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PROFESSIONAL MARINER ProSport 20 Heavy-Duty Marine Battery Charger, 20A, 12/24V, 2 Bank Charger

Model # 14152169Mfg # 43020

$192.99

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Product Description

Up to 40% lighter than the previous Generation 2 Series of ProSport chargers that were epoxy filled, these latest models now feature an expanded LED display that includes a system check OK function and a battery bank trouble status alert for simplified detection of wiring problems or failing batteries.

Unlike conventional chargers that typically impose an amperage limitation per bank, the ProSport’s Distributed-On-Demand Charging Technology ensures that 100% of the available charging amperage is fully utilized to meet the unique demands of each onboard battery.

ProSport’s exclusive Sequential Multi-Stage Charging process delivers three sequenced modes of operation: Charging, Conditioning and Maintenance that fully charges your batteries while maximizing their service life. Two user-selectable performance charge profiles can be digitally selected for flooded, standard or AGM-type batteries with a third High Performance AGM profile on 20A dual bank models and color-coded programming caps, allowing the ProSport to be simply reprogrammed in the event batteries on board are changed to a different type.

Even when your boat is in storage the ProSport protects your batteries with an additional Recondition Mode that will automatically recondition all batteries for up to three hours a month, further extending battery life.

  • Automatic Functions: Distributed-On-Demand® battery sensing and distribution
  • User Selectable Functions: Charging system algorithms, reprogrammable for battery type
  • Status Indicators: LED display of system check, battery bank status
  • Input Wiring: Hardwire
  • Output Wiring: Hardwire
  • Capcity: 20A
  • Volts: 12/24
  • Battery Banks: 2
  • Dimensions: 12-1/8"L x 7-1/4"W x 2-3/4"H
  • Safety Features: Ignition protected, with over-voltage and over-current protection
  • Remote Available: Yes (model 9519455)
  • Design Standards: UL, CE cUL Marine Standards
  • Warranty: Two years

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Only lasted 5 months

By fischy

from florida

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Pros

    Cons

    • Short life span

    Best Uses

      Comments about ProSport 20 Heavy Duty Marine Battery Charger, 20A, 12/24V, 2 Bank Charger:

      I replaced a Guest charger with this on my '05 Grady Marlin. The Guest, which is supposed to be a piece of junk, lasted 8 years. This one gave out in less than 5 months. The AC input light won't come on and I have 119 volts going to it. Before it died, it worked fine but come on...5 months?

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      Poorly Designed

      By Jeep

      from SoCal

      About Me Advanced

      Pros

      • Waterproof

      Cons

      • Won't Charge Large Batts

      Best Uses

        Comments about ProSport 20 Heavy Duty Marine Battery Charger, 20A, 12/24V, 2 Bank Charger:

        Have this hooked to a 220ah battery and a small 60AH battery. 20A is about C/10 for the 220ah battery, so this should be fine.

        Never goes into maintain - always putting 14.7v on the batteries, causing battery degradation.

        Call up the manufacturer, and they say that the 220ah battery is "too big" and that's the problem. Huh? You can charge it with a tiny charger, just takes longer. They also admitted that the charger uses voltage (not current) to determine when to go into float. I don't see size limitations on any of the decriptions I find online.

        I just can't understand how bad chargers exist - 3 stage LA charging is not rocket science.

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