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62 Battery C Charles hargers and Switches C-Charger® 5000 Series C-Charger® 2000 Series C-Charger® 9000 Series Power Supply AC Automatic Control C-Charger® Solid Power Battery Chargers Utilizing high-quality components and corrosion-resistant anodized aluminum housing, C-Charger® are built to last, performing in the toughest of marine environments. ⊲⊲ Marine UL listing - durability and safety ⊲⊲ Multi-step charging - temp compensation ⊲⊲ Corrosion resistant housing/components ⊲⊲ Battery type selector switch ⊲⊲ Drip shield included with 5000 series ⊲⊲ Can be used as a power supply C-Charger® 2000 Series Marine Electronic Battery Chargers are an excellent choice for value-priced, high performance products. C-Charger® 5000 Series Marine Electronic Battery Chargers are the best choice for high-performance Marine UL listed products. C-Charger® 9000 Series Marine Ferroresonant Battery Chargers C-Charger® Series chargers use a self-regulating ferroresonant transformer devoid of any complicated switching circuits. Built of rugged, stainless steel and high-quality components, C-Chargers are guaranteed to perform in the toughest marine environments. 3 bank marine ferroresonant battery chargers are the intelligent choice for durability and safety in Marine UL listed products. ⊲⊲ Continuous duty C-Power® Continuous Duty Power Supplies Provide a constant 14.4 volts DC and are lightweight, compact, clean, quiet and easy to install. They are able to accept variances in frequency, 45 to 65 Hz, and variances in AC input (120 VAC units: 90 to 135 VAC, 220 VAC units: 180 to 270 VAC) without degrading output. ⊲⊲ 1-year warranty C-Power® Battery Selector Automatic A/B Selectors 50A and 100A 240VAC marine service C-Power® automatic A/B master selectors automatically select first in (fore or aft/port or starboard) AC connection with automatic lock out of the 2nd source. ⊲⊲ Superior technology guarantees top performance ⊲⊲ Eliminates manual switch gear ⊲⊲ Corrosion-resistant fiberglass housing and components ⊲⊲ Automatically selects from 1 power source ⊲⊲ Increases safety ⊲⊲ Adds convenience Charles SmartBoost 50 AMP/12 KVA Transformer Booster The SmartBoost provides a 15% AC voltage boost to any existing 240vac transformer rated 50amps or less. ⊲⊲ Rugged high-quality construction ⊲⊲ Fully automatic operation with manual 1:1 override ⊲⊲ Low voltage, boost & power LED indicators ⊲⊲ Marine UL Listed ⊲⊲ 1-year manufacturer's limited warranty ⊲⊲ Made in the U.S.A. Battery Selector Switches For 12V and 24V Systems. Charles Battery Selector Switches allow boaters to choose between any combination of two batteries. The switch with alter-nator disconnect is for use when the batteries are shut off but the engine is still running. The alternator disconnect eliminates possible damage to the alternator, a valuable assurance that the alternator is protected. ⊲⊲ Ignition protected ⊲⊲ Marine UL Listed ⊲⊲ Meet US Coast Guard and ABYC standards. ⊲⊲ 2-year manufacturer's limited warranty SoftStart The SoftStart is a device designed to be installed on a boat’s incoming AC shorepower, limiting the “inrush” of AC current to a shoreline transformer, eliminating the “nuisance” breaker trip when first powering-up a vessel. ⊲⊲ Rated 50Hz or 60Hz ⊲⊲ Can be used with any 50 amp transformer or smaller ⊲⊲ Rugged high-quality construction ⊲⊲ Fully automatic operation ⊲⊲ Dimensions: 6.76" H x 8" W x 4.5" D ⊲⊲ Weight: 4.15 lbs ⊲⊲ Made in the U.S.A. StartNow Automatic Starting Assist Switch The StartNow microprocessor allows the main battery to drain without draining the reserve battery. StartNow automatically detects if the main battery voltage is too low and activates the reserve battery to start your engine. Recharging is automatic from an alternator or battery charger and the microprocessor guarantees the battery will never over-charge and always be ready. ⊲⊲ 1-year manufacturer's limited warranty ⊲⊲ 2000 series 2yr warranty ⊲⊲ 5000 series 5yr warranty ⊲⊲ 50/60 Hz ⊲⊲ Continuous duty ⊲⊲ Made in the U.S.A. ⊲⊲ 5-year warranty ⊲⊲ Made in the USA


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