Clearance ProMariner® ProSport Series Onboard Marine Battery Chargers

   

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8.5" X 7.25" X 2.625"

2 Banks/12 Total Amps

The next generation of onboard marine battery chargers is here! Three built-in performance charge profiles are digitally selected with color coded programming caps. Program and reprogram them in the event your batteries are changed to a different type. The ProSport series still features Distributed-On-Demand™ charging--so 100% of the output is always used, distributing total available charging amps to one bank or a combination of all banks as required. Fully automatic, multistage charging with a safe maintenance mode for long- or short-term storage. Features an extruded all-aluminum, amplifier-style housing that's 100% waterproof and shockproof and a lead acid/gel battery one-time selector for an optimum charge on either battery type. Dynamic thermal output control gives you the appropriate charging amps while maintaining the proper temperature. Built-in ignition, reverse polarity, overheat, and short-circuit protection. Fully prewired. Manufacturer's 2-year limited warranty.
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Second Purchase I had a boat that had no on broad charger and after picking the ProMariner to purchase I had no more problems keeping my batteries charged and in good shape. I sold the boat and purchase a brand new boat with a battery charger on it. After only a week I realised that the charger on the new boat was not keeping up with my use, and ordered another ProMariner and changed it. I was so happy with the first one, I couldn't see me having a new boat with a cheap charger on it. I would recommend this product to anyone for chargering and maintaining their batteries. October 20, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does not last I am on my second ProSport 12. First one did not last through second season. Replaced under warranty, but second one did not last 2 years either. Total use was probably less than 1/2 dozen tmies per year. I will not even try a third one. Time for new brand. Also had limited optons on where to install because the cables were shorter on the second one, and it just barely fit in the same place where the first one was mounted. June 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by deedee68 It did just what I wonted it to do charge my batters up . It was easy to put in and did not take long . A good by at a good price June 23, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Never Worked I purchased a used boat where the former owner had bought the ProMariner ProSport20 Plus charger, and had left it new in the box, never installed in the boat. I took it out of the box, tested it and it doesn't even work, it charges for about 5 minutes and then the LED's flicker on and off. It either says the batteries are ready/charged in 5 minutes or the LED's flicker. It is totally defective and i cannot even return it as i do not have the bill of sale and i'm sure it's past their 1 year warranty. I now have to trash this one and get another, and i definitely will NOT buy from this company. Very poor workmanship/ June 18, 2012
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I have Optima gel batteries for my boat and want to make sure this will accomodate those. Thanks
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Yes. The ProMariner Onboard chargers will handle 3 types of batteries incuding gel.
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Yes. These units come with a Programming cap for Gel batteries, Flooded Lead Acid / Standard AGM, and High Performance AGM batteries. Optima batteries are actually not Gel batteries they are considered high performance AGM's and you should use this cap to charge your batteries properly.
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or should it only be mounted standing up, as in the picture? The instructions say to have the fins horizontal.The way I see it, if the unit is mounted to the deck, the fins are still horizontal. Am I correct in thinking this way?
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You can mount it flat that is the way I have it and it work just fine
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Yes, you can mount flat.

Make sure you have adequate ventilation for cooling when charging. It can be mounted in any direction; it can even be mounted on the underside of a hatch, or any wall that you have enough room (as long as it is mounted as far as possible from the batteries or fuel tank). Don’t mount them on carpets---if you have no other location, mount it on either a board or with some kind of spacers to lift the charger off of the carpeted area. If the charger is mounted in an enclosed space it is best to open a hatch during the first stage of charging.
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Replace the batter charge the bass Shop has new one at a good price I just got one for my boat I had the same thing happen.
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CALL THE COMPANY. THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS NEXT TO NONE. MINE WAS REPLACED, NO QUESTIONS ASKED. WHAT A COMPANY!
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They claim it to be waterproof and saltwater tested
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Yes, this item has been tested for Saltwater use. Waterproof and Saltwater tested.
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I bought one of these chargers and when it came there were 2 little plug things in the instruction package. What are they and what are they used for.
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The plugs are for programming the charger for charging different types of batteries.
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The plugs are used in the charger depending on the type of battery you are charging, lead/Acid, AGM or Gel.
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They are programming caps. The charger comes set equipped to charge standard Flooded (lead acid)/AGM (Absorbed Glass mat) batteries. To set the charger for high performance AGM or GEL batteries, remove the black programming cap (near the electrical cord connection) and replace it with either the red AGM HP or gray GEL programming cap. Anytime you change caps, apply marine silicone to the threads of the cap being installed.
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