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Pro Charging Systems Professional Series Onboard Battery Chargers

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  • $239.99

  • SKU: 1132513

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PS4

  • $579.99

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  • $359.99

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  • N2itv (intuitive) 5 stage charge profile using proprietary Deltavolt Technology
  • Automatic equalization phase
  • Totally independent 15 amp outputs
  • Ultra fast charging with long term maintenance mode
  • Ultimate in safety features
  • Easy to read independent battery status indications
  • 5 foot d/c leads and 3 foot power cord
  • Repairable/Not a throw away unit
  • Aluminum/Polymer construction ideal for saltwater protection
Pro Charging Systems' ''Dual Pro'' Professional Series Onboard Battery Chargers have been the marine standard for the last 20 years. These top of the line Pro Series Onboard Battery Chargers are well known for their ability to consistently bring all batteries to a 100% charge. The waterproof Professional Series chargers are built tough yet compact, and with their advanced self-adjusting (intuitive) microprocessors using DeltaVolt Technology (see below) they provide a 5 stage charge profile with an automatic equalization phase for unmatched performance. With every imaginable safety feature, no mounting restrictions and no risk of ever overcharging, the words ''just plug it in and forget it'' are the perfect description. Additional features include full ignition protection, reverse polarity protection, automatic temperature compensation, fully independent outputs and a 3-year manufacturer's warranty. Made in USA.

DeltaVolt Charging Technology is the next generation in smart charging! By incorporating revolutionary, intuitive 5 stage charging technology that was designed, developed and produced in the USA, the DeltaVolt Charging Technology is able to automatically adapt to the charging needs of both cranking and deep cycle batteries and can simultaneously charge a mix of battery sizes completely and safely.

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Pro Charging Systems Professional Series Onboard Battery Chargers 3.7 5 11 11
Dont Buy Did not do as advertized, did a extensive testing on this product and failed.. DONT BUY , better chargers out there. Waste of $500 July 20, 2013
battery charger My boat came with a Pro charger on it it worked great until boat sank. I wanted the same brand because it worked so well. April 23, 2013
Pro Chargers It is great to have a charger that you can leave on the battery all the time and not damage the battery. The application that we use it in it also works for a backup if your alternator dies. April 7, 2013
Doesn't last It worked fine for 3 years and then 2 of the 3 banks just quit working. Talked to my mechanic about it and he says it's typical for this charger; he sees it all the time. Awful lot of money for 3 years use. November 16, 2011
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This unit requires being plugged into a 120 volt outlet to charge the battery it is connected to.
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You plug it in to an extension cord.
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