Charles Marine 2000 SP Series Electronic Chargers with Battery Type Selector Switch

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Charles Marine 2000 SP Series Electronic Chargers with Battery Type Selector Switch -

An excellent choice for value-priced, high-performance DC charging, the 2000 SP Series uses modern 3-stage charging to deliver the greatest charge when the battery is most able to accept it, prevent overcharging and extend battery life. Ignition protected, and the 40A model includes automatic temperature regulation. Restores up to three banks simultaneously. Allows selection of charging cycles and voltages for lead-acid, AGM, or gel batteries. Other features include the ability to act as a power supply, easy-to-read DC ammeter, corrosion-resistant components and housing and heavy-duty heat sink design. Runs cool and quiet, no RFI/EMI interference. All models meet FCC Class B requirements. Exterior slots allow for easy mounting, not Marine UL Listed. Dimensions: 10A, 15A & 20A 3.7" x 9.5" x 8.2"; 40A 3.7" x 9.5" x 10.5". Made in the U.S.A.

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Solid performance

While working on board my boat the last week of 2013 I heard a sizzling sound and glanced toward my battery charger. I observed a wisp of smoke rising out of it. I turned off the breaker powering the charger and removed its cover. A burn covering a small portion of the internal board could be seen. The charger which failed was a Charles Industries C-charger 2000. Under most conditions this would a source of complaint but I must add that I installed this charger on board my boat around 15 years ago and it has been working for the most part 24/7 this entire time. I was pleased to order a new Charles Marine 2000 SP 20 amp capacity to replace the now retired unit. Any electronic device which can operate with no problems for that length of time in a marine environment is well worth it. Fine quality, excellent workmanship and extreme durability as well as MADE IN AMERICA makes this a highly recommended piece of equipment. I have three banks of gulf cart lead acid batteries which the original unit had been charging this entire time.
Northwest Coastal Saillor at WestMarine.com on 01/01/2014