ProMariner ProTournament Onboard Battery Chargers
ProMariner's® ProTournament Onboard Battery Chargers are the fastest chargers in its class! Will charge your batteries 2 to 3 times faster than leading traditional chargers! Automatic, 3-step charging with 100% output at the dock, even at 90V AC using an extension cord. Distributed-On-Demand® means 100% of the output is always used, distributing full-rated charging amps to one bank or a combination of all banks as required. Designed with the professional fisherman in mind. Rugged, low-profile, all-aluminum housing provides superior cooling at half the weight of most chargers. They are 2 to 3 times faster than competitive chargers and proven to condition and extend battery life. FCC Class B filter and certified Marine UL 1236. Includes on-board, push-to-test status monitor on ProTournament 150 and 300, fused output cables, LED charge cycle indicator, reverse polarity and ignition protection. For use on 12V, 24V or 36V systems. 100% waterproof and prewired for installation. Manufacturer's limited lifetime repair warranty with 1-year replacement warranty.
- Distributed-on-demand charging
- True 3 step charging
- Charges 2 to 3 times faster than traditional chargers
- 100% battery charge guaranteed
- Compact, lightweight design with all aluminum housing
- Pre-wired for easy operation and installation
- On-board Push-to-Test charge level and mode indicators
- Lead acid, gel or AGM compatible
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A. If you are getting blinking lights there are two things that could be going on.
1. There could be a problem with your charger.
2. There could be a problem with your batterie(s) (even if they are new).
The first thing to check is to see that the polarity (negative and positive) has not been reversed. If they are set up correct, then disconnect the leads from the batteries and with the end of the leads not touching anything turn the charger on. You should get a solid green light and the output of the charger should be 13.3 volts. If the light(s) still blinks then there is a problem with the charger. If you get a solid green light the next step is to isolate each of the batteries, by doubling up the leads on one of the batteries. Repeat this until you have isolated each of the batteries. If it blinks on all combinations of the batteries, then there is a problem with the charger. If it blinks on one of the batteries, then that battery is the problem.
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