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Schumacher™ SSC-1500A 15/10/2 Amp Ship 'N Shore Charger

   

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  • 15 Amp Fast Charge – charger monitors battery condition and adjusts charge rate to prevent battery damage
  • 10 Amp Fast Charge – self-adjusting charge rate for everyday charging needs and keeping your battery in peak condition
  • 2 Amp Slow Charge – for charging and maintaining small batteries
  • 75 amp clamps – for top and side-mounted battery posts
  • Electronic Push Button Controls – easy-to-feel switches for selection of Display Mode, Charge Rate or Battery Type  
  • Retractable handle for easy portability and storage
The Schumacher SSC-1500A 15/10/2 Amp Ship 'N Shore Charger features fully automatic 15 amp/10 amp/2 amp, microprocessor controlled, self-adjusting charge rate, 75-amp clamps for top- or side-mount posts, and electronic push-button controls. Manufacturer's five-year limited warranty.

Manufacturer model #: SSC-1500A.
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best charger yet The advantage to this charger is that it can be optioned to charge an AGM battery or other types of batteries. Also another convenient option is the size of the battery. The charger is easy to carry. It has readable options for the buttons if in the daylight. October 15, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Schumacher charger I have owned this charger for about a year. First it does not work as well on an extension cord as straight to the socket, and I use it on a 12 gauge extension cord. On the extension cord it never reaches 100% charge. The second part I was disappointed in was is it's durability. I accidentally dropped it and now it makes a funny noise. I know it is not meant to be dropped but I would expect it to take a few bumps. March 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best value. This battery charger does it all. Easy to use and reliable. No need to keep an eye on it like other battery chargers. It will fully charge and maintain any deep-cycle battery. It is an absolute MUST for anyone who depends on electric trolling motors where gas engines are not an option. January 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Bang for Buck This charge , although a tad noisy, does what it says in quick time. It will continue to charge after the display reads 100% charged however when I called the company I was told that this happens in order to equalize all of the amperage in each cell. So, with that I let it run awhile longer (about 30 min) and it eventually settled down and went into trickle mode. They also suggested that a marine battery be charged in AGM mode. Great charger. July 29, 2012
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what size inverter would I need to install in my truck to use this. I guess I need to know the wattage it takes for an average battery charger.I have a boat with a 2 battery system. (12 volt) one for trolling mtr., and one for starting. There are bank phase,and regular 120 volt chargers. I need a system where it charges both batteries, while I fish all day on the lake. Which do you suggest? I have a 40 hp. Evinrude, & 1 grp. 24 deep cyc., & 1 grp. 27 d.cyc. for trolling. What would be best
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The charger is a AC charger, does not charge batteries while running.
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