Pro Charging Systems Go Charge Recreation Series Battery Chargers

   

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  • Approved for Wet Cell and Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) batteries
  • Suitable for use in fresh and saltwater
  • Dependable, rugged construction and waterproof
  • Ultimate in safety features
  • Reverse polarity protected and no installation restrictions
  • Ignition protected (U.S. Coast Guard 33 CFR 183.410)
  • Battery maintenance mode
  • 4 stage charge profile
  • Totally independent 6 amp outputs
  • Overnight charging with long term maintenance mode
  • LED lights indicate charge status of each battery
  • 5' DC leads and 6' power cord
  • Manufacturer's two-year warranty
From Pro Charging Systems, the makers of the famous Dual Pro battery chargers, the Go Charge Recreation Series Battery Chargers represent the ultimate in affordable, reliable and waterproof chargers. Perfect for many applications including bass boats, runabouts, pontoons, automobiles, golf carts and ATVs, the Recreation Series Battery Chargers feature 4 stage profiles to ensure your battery performs well for many years. The battery chargers are capable of charging overnight in most circumstances and are outfitted with sophisticated safety features. Built in a polymer enclosure, these waterproof chargers are designed with no mounting restrictions and no risk of overcharging, full ignition protection, true reverse polarity protection, fully independent outputs and easy to see, multiple location, LED battery status indicators. Manufacturer's two-year warranty.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Compact Profile Installed on my boat to charge my dual battery 24V system and it does what everyone else says, charges two 31series batteries at once in less than 8 hrs. Easy to install and looks good. June 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product I fish at least one or two days a week year round. This is the second charger from Dual Pro I have owned. The other was almost 20 years old and was still working great when i sold my boat. Bought the 3 bank two months ago for my current boat and I love it! Just plug and let it go to work. Batteries charge easily overnight. May 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Choice Easy Install,Work'sGreat.Purchased 2 bank Charger, only problem had to purchase extension cable as battery connection's are only 5 feet and one of my battery's are 10 feet from where I mounted the unit. Has LED light's which go from red to green when your battery's are charged,then keep's them charged. spend the extra money,this charger is the way to go. April 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Money Well Spent! With three marine batteries to maintain, the 3 bank charger I ordered has been great. I just plug it in when I return from the lake and the charger does the rest. I don't have to worry about my cranking battery and both trolling motor batteries are ready to go for my next trip. April 11, 2012
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RS 2: Two 6-Amp Banks 12 Amps 3"H x 6.5"W x 7.25"L 5 lbs. 12V, 24V
RS 3: Three 6-Amp Banks 18 Amps 3"H x 6.5"W x 10.25"L 7 lbs. 12V - 36V

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I have 2-12V batteries in series to run my 24V trolling motor. this means that I have the positive from one battery going to the trolling motor and the negative from the other battery going to the trolling motor, then I have a jumper that goes from one battery positive to the other batteries negative, this creates 24 volts, exactly how would I connect this charger to charge both batteries with out having to remove the jumper???
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My boat is the same way on the trolling batteries. It was already hooked up when i bought the boat. The way they have it hooked up is hot to hot and ground to ground on both batteries and have never had to unhook the jumper from ground to hot . Then the 3rd bank is hooked up to the starting battery. All 3 batteries charge with no problem
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just hook the charger cables directly to the batteries individually. The charger is made to charge batteries individually even when in series. No need to remove the jumper
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It hooks to the positive of on battery and the negative of the other. This charges the two batteries at the same time. Simple to hook up.
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Simple,, this charger, if its a 2 bank or a 3 bank,, each has its own leads to connect directly to each battery. you do not need to remove jumper.
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You will need a 2-bank charger and will not have to remove the series jumper because the Dual Pro consists of two independent chargers, which share nothing. This allows for both batteries to independently but simultaneously charged. Hook one bank to one battery and leave the jumper on. See instructions: http://www.dualpro.com/media/pdf/9%20Recreation%20Series.pdf. Thanks
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Use charger for charging a LEAD-ACID (lead acid, sealed lead acid, gel cell, and AGM) battery only. It is
not intended to supply power to a low voltage electrical system other than in a starter-motor application.
Do not use battery charger for charging dry-cell batteries that are commonly used with home appliances.
These dry cell batteries may explode, causing personal injury and damage to property.

NEVER charge a frozen battery.
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Just our general wall outlet. Thanks
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Yes it works great with a 24 volt trolling motor. You just plug into an outlet and the two batteries charge at the same time. The green light will tell you when each battery is charged.
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Yes, this will need to be plugged into work. Thanks
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no, but the manufacturer does sell extension cables for that
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DC charge cables = 5ft and AC power cord = 3ft

Charge Cable Extensions Are Available in 5', 10' and 15' Lengths. http://www.dualpro.com/products/accessories/

Pro Charging Systems Battery Charger Cable Extension - 15' item number 38-533-434-00. Thanks
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I can't seem to find the dimensions on the website.

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Roughly 7X6inches it says in the description
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When using a two bank unit with two 12v batteries in series, do I need to disconnect the jumper between the batteries before charging?
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I used to have the same setup and never disconnected jumper and had no issues.
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No, there is no need to remove the series jumper because the Dual Pro consists of two totally independent chargers which share nothing in common. This allows for both batteries to independently but simultaneously charged. Thanks

http://www.dualpro.com/support/faq/
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Well let me put it this way, I have a 24 volt system made up of two 12 volt batteries connected by a connecting cable(I think called a Jumper cable). I can charge both batteries at the same time using my two bank charging system. Before getting this charger I had the conventional charger & in that case I had to remove the jumber cable and charge each battery sepparately. What you mean usable without disconnecting the cables I don't quite understand but if you mean to use the batteries when connected together you have to make sure you connect them to equipment that can handle 24 volts otherwise you will blow a few fuses or damage the equipment that run on 12 volts.
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I have the exact same setup and it works great for me. I bought the two bank and wish I had bought the three bank so I could charge the main battery as well.
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Combine 2 of 3 Banks??

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Is is possible for this charger to combine two banks into one? (Use one bank @ 6 amps, the other two combined for 12 amp output.) The boat has a starting battery and two deep cycles that must be kept in parallel for the house. I would prefer to charge each battery separately but the manner in which the boat is wired will not allow this. Its a 26 ft cruiser w/shore power.
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According to the manufacturer, yes you can stack the leads on one battery. 2 red on the + and 2 black on the - . The battery that has the stack will charge faster. Thanks
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