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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Intelligent Technology Series Onboard Marine Battery Charger - XPS iT 5

   

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1Bank 5 Amps

  • 12 Volt/5 Amps/1 Bank
  • XPS generation 4 intelligent technology
  • 50% lighter design
  • Go Fish! indicator
  • Digitally controlled multi-stage charging
  • Intelligent battery bank monitoring and indication
  • Transfer-On-Demand® technology
  • Digital display and battery type selector
  • Dynamic thermal output control
  • Easy and safe operation

The ultralight Bass Pro Shops XPS Intelligent Technology Series Onboard Marine Battery Charger does everything but catch the fish! 4th generation XPS iT Series features Digital Intelligent Technology for extreme performance and ease of use. 5' AC and DC cable lengths. Manufacturer's two-year warranty.

XPS Generation 4 Intelligent Technology
Digital Pulse charging technology with precision software control for multi-stage charging. Real time ''Check battery bank'' LED service indicators identify errors in installation wiring or failing batteries.

50% Lighter Design
These chargers are the lightest in the industry! Super-lightweight composite design is 50% lighter than all previous iterations!

Go Fish! Indicator
Bass Pro’s Go Fish! indicator lights up when it's time to go fish with fully charged batteries. Plug and Play; iT will do the rest.

Digitally Controlled Multi-Stage Charging
Extreme performance digital charging conditioning and full-time maintain modes with innovative 21-day pulse reconditioning mode for maximum battery health during periods of short- or long-term storage.

Intelligent Battery Bank Monitoring and Indication
Active battery bank monitoring with LED trouble indicators per battery which will only illuminate if a battery is lower than two volts or is mis-wired during installation.

Transfer-On-Demand® Technology
Automatically maintains your engine battery while distributing up to 15 amps to your trolling motor batteries when needed. Ensures 100% of the available charging amps are fully utilized to meet the demand of each battery on board.

Digital Display and Battery Type Selector
Industry’s largest EZ-View AC Power-On blue light ring and tri-color status bar indicating charging, conditioning, maintain, and battery health modes. Battery type LED for selected battery type charge profile.

Dynamic Thermal Output Control
Control charging amps while maintaining recommended charger temperature, maximizing safety and efficiency.

Easy and Safe Operation
Dual inline fuses, over-voltage, over-temperature, reverse polarity and ignition protection. Designed and constructed to Marine UL 1236 and FCC Class A.

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed XPS iT 5 only lasted a little over tewo years with what I would say very light use. July 24, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good purchase I only gave 4 stars because I have only had it a couple weeks, so I don't know how durable it is. What I can say is it seems to work as described and I am happy with it. July 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works great Small and easy to install. The 5/5 amp gives your deep cycle batteries enough juice to power up overnight. In my case, my two 24 volt interstate batteries after a 10 hour tournament can charge within a 5 hour turn time. Obviously you want the lead plates in your batteries to be covered all the way to the top with distilled water and not exposed for a faster charge. This product takes your batteries to a high 14.6 volts (you will here the bubbling sound in your batteries that's normal) and then it takes your charge to a maintenance mode leaving your batteries at about 13.3 volts. Great design and engineering. Like everyone else, make sure you have a 3 or 4 inch bit to reach through the screw openings and your own ss screws. Other than this small issue it's a great buy. July 14, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed On a deep-cycle, flooded type battery, starts out as advertised: blue ring on steady, battery type light on steady, charge status light blinking red for a few seconds, then solid red/amberish. A little while later, charge status light starts blinking red again, and shortly thereafter blue ring starts blinking in synch with the charge status light. Nothing in the instructions about blue ring blinking (that I can find). Battery never charges. Works as advertised on a regular (not deep cycle) flooded type battery. June 9, 2011
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Hi, yes you can leave this plugged in for an extended period of time.

Per owner's manual: When you’re not at home, always leave your charger plugged in to reduce
sulfate build-up allowing your batteries to be fully charged and maintained for your next fishing
trip. The XPSiT design incorporates a new battery health mode that stimulates and desulphates
your onboard batteries for 3 hours every 21 days and when completed will resume its normal
maintenance mode. During this mode the LED status bar will remain green but with a fadein
fade-out pulse, indicating health pulse mode is active with the Go Fish! icon still illuminated
indicating your batteries are still fully charged during this process.
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Yes, it is waterproof and can be used for this application.
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If you are getting blinking lights there are two things that could be going on.

1. There could be a problem with your charger.

2. There could be a problem with your batterie(s) (even if they are new).

The first thing to check is to see that the polarity (negative and positive) has not been reversed. If they are set up correct, then disconnect the leads from the batteries and with the end of the leads not touching anything turn the charger on. You should get a solid green light and the output of the charger should be 13.3 volts. If the light(s) still blinks then there is a problem with the charger. If you get a solid green light the next step is to isolate each of the batteries, by doubling up the leads on one of the batteries. Repeat this until you have isolated each of the batteries. If it blinks on all combinations of the batteries, then there is a problem with the charger. If it blinks on one of the batteries, then that battery is the problem.

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My pro 2bay 10amp inboard charger will show go fish light on, but when I un plug it then plug it back in know lights come on. No power light, no charge lite, no go fish light. Its been a coupld days now since it was plugged back in but still no go fish lite or charge, or power on light. Does this mean the batteries are dead?
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i would say it did like mine and bunt out mine just stopped with the warrenty
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Make sure you have adequate ventilation for cooling when charging. It can be mounted in any direction; it can even be mounted on the underside of a hatch, or any wall that you have enough room (as long as it is mounted as far as possible from the batteries or fuel tank). Don’t mount them on carpets---if you have no other location, mount it on either a board or with some kind of spacers to lift the charger off of the carpeted area. If the charger is mounted in an enclosed space it is best to open a hatch during the first stage of charging.

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trying to wire to battery. unit has red and yellow wires, which wire goes to the positive and which one goes to the negative. i can not find owners manual
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Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Yellow or Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection

Please call 1-800-BASS-PRO for an Owner’s Manual.

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No, blinking lights are not normal. If you are getting blinking lights there are two things that could be going on.

1. There could be a problem with your charger.

2. There could be a problem with your batterie(s) (even if they are new).

The first thing to check is to see that the polarity (negative and positive) has not been reversed. If they are set up correct, then disconnect the leads from the batteries and with the end of the leads not touching anything turn the charger on. You should get a solid green light and the output of the charger should be 13.3 volts. If the light(s) still blinks then there is a problem with the charger. If you get a solid green light the next step is to isolate each of the batteries, by doubling up the leads on one of the batteries. Repeat this until you have isolated each of the batteries. If it blinks on all combinations of the batteries, then there is a problem with the charger. If it blinks on one of the batteries, then that battery is the problem.
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Or do you have to remove the jumper wire that is in the system? I have a 12/24 volt system and was wondering if you have to unhook the jumper wire first before plugging this system up?
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Nope, keep everything hooked up just like you had before you bought the charger, with the BPS 2-bank charger, there will be 2 leads from the charger that go to each battery separately - then thats when the smart charger kicks in and manages each battery charge independent - it's dummy proof and awesome. I love not having to unhook anything to charge now.
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yes unhook jumper
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yes you can charge them in series a 12v charger can be hooked up tp each on at the same time which is what the exp charger dos
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This is only a 5 amp single bank charger. It will not charge 2 batteries fully. It is best to have a charger that has leads for each battery to be charged. The XPS 5/5 or Minn Kota 210 D would be the way to go.
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