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ProMariner Pro Tournament Elite Charger

Item# 252-52038-AF | Model# 52038 | Added on January 15, 2017 |
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ProMariner Pro Tournament Elite Charger
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Loaded with industry-exclusive technology, ProMariners Pro Tournament Elite Charger delivers ultrafast charge times and maximum performance for serious anglers. Dual-mode battery-status monitor so you can view charge levels and push-to-test remaining battery power. Integrated LED dashboard displays system-check indication and individual bank faults, helping identify miswirings and shorted batteries. Five-stage charging modes include analyzing, advanced fill-rate charging, conditioning, auto maintain and once-a-month storage recondition mode proven to extend the life of your batteries. Distributed On Demand Technology charges batteries to 100% by distributing full charging output to a single bank or combination of all banks. Get on the water first and stay out longer with three selectable performance-matched charge profiles. Select from standard flooded/AGM, HP AGM 1 and HP AGM 2 profiles for the most efficient charging of your batteries. Waterproof connector port allows you to attach an optional LED Charge Status remote. Manufacturers three-year warranty. Available: 240 Triple Deliver a fully distributed 24 amps to three batteries. 12/24/36 DC systems. 13.2L x 7.2W x 2.8H. Wt: 8 lbs. 360 Triple Deliver a fully distributed 36 amps to three batteries. 12/24/36 DC systems. 13.5L x 9.4W x 4H. Wt: 13.5 lbs. 360 Quad Forced induction cooling for cooler operation and increased charge times. Deliver a fully distributed 36 amps to four batteries. 12/24/36/48 DC systems. 13.5L x 9.4W x ... read more
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