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Old 04-20-2008, 05:54 PM
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Default Guest 16153battery charger...comments???

Anyone has any comments??? It is cool that it has the selector for different type of batteries, but I was concerned about 6 amps per bank being enough...

Total Amps: 18

Number of Outputs: 3

Amps per output: 6/6/6 Amps

Battery System: 3 - 12 Volt, 12 Volt + 24 Volt, 36 Volt

Output Voltage: 12 Volts DC

DC Output: 4' cable with ring terminals

Input Voltage: 100 - 130 Volts AC/60 Hz

Input Connection: 6' cable with Connect Charge plug

Old 04-20-2008, 06:15 PM
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Default RE: Guest 16153battery charger...comments???

Not sure about the 18 amp but I do use a 20 amp 2 bank charger for my trolling motor batteries and it works great.

I have had that one for several years but have gone through 3 Pro Mariner's for my starting and electronics battery ;?
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Have you looked at ProMariner's ProSport 20 Plus charger? You mentioned that you are concerned about 6 amps per output not being enough. The ProMariner chargers have what is called Distributed on Demand technology, which allows the charger to determine which battery needs the most amperage. For example if your starter battery is full, requiring only 2 amps to charge it, you have 18 amps to disperse amongst your other two batteries. Also, Distributed on Demand does not limit the amount of amperage transfered to a single battery. You can transfer all 20 amps to one battery if reqiured. Here are the specs:

Total Amps: 20

Number of Outputs: 3

Amps per output: Distributed On Demand, see above.

Output Voltage: 12/24/36 volts

DC Output: 5' cables with ring terminals

Input Voltage: 110 volts AC

Input Connection: 6' cable with AC plug


If you have any questions, call ProMariner's customer service department at 1-800-824-0524.

Happy Boating!
Tina

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