ProMariner® Advanced Pro Tournament 100 10-Amp 2-Bank Charger
ProMariner's Advanced Pro Tournament 3-step battery charger is 100% waterproof and pre-wired for installation. "Distributed-on-demand" means 100% of the output is always used, distributing full charging to one bank or combination of both banks as required. Rugged low-profile all aluminum housing provides superior cooling at half the weight of most chargers. Includes onboard push-to-test status monitor, fused output cable, indicating charge cycle, reverse polarity and ignition protection and a manufacturer's 1-year warranty. For use on 12V, 24V, or 36V systems.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dallem1 Great Product Had issues with shipping. The first charger received was broken. Received a new one. I am very satisfied with the product. Very fast charge time. Easy to install. November 20, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tymkpr Wouldn't be without this! I bought this charger one year ago for my G3 18' center console. When it came time to get on the lake for duck season the last thing I needed to worry about was if my motor was going to start. This charger took care of that worry! It was easy to install, No special electrical knowledge needed. And it easily maintains both of the batteries. I now own a 23' cabin cuddy and am using the 300 Quad model to charge and maintain 4 banks. Thanks ProMariner. Keep up the good work July 6, 2006
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A:No, The ProMariner® Advanced Pro Tournament 100 10-Amp 2-Bank Charger model 51010 per the manufacturer web site is for 12/24 volt only. You would Pro Tournament 150 (item 908331) or 300 (item 908332). To be able to charge a 36-volt battery you would need a three-bank charger that way one lead is to each battery.
Details:This is an out drive mounted unit that runs on two -12 Volt batteries linked together to create 24 volts. Will this unit be what I need to plug into 120 V at night to charge up my batteries?
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