous generation of epoxy filled chargers. ProMar Digital Performance Charging is the latest in digital pulse charging technology, providing cooler operation and fully automatic charging, conditioning and maintaining modes for all batteries connected. ProSport incorporates Distributed-On-Demand™ Charging technology which takes 100% of the available charging amps and distributes them to any one battery or combination of all batteries as needed for faster charging.

ProMar Digital Technology
Microprocessor and software controlled pulse charging technology delivering a 40% lighter design than the previous generation of epoxy filled chargers, cooler charger operation and faster charging.

System OK & Battery Bank Trouble Status Indicators
Advanced technology eliminates time consuming troubleshooting by clearly indicating system and battery connections are OK or if a fault is present on a specific battery bank.

Digital Multi-Stage Performance Charging
Fully charge and extend the life of your batteries. Automatically charges, conditions and safely maintains all batteries on board for maximum time on the water.

Storage Recondition Mode
During short or long-term storage, ProSport automatically reconditions all batteries on board once a month for maximum battery life and performance.

Distributed-On-Demand™ Technology
Automatically charges and maintains your engine crank battery while distributing all remaining charging amps to trolling motor or house batterie(s).

Digital LED Display and Battery Type Selector
LED indicators for charging, conditioning and maintain modes in addition to AC power and selected battery type (2 charge profiles to choose from with a 3rd high performance. AGM HP profile on the ProSport20 Dual only.).

Built-in Quality & Safety
Compact and rugged extruded aluminum design, dual in-line DC safety fuses for trolling motor and house battery banks. Built-in over-voltage, overload, over-temperature, reverse polarity and ignition protection.

Expanded Features Include:

  • Storage Recondition Mode
  • System OK and Battery Bank Trouble Status
  • Digital LED Display
  • Digital Battery Type Selector (HP AGM cap available on ProSport 20 Dual only.)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers 43006 ProSport heavy duty recreational series on-board marine battery charger, 1 bank, 6 amps
$90.10
In Stock
ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers 43008 ProSport heavy duty recreational series on-board marine battery charger, 2 bank, 8 amps
$107.98
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ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers 43012 ProSport heavy duty recreational series on-board marine battery charger, 2 bank, 12 amps
$128.51
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ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers 43020 ProSport heavy duty recreational series on-board marine battery charger, 2 bank, 20 amps
$159.63
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ProMariner ProSport Heavy Duty Marine Battery Chargers 43021 ProSport heavy duty recreational series on-board marine battery charger, 3 bank, 20 amps
$168.95
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