Waterproof Battery Charger from Powermania

MarineElectronics.com
Friday, May 10, 2013
Photo: Powermania

Powermania's Turbo M208E is a compact dual bank, eight-amp unit that rapidly recharges the most commonly used 12V batteries to full capacity.

The Turbo M208E features adaptive loading, meaning that weaker batteries receive maximum charging power for faster recharging than in comparable chargers. With three dedicated charging profiles, it can recharge 12V lead-acid, AGM and GEL batteries.

Full encapsulation in epoxy keeps the shock-resistant Turbo M208E charger completely waterproof over the long haul. Small enough to carry anywhere, the unit measures 6.5" X 4.5" X 2.5", weighs only 5.4 lbs. and has two 5' long output cables. An LED indicator shows power, charge status and charging mode, as well as warning of over-voltage or overheating.

Safety features of the Turbo M208E include protection against ignition, overheating, over-current, over-voltage, reverse polarity and short circuit. Constructed in accordance to marine UL 1236, the charger complies with FCC Class A and IP65. Protected by a two-year warranty, the Turbo M208E retails for $99.

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