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Just purchased a Pro mariner ProSport 20 plus. Says it is the 12/24/36. I have 3 batteries in series for my trolling motor, thus the charger. I have 2 other batteries that are for starting and on a switch. Can I use the Promariner to charge the 2 starting batteries as well? I don't want to mount the charger in the boat and would like to splice on clamps instead of what they come with, that way I can move it around to charge all 5 batteries. Thanks!
Am adding a small li-ion battery to my sailboat (no engine/minimal electronics). Thinking the Mastervolt MLS 12/130 would do nicely. Battery does not come with a charger and to quote from the manual, I should "use only chargers with IUoU characteristic. Charger settings: absorption charge 14.25V; float charge 13.5V. Maximum charge current: 100% of nominal capacity (1C)." This something you can help me out with? Thanks, Jonathan
A few months ago I bought a 3 bank charger for my boat from you. It has worked flawlessly. I run a golf course and am need of a couple 48 volt golf car chargers. They are the old style Yamaha two post. I was wondering if you have anything like that or not.
Crazy how some will twist this into a conspiracy by the manufacturers to deceive the consumer. Sorry, but I'm just not feeling like a victim today.
I also think it is ridiculous that some will make the assumption that a 20 amp $180 charger could possibly be of endless capacity. Where did the manufacturer assist with that conclusion?
But they certainly bull rush the first one that tries to educate them and protect their investment.
I'm not selling these chargers so I don't have a horse in the race. My sympathies. Good luck.
Btw, you do a great job of not taking the bait and getting defensive.