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Pro Charging Systems Charge On The Run Onboard Battery Chargers

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  • Tournament advantages
  • Peace of mind for starting
  • Simple Installation - simply connect directly to each battery
  • 100% shut off
  • Completely waterproof
  • Ignition protected
  • Reverse polarity protected
From Pro Charging Systems, the makers of the famous Dual Pro Battery Chargers, come the Charge On The Run Series. Proven to be an important advantage to serious fishermen everywhere, these high-quality Charge On The Run Onboard Battery Chargers utilize the boat's engine charging currents to charge additional batteries such as trolling motor batteries while always making sure that the main starting battery is fully charged and maintained to the highest level. Designed with no connections to the ignition system or engine, simply connect your Charge On The Run Series charger to your starting battery and additional batteries. Plus, these lightweight/waterproof units give tournament anglers a tremendous advantage on windy days and they provide up to 30% more battery time, which means more time on the water. They also result in shorter recharge times in the evening. Equipped with reverse polarity protection, short circuit protection and ignition protection. Made in USA.
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Yes, of course, not at the same time. The On The Run charger will decrease the amount of time it takes to fully recharge your batteries overnight with your 110v charger.
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Yes, you will be able to charge without harming the charger.
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I HAVE AN PROSPORT 20 AMP 3 BANK CHARGER CONNECTED TO
MY STATOS BOAT 12 V RUNNING 24V
TROLLING BATTERYS CONNECTED TO PROMARINER PROSPORT 20 CAN I CONNECT A DUALPRO
CRS3 ON THE RUNCHARGER TO MY BOAT WITHOUT DISCONNECTING
EITHER CHARGER WITHOUT DAMAGING CHARGER, BATTERY
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ,
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PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS
The CRS is designed to be permanently installed in the boat specifically for the purpose of supplying charging current to the trolling motor batteries while operating the main boat engine. Other types and uses, including unauthorized attachments, should be avoided due to possible damage and/or personal injury. Do not attempt to operate the CRS in a battery configuration that utilizes a series connection between the engine starting battery and the trolling motor battery or batteries. Severe sparking and/or damage to the CRS may occur and the warranty will be voided. Please contact technical support for
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You might check with Dual Pro tech department. You should be able to hook of the 3 bank charger.
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I have one 12 volt battery for cranking and basically running everything else on my boat except for the trolling motor. I have 2 12 volt deep cycle batteries connected to my trolling motor so I can run off of 12 or 24. Also do these unit plug into 110 AC while at dock or while parked on the trailer?
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The CRS is designed to be permanently installed in the boat. Works by connecting to your starting battery, not a wall plug in.
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can you leave pluged in all the tme so it makes batteries last longer and keep charged
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During normal operation the CRS system monitors the starting battery voltage and will activate once the starting battery voltage rises above a predetermined voltage. Once this point is reached, charging current from the boat motor charging system will continue to flow to the additional batteries attached to the CRS system. When the starting battery voltage drops below a predetermined voltage, the CRS system is deactivated and returns to a standby state.
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Will you have CRS2 model

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Pro Charging Systems Charge On The Run Onboard Battery Chargers
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CRS1 (38-525-190-00) and CRS3 (38-530-918-00) . When will you have the CRS2 model and what price will it be?

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FYI- We do not carry the CRS2.
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