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At up to 50% faster charging than conventional chargers, this Portable Battery Charger from Minn Kota® is designed for use with 12V / 5-cell batteries (50-130 amp hour rating) that are flooded/wet cell, maintenance free or starved electrolyte only. Offering 1 bank at 10 amps and boasting a quick recovery time, this charger also features short circuit and reverse polarity protection to prevent the charger from operating improperly. A handy LED display indicates power on, charging, full charge and check connections.
Fully automatic 3-stage charging
10 amps total output
LED display indicates power-on, charging, full charge and check connection
Minn Kota® Portable Battery Charger - Model MK110P
Small, Light and Effective. Great purchase for my needs
August 11, 2011
Plug and Play!!
Bought this charger for a group 27 deep cycle battery and Minnkota Troller that I use on rented jon boats. Was using a cheap auto store charger but was worried that it would kill the deep cycle battery. This charger has 3 stage charging so you just attach the leads, turn it on, and walk away. My trolling motor just keeps going and going and I can go miles in a rented jon with no worries about my battery going flat. Went 6 miles last trip out and still had plenty of juice.
June 13, 2011
this charger is great, simple to use and easy to read. charges quick and im never without full battery.
April 24, 2011
It is compact, works good, easy to use. Very Very good.
April 22, 2010
I'm not sure if I fully understand your question, but you likely could (if the fuse is large enough), but it would be a net waste of efficiency (1st law thermodynamics). Why run the engine to power outlets to power a charger to charge the battery when you can go direct off the engine alternator to your battery? Less steps, less waste.
I don't think so......you have to plug the MinnKota charger into an electric outlet, how are you going to do that while on your bassraider???? If you mean can you leave the battery in the boat while you charge it, yes you can.
Yes, it can be used for deep cycle batteries. This charger and others like it with 3 charging modes (bulk charging, adsorption charging, and maintenance charging) are the best to use with deep cycle batteries.
Absolutely. This charger and others like it with 3 charging modes (bulk charging, adsorption charging, and maintenance charging) are the best to use with deep cycle batteries. The unit is totally automatic switching the charging mode all by itself. The only other thing you can do to help keep your battery healthy other than using this charger is to charge your batteries right away after you use them. Leaving them in a discharged state allows sulfate contaminents to foul the plates of the battery and prevent it from being fully charged in the future and lower the output amps when being used. Buy this charger and use it as soon as you get home from the lake. What could be easier.
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