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Minn Kota® Digital Linear Onboard Battery Charger - MK-210D

   

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11.5" X 7.5" X 4"

2 Banks 5 Amps

  • $149.99

  • SKU: 1736523

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  • Include 2 Yr Premium Accident Protection Plan

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  • Digitally controlled
  • 2x faster charge times
  • Enhanced status codes
  • Advanced maintenance mode
  • Multi-stage charging
  • Automatic temperature compensation
  • Waterproof, shock- and vibration-resistant aluminum construction
  • Saltwater-tested and fully corrosion-resistant
  • Short circuit, reverse polarity and ignition protected
  • 2 Banks/5 Amps
  • Dimensions: 11.5'' x 7.5'' x 4''
The Minn Kota Digital Linear Onboard Charger features digital control, 2x faster charge times, enchanced status codes, advanced maintenance mode, multi-stage charging, and automatic temperature control. In addition, this marine battery charger features waterproof, shock- and vibration-resistant aluminum construction; saltwater-tested and fully corrosion-resistant; short circuit, reverse polarity, and ignition protected; and for use with 12V/6-cell batteries (50–130 amp hour rating). Dimensions: 11.5'' x 7.5'' x 4''.
Digitally Controlled
Microprocessor design protects your batteries so you can stay on the water longer. It monitors temperature and state of charge to create a faster, regulated, more precise charge.
2X Faster Charge Times
Up to 2X faster charge times in high heat conditions.
Enhanced Status Codes
Provides comprehensive feedback on charge stage, maintenance mode status, error notification and full charge.
Advanced Maintenance Mode
To prevent damage to the battery during long-term storage, the new on-board chargers feature an enhanced maintenance mode that automatically shuts off 24 hours after the battery is fully charged. The charger continually monitors battery voltage and will automatically turn back on to maintain full charge.
Multi-Stage Charging
Ensures a full charge while at  the same time preventing overcharging, which can damage and shorten the life of a battery. This technology automatically controls current and voltage over three charging stages: bulk, absorption, and maintenance.
Automatic Temperature Compensation
Constantly adjusts output voltage based on ambient temperature. This optimizes the battery gassing threshold to allow the battery to efficiently reach a full charge in any conditions. This feature also protects the battery from boiling due to overcharging at higher temperatures.
Minn Kota® Digital Linear Onboard Battery Charger - MK-210D 4.9 5 9 9
Great Marine Charger The Minn Kota MK-2210D was easy to install with straight forward directions. Compared to other chargers, this one is reasonably priced for a digital, automatic, multi-stage charger. Most importantly when it automatically switches to "maintenance mode" you can leave it plugged in forever and it keeps your batteries fresh without evaporation. I had one battery that was totally dead, and it brought it up to full charge in 8 hours. I highly recommend this charger. November 20, 2013
Large, Impressive Charger The MK-210D Is a large unit. It would not fit in the space the OEM Guest occupied on my Tracker Pro-team 175, So I mounted it on the underside of the deck hatch. This makes it readily viewable to determine battery charge condition. The charger works efficiently and I am thrilled with the performance. I would definitely recommend this to anyone. June 21, 2013
Works like a dream Great charger! Works like a dream! Good quality product ! June 4, 2013
Great! This is a great charger and works perfectly for my needs. I know its only 5 amps per channel but if i fishing 2 days in a row i just plug it in overnight and both batteries are charged by morning plus a slower charge with help keep the batteries longer. Definatly worth spending a tad more and getting the Minn Kota!!! April 27, 2013
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Hi, yes, the chargers will charge gel cell batteries. Thank You!
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When I connect the charger to the batteries the orange leds (charging) flashs...whats happening?
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Thank you for your question! From the owner's manual I show that if the indicator lights are flashing yellow for each bank then the battery is charging in the Absorption Mode. After some time the lights should begin to flash green to indicate that the battery is now ready to use. If you wish you can view the manual through the link below by clicking on the Support tab.

http://store.minnkotamotors.com/products/605078/MK_210D_%282_bank%29
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batteries in parallel

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I have 3 batteries in my boat, 2 for the trolling motor which are connected in parallel, and one for cranking. should I use a 3 bank or 2 bank charger? it's a 12v system.
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Hi, you will want one bank per battery. Therefore, you will want a 3 bank charger to properly charger your batteries. Thank You!
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You can use this unit or go for the 3 battery unit. This will charge 2 separate battery circuits either individually, in parallel or in series. The two (2) batteries in parallel will charge with one lead but only half as fast as with 2 leads.
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If you want to charge all 3 you will need the 3 bank charger. My boat has the same set up as yours but I just have the 2 bank since I have never had an issue with the starting battery dying. I also have a set of jumpers in the boat just incase the starting battery dies.
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I would use a three bank system to give equal charge time and to keep the one bank from overheating with two batteries to charge at once.
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This is a battery charger, you could attach the solor charger to your battery, not the charger.
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Yes,this has a maintenance mode, which when the battery reaches full charge, the charger voltage is dropped to 13.4V at 77°F. A flashing GREEN light is lit for each bank to indicate the battery is in Maintenance Mode and ready to use. After 24 hours, the charger automatically turns off and a GREEN light is lit for each bank to indicate the battery is in long term Maintenance Mode and ready to use. The charger will automatically turn on when the battery voltage drops below 12.6V.
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Yes, it has battery maintenance mode built-in the charging cycle.
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yes and it works great
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Yes, the unit is designed to remain on over storage. You will still need to maintain the correct water level in the cells over long periods.
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They are 60 inches long.
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The item includes two 6' fused output cables and one 6' AC power cord.
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We have not had any reports of the charger leaving heat marks. Even though the Minn Kota charger is capable of operating in a high ambient temperature environment, a minimum of 6 inches of unobstructed area should be allowed on all sides of the unit for proper air circulation and cooling. Proper cooling and circulation will allow the charger to operate at peak efficiency.

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I highly doubt it will show any heat marks. I have mine mounted under the front deck of our boat and it does not get very hot at all.
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No. You will have no heat marks. I've had this motor for a year. It's the best thing out there. I and people who go fishing with me are amazed at what it can do.
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yes amazingly well. It has four wires - two sets (positive red and negative black) obviously and easily connected. I've had mine for about a year and it works great. It's a great charger
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Yes, 2 banks refer to two batteries that can be charged simultaneously.
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Yes, you will be able to charge a 24 volt (two 12v) batteries. If batteries are connected in series for 12/24 - 24V, the series connection wire should be left in place during charging.

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yes and everything you need is included. worth every penny!
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Yes. That is the primary purpose of this charger. It can also be used for regular 12-volt.
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To begin charging, connect the charger to AC power outlet at the dock or at home. Input Current 120VAC. Thank You!
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It plugs into a normal 115 reciprocal. I leave the batteries in the boat and use an extension cord.
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you plug in to a normal outlet at home or on a dock. the work very well. i've owned this model and now own the mk 315-d, both very good
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it charges from an electrical outlet
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