ProMariner - Galco Industrial Electronics

ProMariner - Galco Industrial Electronics
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
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Global AC Input
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ProNauticP Series Instruction Manual
Models
Part No.
Amperage
Banks
Volts
ProNautic1210P
ProNautic1215P
ProNautic1220P
ProNautic1230P
ProNautic1240P
ProNautic1250P
ProNautic1260P
ProNautic2420P
ProNautic2430P
63110
63115
63120
63130
63140
63150
63160
63170
63180
10 Amps
15 Amps
20 Amps
30 Amps
40 Amps
50 Amps
60 Amps
20 Amps
30 Amps
2 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
3 Banks
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the ProNauticP Series Chargers.
Please save and read all safety, operating and installation instructions before installing or applying
AC power to your ProNauticP Charger.
Your Satisfaction is Important to Us!
Please call our Customer Care Department at +1-800-824-0524 from 8:30 am to 5 pm Eastern
Time for any service or installation assistance. Thank you - ProMariner Customer Care
PLEASE RECORD YOUR:
Model Number: _______________Serial Number: _______________ Date of Purchase: _______________
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Table of Contents
Introduction...2-3
CAUTIONS, WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS… 4-8
Installation...9-12
Setup and Operation… 13-17
Programming...18-19
Troubleshooting... 20
Maintenance...21
Dimensions...22-24
Typical Wiring Configuration... Typical Battery Capacity... Warranty Information... Multi-Language Remote Instructions... 25-27
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Unpacking and Inspection:
Thoroughly inspect your ProNauticP unit. The package should contain the following:
1) ProNauticP Charger
2) Parts package including:
a. Owners/Installation manual
b. Warranty Card
c. Temperature Probe
DAMAGE – If any parts are missing or damaged, or the unit has been damaged in
shipping contact ProMariner Customer Service at 1-800-824-0524, please do not
take it back to place of purchase.
DO NOT attempt to install or operate the unit if it has been damaged in any way.
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Introduction
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ProNautic
12• 60 P
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
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ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
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AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
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Active PFC
Variable Speed Cooling
0%
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2
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charger Mode
Self Test
5
100%
Charger Output
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Standby
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
OK
Flooded
Reverse Polarity
Fault
Sealed
DC Volts Low
AGM
DC Volts High
GEL
SETUP
ENTER
Charger High Temp
LiFePO4-Lithium
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Check Fan
Calcium/Custom
DISPLAY WAKE UP: Press any key; SELF TEST: Hold all keys 5 seconds
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING
TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES.
AVANT D’OUVRIR LA BOITE, COUPER LE COURANT. NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING
DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT BATTERIES.TURN
(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D’OUVRIR LA
BOITE DECONNECTER LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
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1. Cooling Vent 6. AC and DC Connection Cover
2. Amperage Out Display 7. DC Side Terminations
3. Percentage of Outputs Used 8. AC Side Terminations
4. Faults 9. Voltage Out Display
5. Charging Profile Selected 10. ABYC Recommended Bonding Stud
12 Volt Models
10 Amps 15 Amps 20 Amps 30 Amps 40 Amps 50 Amps
60 Amps
PP1210 – 2 Output PP1215 – 3 Outputs PP1220 – 3 Outputs PP1230 – 3 Outputs PP1240 – 3 Outputs PP1250 – 3 Outputs
PP1260 – 3 Outputs
24 Volt Models
20 Amps PP2420 – 3 Outputs
30 Amps PP2430 – 3 Outputs
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Introduction
Thank you from all of us at Professional Mariner, LLC and congratulations on the recent
purchase of your ProNauticP Series On-Board Marine Battery Charger. The ProNauticP
On-Board Marine Battery Charger is the latest in advanced microprocessor controlled battery
charging technology and is ideal for: cuddy, cruiser, sail, house boats, yachts commercial
offshore and sport fishing boats.
The ProNauticP Series is designed to be installed in an area where the charger will NOT be
subjected to water. Recommended installation is in an engine room or dry compartments
where 6 inches of clearance on all sides is available.
The ProNauticP Series On-Board Marine Battery Charger incorporates industry leading
technology, delivering fully automatic and sequential multi-stage charging that provides
electronically controlled charging, conditioning and maintenance of all batteries and or
banks connected.
High Line Features:
Power Factor Correction - This ensures efficient operation of the unit regardless of the
quality of the power input.
Automatic Global AC Input - This unit has been designed for 120/230 VAC operation
at 60Hz (US) and 50Hz. (European & Australia)
Digital Information Center - Displays real-time state of charge, charge mode and
voltage/amperage in an easy to read format.
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Multiple Battery Type Charging Capability - User selected battery types including
new technologies such as Lithium (LiFePO4) as well as a custom setting to manually
select the desired voltages.
Selectable Power Level - Adjust amperage draw of the unit to prevent it from competing
with other appliances when only a lower amperage shore / station power hookup is available.
Conservation Energy Saver Mode - After fully charging and conditioning batteries,
ProNauticP’s Energy Saver Mode will monitor and Auto Maintain batteries only when needed,
maintaining a full state of charge. This significantly reduces AC power consumption while
lowering operating costs and maximizing reserve power performance.
Standard Features:
Fully Automatic – Charge rates and battery maintenance automatically controlled based on
battery chemistry selected. Automatically selects between charge, conditioning and ready.
Stylish and compact on-board marine charger:
Expanded LED operation status center with fault indicators
Easy to navigate 3 button command center
Electronic variable speed cooling
No drip shield required venting design
DC cable organizer
AC cable organizer
ABYC recommended bonding system connection
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Warning
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
WARNING: Please don’t recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
DO NOT attempt to install or operate the unit if it has been damaged in any way.
IMPORTANT NOTICE – PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL BEFORE
INSTALLING YOUR PRONAUTIC P SERIES CHARGER.
This manual is written to assist in the installation of your new ProNauticP Series Charger;
however, since this is a permanent AC and DC hardwired installation, ProMariner strongly
recommends that a Certified Marine Electrical Technician® trained by the American Boat and
Yacht Council (ABYC) perform the installation. The ProNauticP Series unit you have purchased
was constructed to the safety standards of the ABYC to prevent fire and electrocution; the
installation must conform to these same industry standards. For more information on ABYC,
their Standards and Technical Information reports for Small Craft and to find a certified
technician near you, visit www.abyc.com.
CAUTION: To preclude a safety hazard, all existing AC and DC electrical components
(e.g. wire, fuses, circuit breakers, battery switches, and connections) must be inspected
for proper condition prior to installation. Failure to confirm adequate condition and proper
installation to ABYC standard E-11 AC & DC electrical systems on board boats may result in
a dangerous condition and/or premature failure of this or other installed electrical components.
Any and all areas of the existing system that are found not in compliance with ABYC E-11
must be replaced prior to installation.
CAUTION: If you are replacing an existing battery charger please disconnect the battery
charger output cables from the existing charger AND the battery(s). Do not use existing
cables if they are not in compliance with the sizes detailed in this manual. If you have any
doubt about your ability to fuse and wire this unit correctly PLEASE refer to www.abyc.com
for a list of certified electricians in your area that are qualified to perform this installation to
the ABYC standards.
Important Notice: FCC Class B Notification & International Standards Compliance
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications.
Designed, Constructed and Tested to:
UL 1236 SB, CSA C22.2-107.2, FCC Class B and CEC
EN60335-1/2-29, EN60335-2-29, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Complies w/ ABYC A-31, AC Input Power Factor Corrected,
Meets EN61000-302:2000 + A2:2005
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Safety Certified by:
To Standards:
UL 1236 SB
CSA C22.2-107.2
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Warning
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE / ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES. AVANT D’OUVRIR LA BOITE,
COUPER LE COURANT.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE / ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT
BATTERY(S).(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D’OUVRIR LA BOITE DECONNECTER
LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING / AVERTISSEMENT :
DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY / NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES
CAUTION:
- HOT SURFACES - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BURNS, DO NOT TOUCH.
- CHARGE ONLY USER SELECTABLE TYPE BATTERIES (FLOODED, AGM, GEL OR CALCIUM) OTHER TYPES OF
BATTERIES MAY BURST CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY AND DAMAGE
- RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS. RETURN TO MANUFACTURER FOR SERVICING
- THIS CHARGER IS MEANT FOR CONTINUOUS DUTY
- IGNITION PROTECTED
- FOR MARINE USE
ATTENTION :
- SURFACES CHAUDE-NE PAS TOUCHER, RISQUES DE BRULURES
- UTILISER POUR ATTENTION: CHARGER UNIQUEMENT LES BATTERIES DU TYPE (PLOMB/ACIDE OU PLOMB/
GEL/ AGM ET BATTERIE AU CALCIUM). D’AUTRES TYPES DE BATTERIES POURRAIENT ÉCLATER ET CAUSER DES
BLESSURES OU DOMMAGES
- RISQUE DE CHOCS ELECTRIQUE-RETOURNER AU FABRIQUANT POUR SERVICE.
- CE CHARGEUR EST FABRIQUE POUR LE DEVOIR CONTINU
- PROTÉGÉ CONTRE L’EXPLOSION
- POUR UTILIZATION MARINE
Before connecting to batteries or AC power, read all instructions and cautionary markings
on the battery charger and batteries. Do not discard this manual, save it for future reference.
EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS TO CHARGER SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UNITED STATES COAST
GUARD ELECTRICAL REGULATIONS (33CFR183, SUB PART 1).
1. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS - This manual contains important safety, operating and installation
instructions for the ProNauticP Series Battery Charger. Do not discard this manual, save it
for future reference.
2. Do not expose charger to rain or snow.
3. Use of attachments not recommended or sold by Professional Mariner, LLC will void
warranty and may result in a risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury.
4. Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, direct hit of force, been dropped
or otherwise damaged in any way.
5. Do not disassemble the battery charger. If service or repair is required please contact customer
service at 1-800-824-0524. Incorrect reassembly may result in a risk of electric shock or fire.
6. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, remove 120 volt or 240 volt AC shore power. Also remove
DC battery connections prior to any maintenance or cleaning. Turning off controls will not reduce
this risk.
WARNING: AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM FIRE, EXPLOSION OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK
- Make connection in an open atmosphere free of explosive fumes.
- Make connection in a secure manner that will avoid contact with water.
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Important Safety Instructions
7. WARNING – RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES.
a) WORKING IN THE VICINITY OF A LEAD-ACID BATTERY IS DANGEROUS. BATTERIES GENERATE
EXPLOSIVE GASES DURING NORMAL BATTERY OPERATION. FOR THIS REASON, IT IS OF
UTMOST IMPORTANCE THAT EACH TIME BEFORE USING YOUR CHARGER, YOU READ THIS
MANUAL AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY.
b) To reduce risk of battery explosion, follow these instructions and those published by battery
manufacturer and manufacturer of any equipment you intend to use in vicinity of a battery(s).
Review cautionary markings on these products.
8. PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS
a) Someone should be within the range of your voice or close enough to come to your aid
when working near a Lead-acid battery.
b) Have plenty of soap and water nearby in case battery acid comes in contact with skin,
clothes or eyes.
c) Wear complete eye protection and clothing protection. Avoid touching eyes while working
near battery(s).
d) If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap and water. If acid
enters eye, immediately flood eye with running cold water for at least 10 minutes and get
medical attention immediately.
e) NEVER smoke or allow a spark or flame in the vicinity of a battery or engine.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of injury, charge only the battery types shown on
the ProNauticP user interface label i.e. Lead-acid type rechargeable batteries (Flooded,
Sealed Flooded, GEL (Gelled Electrolyte Lead-acid) or AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat)). Other
types of batteries may burst, causing personal injury. The ProNauticP is factory set for
Sealed Flooded (Lead-acid) batteries.
f) Incorrect assembly may result in electrical shock or fire.
g) Be extra cautious to reduce risk of dropping a metal tool onto a battery, it might spark or
short-circuit the battery or other electrical hardware that may cause a fire or explosion.
h) Remove all personal metal items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, watches and
jewelry when working near a battery. A battery can produce a short circuit current high
enough to weld a ring or any other metal, causing serious burns.
i) Do not use the battery charger to charge dry cell batteries that are commonly used with
home appliances i.e. a cordless power drill battery. These batteries may burst and cause
injury to persons and damage to property.
j) NEVER charge a frozen battery.
9. PERSONAL SAFETY WHILE PREPARING TO CHARGE BATTERIES ON-BOARD
OR OFF-BOARD
a) If necessary to remove a battery(s) from a boat to charge, always remove the
negative (-) grounded terminal from battery first. Make sure all accessories in the boat
are off, so as not to cause an arc.
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b) Be sure the area around the charger and batteries is well ventilated while the batteries
are being charged. Gases can be forcefully blown away using a piece of cardboard or other
nonmetallic material as a fan.
c) When cleaning battery terminals wear full eye protection to prevent corrosive material from
coming in contact with eyes.
d) Add distilled water (not tap or bottled water that contain minerals) in each cell until
electrolyte reaches the levels specified by the battery manufacturer. Do not overfill. For batteries
without fill caps, carefully follow manufacturer’s recharging instructions.
e) Study all battery manufacturer’s specific precautions such as removing cell caps while
charging and recommended rates of charge.
f) Determine battery type / charge profile for battery(s) by referring to the boat owner’s manual /
electrical equipment(s) package and or the manufacturer’s specifications located on each battery.
Make sure Battery Type and Charge Profile are properly selected before charging your batteries.
NOTE: The ProNauticP Series models are required to be mounted in the vertical position.
NOTE: This is a dry compartment unit intended not to come in contact with water. When mounting
the charger please ensure water intrusion is not possible as it is not covered under warranty.
DO NOT install in an open cockpit or deck where water is a factor.
NOTE: ProMariner highly recommends that this unit be installed by an ABYC Certified Electrical
Technician. Guidance from ABYC E-11 AC & DC electrical systems on board boats and ABYC A-31
battery chargers and inverters is offered throughout this manual to ensure a safe, trouble free
installation. Please re-read the PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS section of this manual prior to installation.
This unit has been designed for PERMANENT INSTALLATION ONLY Install this unit
according to these instructions. Powering this unit through a plug-and-socket configuration
will void your warranty and may create a serious electric shock hazard.
LOCATION - This unit must be located in a dry, well-ventilated area, free from unsecured
hardware. Do not mount the unit directly above or below batteries to prevent corrosive
electrolyte or gasses from damaging the unit.
LOCATION - MOUNTING - This unit must be mounted securely to an appropriate surface
(e.g. plywood bulkhead, cored fiberglass hull structure) and through-bolted if possible.
LOCATION - In addition, the following should be considered when choosing a location:
1) Placement of the optional remote panel–ensure the cable is long enough to reach
the desired location (generally in proximity to the main panel board) and is not routed
near exhaust or in an area where it can be damaged.
2) Service - Remember, there are items on this unit that should be routinely checked
(connections, LED Status Center) ensure that there is ample room to address these
issues. Also consider space to adequately swing a standard wrench. Contact between
a live component and a metallic fuel line can be extremely dangerous. A minimum of 6
inches of clearance on each side must be maintained.
3) Cable Routing - The size of the DC cabling used is dependent upon the proximity to the
battery(s) being charged. When deciding on a location, this should be a consideration.
Consult the DC cable size table further on in this manual when planning your installation.
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Important Safety Instructions 4) Battery Location - This unit can not be mounted directly above or below a battery due
to the corrosive nature of the gasses and electrolyte. Take care to ensure that spillage
of electrolyte can be contained in a proper battery box or tray in the event of a leak
and that the corrosive gas given off during the use and charge cycles cannot come
into contact with the unit.
5) Temperature - note installation is permitted in an environment of 45° C (113° F)
maximum. Otherwise, it may result in output reduction to protect internal components
and the performance of the unit. Check intended installation spaces before installing
to prevent unit thermal shutdown. Please note ProMariner recommends at least 6” of
clearance space around all sides and the front of the charger for proper cooling.
CAUTION - To preclude a safety hazard, all existing AC and DC electrical components (e.g. wire,
fuses, circuit breakers, battery switches, and connections) must be inspected for proper condition
prior to installation. Failure to confirm adequate condition and proper installation to ABYC standard
E-11 AC & DC electrical systems on-board boats may result in a dangerous condition and/or premature
failure of this or other installed electrical components. Any and all areas of the existing system that are
found not in compliance with ABYC E-11 must be replaced prior to installation. See www.abyc.com
for a limited use copy of E-11 and the other applicable standards.
CAUTION If you are replacing an existing battery charger please disconnect the battery
charger output cables from the existing charger AND the battery(s). Do not use existing cables
if they are not in compliance with the sizes detailed in this manual. If you have any doubt
about your ability to fuse and wire this unit correctly PLEASE refer to www.abyc.com for a list
of certified electricians in your area that are qualified to perform this installation to the ABYC
standards.
WARNING: AC Installations have the potential to cause serious injury or death, installations should
be performed by an ABYC Certified Electrical Technician to insure a safe and trouble free installation.
24 Volt Systems - This manual is written describing 12V installations, for 24V installations
always make sure you have a 24V ProNauticP Charger and that your batteries are configured
as a 24 volt system. Each bank requires a separate 24V positive connection to the charger.
Grounding
AC GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS - The Ground (GND) terminal of the AC input connector
must be connected to the AC grounding system at the AC ground buss.
DC GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS - The external case grounding stud should be connected to
the vessel’s Bonding System which is connected to the Boats DC negative terminal. Please
refer to ABYC A-31.
AC INSTALLATION MATERIALS AND CONNECTIONS
WARNING: ENSURE MAIN BREAKER IS OFF AND SHORE/STATION POWER IS
DISCONNECTED!
If the AC Shore power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or
assembly available from the manufacturer of the vessel or service agent.
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CAUTION : Make sure AC Shore Power is Disconnected from the Boat and there is no
presence of AC Power prior to installation. For new installations always connect Batteries as the
LAST STEP. If you are replacing an existing battery charger please disconnect the battery charger
output cables from the existing charger AND the battery(s). Do not use existing cables if they are
not in compliance with the sizes detailed in this manual. If you have any doubt about your ability
to fuse and wire this unit correctly PLEASE refer to for a list of certified electricians in your area
that are qualified to perform this installation to the ABYC Standards.
1. Permanent Installation and Circuit Protection - This charger is designed for permanent
installation, the AC must be permanently wired to the circuit breaker (dedicated or a branch
breaker in a panel) in order to avoid serious injury or death.The following table indicates
which breaker & conductor size is appropriate for the model installed. Use only UL 1426
“Boat Cable” with a jacket temperature rating of 105°C, this is commonly available at any
marine supply store. Do not use solid cable, speaker wire or welding cable.
Note: Common Breaker sizes are 5, 10, 15, 20 amp for example if charger is listed below as
6 Amp at 120/230 VAC please use a 10 amp breaker.
AC Breaker Sizing
Charger Model
ProNautic1210P
ProNautic1215P
ProNautic1220P
ProNautic1230P
ProNautic1240P
ProNautic1250P*
ProNautic1260P*
ProNautic2420P
ProNautic2430P*
110-120
volt breaker
5 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
220-250
volt breaker
5 Amp
5 Amp
5 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
10 Amp
AC conductor
size
16 AWG
16 AWG
16 AWG
16 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
14 AWG
* These units (1250, 1260, 2430,) require the installation of a split ferrite unit included in
the package. It is installed on the AC input cable as shown below.
2. Connections – Using ring or captive spade
connections and the proper crimping tool, attach
the Line – Neutral – Ground to the appropriate
terminals on the charger (Note: Label above
AC connector is color coded to ensure proper
installation). Repeat this procedure for the
breaker side of the install. Support cable every
18” and protect from sharp edges and chafing
when passing through bulkheads, and other
openings all according to ABYC E-11.
3. Split Ferrite - This split ferrite unit is included
with models 1250, 1260 and 2430. It must be
installed such that all of the AC cabling passes
through it as shown. The split ferrite is to be
installed immediately before the AC cable enters
the charger.
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Please note DC organizer is color
coded ensuring proper polarity
connections are made.
1. Choosing Conductors – Unlike AC
conductors, DC is sensitive to voltage
drop, the longer the round trip, the larger
the conductor needs to be. Follow the
table below for your installation. Like AC,
use only UL 1426 “Boat Cable” with a
jacket temperature rating of 105° C this is
commonly available at any marine supply
store. Do not use solid cable, speaker wire
or welding cable.
12 Volt 10 Amp
Length of conductor to and from power source
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
14
12
10
10
10
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
12
10
10
8
8
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
10
10
8
6
6
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
10
8
6
6
4
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
8
6
6
4
4
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
6
6
4
4
2
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
6
4
4
2
2
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
14
12
10
10
10
Wire length
10’
15’
20’
25’
30’
AWG
12
10
10
8
8
12 Volt 15 Amp
12 Volt 20 Amp
12 Volt 30 Amp
12 Volt 40 Amp
12 Volt 50 Amp
12 Volt 60 Amp
24 Volt 20 Amp
24 Volt 30 Amp
NOTE: Larger DC cables (generally 4 AWG and larger) require specialty tools to ensure
proper termination with ring terminals. DO NOT solder terminals of any size.
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2. Fuse Selection - As illustrated in the diagram, each positive conductor from the charger to the
battery/battery bank must be fused. Choose a fuse that is 10 amps higher than the charger output (e.g.
60 amps, choose a fuse of 70 amps). These fuses come in a variety of sizes and types. When choosing
the proper fuse consider the connection to the DC cable (inline types for smaller amperages, stud and
nut connections for larger amperages) as well as the availability of replacements. Fuses and holders
are available through ProMariner or your local marine supply store.
3. Ground - This is extremely important and often overlooked. There is one common battery
ground with the positive battery connections on the ProNauticP. There is also a “Chassis Ground”.
a. Battery Negative - As shown in the diagram, this is connected to a bus bar or terminal
stud (not included) that can handle, at a minimum the amperage of the charger output
(1260 = 60 amp minimum). This conductor shall be of equal size to the DC positive conductor
chosen above. The battery negative terminals are connected to this bus bar or terminal stud.
b. Bonding Stud A.K.A Chassis Ground - This stud is connected to the boats bonding system
as well as the bus bar or terminal stud mentioned above. This conductor is permitted to be
one size smaller than the DC positive conductor chosen above; in the case of a DC to the
case fault, this conductor is critical in carrying the fault current to trip the fuse or breaker,
the AC ground CAN NOT handle high DC amperages.
4. Empty Charger Banks - In the event of an empty charger bank there is no need to use a jumper as
done with traditional chargers. Simply leave the DC positive unloaded and the unit will perform correctly.
Remote Temperature Sensor Probe
The ProNauticP comes standard with a
temperature probe that is plug and play. The
temperature probe must be connected while
the charger is powered down or before it is
connected to the breaker during installation.
For best performance, attach the probe to the
negative terminal of the “house” battery/bank.
Probe Connections:
Battery End (ring terminal) – Connect to the NEGATIVE terminal of the battery.
Charger End – Attach the “phone” style plug into the charger port labeled “Temp Sense”.
Note: Once the temperature sensor is connected the charger will adjust its charge based on
the batteries temperature. This is known as thermal compensation, where the charger will cut
back if necessary to increase battery life. This is especially useful for AGM and GEL batteries
which are inherently temperature sensitive.
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Installation
Optional Remote Installation
A remote panel is available for your ProNauticP Charger.
The remote is provided with a cable and a network-type plug
connector. Pay careful attention to the routing of the cable.
Avoid sources of heat and possible chafe when routing.
With the charger powered down, connect the cable to
the remote port on the ProNauticP.
Pro M a r i n e r
™
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
Power
Fault
Backlight
Alarm
Setup
Enter
Pre-Setup Mode Overview
L
PR
bc (Battery Charger) Default Operation Overview:
This ProNauticP is now constructed with the most power efficient technology available for a battery
charger providing both charging and maintaining capability.This overall design and efficiency will
reduce the overall operating cost of the unit by conserving AC power when it is not needed, while
providing perfect battery maintenance and overall superior DC system performance.
AR DIGIT
The combination of sophisticated hardware and software includes the detection of
OM
A
energy
the presence of one or more batteries connected to the ProNautic.
saving
NOTE: If there is no battery connected, the battery charger will not operate.
See PS (Power Supply) mode selection below.
technology
CE
BC
C LIS TED
™
PS (Power Supply) Selectable Mode Operation Overview:
In the event you would like to use your ProNauticP as a power supply without a battery in the system
you may do so simply by selecting the Power Supply (PS) mode during the initial startup phase.
This mode will allow the ProNauticP to power 12 Volt or 24 Volt (model specific) devices directly
without a battery connected.
Selecting PS (Power Supply) Mode Operation During AC Power On Start Up Overview :
When AC power is applied or when the Self Test function is initiated the numerical displays will
first display “888” to indicate all segments of the displays are working, and then the display will
indicate either “bc” (Battery Charger) or “PS” (Power Supply) for 7 seconds. After 7 Seconds
the ProNauticP will default to its “bc” (Battery Charger) mode of operation or the
previouslyprogrammed function.
Note: The ProNauticP Charger will default to the Sealed Battery Type Charge profile (for both
“bc” and “PS” modes of operation). You may also select any of the other battery type profiles
in this mode. See Selecting Battery Type in the programming section of this manual.
If during the AC Power start-up you would like to select the “PS” (Power Supply) mode of operation
you may do so during the 7 seconds window while the display is indicating “bc” by:
1. Push either the or key to toggle between “bc” and “PS”
2. While the display reads “PS” press SETUP/ENTER
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
AC Power
AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
Variable Speed Cooling
1
2
3
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charger Mode
Self Test
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
0%
Standby
Charger Output
100%
Variable Speed Cooling
0%
1
2
3
Battery Health Program
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Charger Mode
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
Self Test
OK
OK
Fault
Fault
Standby
Charger Output
100%
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
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Setup and Operation
Check List
Verify AC connections are correct (L, N, G) and secure
Verify DC connections (+,–) are correct and secure
Verify DC protective cover is installed
Connect shore/station power
Turn on main AC breaker
Turn on charger AC breaker
Verify LED’s indicators are correct (see Setup and Operation section)
Please fully read the set up and operation section of this manual to begin using your installed and configured
ProNauticP Series charger.
Verify shore power/station is connected and main AC breaker is in the ON position.
Apply power to your ProNauticP Series charger by switching on branch circuit power. The charger
will immediately come on with all LEDs lit while it performs a system check. Once complete the LED
display will indicate the default BC (Battery Charger) operation as it enters the charging mode, DC
voltage will increase.
LED indicators on the charger are as follows:
Feature
LED Color
Function
AC power
blue
indicates power is applied
Auto temp control
green
with remote temp sensor connected
Active PFC
green
pfc active (see features section)
Volts
display system voltage
equal to the charge in the selected profile
Amps
display output amperage
based on state of charge
Charger output
percentage of charge
based on state of charge
Self test
blue
if self test was initiated
OK
green
following successful self test
Auto Maintain
green
based on state of charge
Charge
green
based on state of charge
Conditioning
green
based on state of charge
Once the batteries have reached programmed voltage, the ProNauticP will automatically switch
to conditioning mode, then to Auto Maintain mode once programmed voltage/time is met, these
states will be indicated by the LED’s on the charger or the optional remote.
The Remote (if equipped) will display real-time voltage/amperage and state-of-charge information,
detailed programming and display information can be found in the operation section.
The ProNauticP requires no further attention. Once properly installed and programmed the
ProNauticP is designed for years of trouble free use with minimal attention. For periodic checks,
see the maintenance section.
Note: In the event you change the battery chemistry please refer to the setup and operation section of this manual to
reconfigure your charger.
Setup
NOTE: Factory Default charging profile is Sealed 2 (13.6 VDC Conditioning, 13.2-13.6 VDC Auto Maintain)
BATTERY TYPES - A word on battery types and the ProMariner ProNauticP. As noted in the Battery
Selection Table in the FEATURES section of this manual, this unit can handle 7 different types
of commonly available batteries. Batteries are a consumable component and will, at some point,
require replacement. Different batteries are charged with dramatically different charging profiles.
A change in battery type upon replacement will require resetting of the battery type on the
ProNauticP Charger. Identifying the battery type (available on the battery or by contacting the battery
manufacturer) and setting the ProNauticP Charger accordingly
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Setup and Operation
is a crucial step in ensuring your batteries longevity. ProMariner has pre-programmed the
available settings for optimum care of whatever type of battery you find suits your application.
DO NOT GUESS! If you are unsure of your battery type, contact the manufacturer of the battery.
Damage caused by an incorrect setting is not covered under warranty.
POWER FACTOR CORRECTION – GLOBAL AC INPUT
Designed to work with an automatic wide range AC input voltage of 100 to 250 VAC and 50-60
Hz allowing all models to operate off of a standard household power connection.
CHARGING RATES – The ProNauticP Charger provides multi stage charging (Charging,
Conditioning and Auto Maintain) as indicated in the features section. Auto Maintain (Energy
Conservation Mode) - When charger has properly charged and conditioned the batteries, it will
enter its Auto Maintain (Energy Conservation Mode). In this Mode the charger will monitor and
Auto Maintain the battery voltages as listed in the battery types chart on page 17 of the user
manual. During this Auto Conservation Mode the Standby LED will be on - to view full display,
including voltage and current, press any function button. This will place the unit in a continuing
maintenance mode. During extended periods of non-use, Battery Health Mode will initiate every
21 days ensuring fully conditioned batteries which will be ready to go.
RECONDITON/EQUALIZATION – This feature is only recommended for traditional capped and
vented lead acid type batteries, and will only operate when those types of batteries are selected,
and the user initiates the feature. This process uses high voltage over a short period of time to
remove sulphates from the batteries plates. The process “equalizes” the flooded cells and mixes
the electrolyte, significantly extending your battery life. Please ensure before you begin this
process that the batteries are topped off with distilled water. This function is recommended no
more than 4 times per year.
Note: It is recommended to disconnect all 12VDC electronics and monitor the batteries while
equalizing as this increases battery gassing and increase the temperature of the battery.
POWER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT – Adjusting the level of available power used by the charger
allows other equipment on board to continue to run when you encounter a low power
situation such as a 50 amp panel connected to a 30 amp shore/station power connection.
! STOP
BEFORE USING YOUR PRONAUTIC P CHARGER READ AND FOLLOW THE BELOW
CHECKLIST:
NOTE: Install by referring to the Installation section of this manual OR, as recommended by
ProMariner, have your ProNauticP Charger installed by a certified ABYC electrical technician
Begin with the ProNauticP Charger circuit breaker and main shore/station power breaker in
the OFF position.
Ensure that all over current protection (e.g. fuses and/or circuit breakers) are ready for use,
not blown or tripped.
Verify all connections are tight, corrosion free and of good integrity.
With AC power applied (ProNauticP Charger breaker and shore/station power main ON),
observe the following on the Status Indicator Center:
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Setup and Operation
LED Status Indicator Center
Feature
AC power
Auto temp control
Active PFC
Volts
Amps
Charger output
Self test
OK
Auto Maintain
Charge
Conditioning
LED Color
blue
green
green
display system voltage
display output amperage
percentage of charge
blue
green
green
green
green
Function
with remote temp sensor connected
equal to the charge in the selected profile
based on state of charge
based on state of charge
if self test was initiated
following successful self test
based on state of charge
based on state of charge
based on state of charge
NOTE: This LED configuration indicates that the charger is functioning normally and does not
need any further attention. If the RED “Fault” LED illuminates ,or any of the “Charger Conditions”
LED’s are illuminated, consult the Troubleshooting section of this manual.
OPERATIONAL NOTE: Your ProNauticP Charger has built in safety features that can cause the unit
to shut down if it senses out of parameter operations such as over-voltage and high temperatures.
See the Troubleshooting section of this manual for more details in the event this occurs.
Optional Remote Display
Optional Remote
Power LED
Fault LED
Backlight button
Alarm Button
Setup
Enter
^
blue
indicates power is ON
red
indicates a fault
toggle between ON and OFF by pushing repeatedly, default is ON
toggle between silent and audible by pushing repeatedly, default is audible
toggle between silent and audible by pushing repeatedly, default is audible
selects both “scrolling mode” and activates chosen feature
(see optional remote programming section)
controls for scrolling in “scroll mode”
^
When the optional remote is installed, it will display the current status of the charger along
with the voltage and amperage.
1. The blue LED is illuminated when the power is ON
2. BACKLIGHT can be set to ON or OFF by toggling the BACKLIGHT button, default is ON
3. ALARM can be silenced or audible by toggling the ALARM button, default is audible
4. During the Auto Maintain (Energy Conservation Mode) only the Power, Auto Maintain and
Standby LED will be on - to view full display, including voltage and current, press any
function button
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Setup and Operation
The ProNauticP is a fully automatic battery charger. The features listed below can be
selected during initial set-up (see Programming section) or upon a new battery installation.
Normal operation does not require any intervention from the user. See the Maintenance
section for information on periodic checks.
ProMarDigital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
0%
1
2
Standby
Charger Mode
Self Test
Fault
100%
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
Preset-1
OK
Charger Output
3
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Preset-2
Variable Speed Cooling
SETUP
ENTER
Flooded
Reverse Polarity
Sealed
DC Volts Low
AGM
DC Volts High
GEL
Charger High Temp
LiFePO4-Lithium
Check Fan
Calcium/Custom
DISPLAY WAKE UP: Press any key; SELF TEST: Hold all keys 5 seconds
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING
TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES.
AVANT D'OUVRIR LA BOITE, COUPER LE COURANT. NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING
DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT BATTERIES.
(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D'OUVRIR LA
BOITE DECONNECTER LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
On-Unit LED Indicators and Digital Displays
Feature
AC power
Auto temp control
LED Color
Blue
Green
Active PFC
Green
Variable speed
cooling (1,2,3)
Amber
Function
AC power applied
Temperature control feature (cooling fan)
active, red flashing if high-temp causes
unit shutdown (see troubleshooting)
ON when AC power light is on, indicating
power factor correction is functioning
Indicates speed of fan during auto temp control
(feature standard on 20amp and above units).
Charger Mode
Charge
Green
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Green
Green
Equalization
Red
Self test
Blue
OK
Fault
Green
Red
Charger is in charge mode, actively charging
the battery(s) (bulk charge)
The unit is in absorption charge mode
The charger is in Auto Maintain
(Energy Conservation Mode)
Equalization charge has been initiated by user
(flooded batteries ONLY, see setup)
Charger is performing a system check
initiated by start-up or manually
Indicates successful self test
Indicates a fault (see troubleshooting
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Setup and Operation
Charger Service Conditions
DC output service
(reverse polarity)
DC volts low
DC volts high
Red
Charger high temp
Check fan
Amber
Red
Indicates a reverse polarity situation
(see troubleshooting)
DC system voltage is less than 11.0 VDC
Indicates a high DC voltage from an outside source
such as a failed alternator/regulator
Charger has shutdown due to high temperature
Fan failure
Amber
Red
Auto Conservation Mode
Standby
Amber
Battery Health
Program
Amber
After charging and conditioning batteries ProNautic
will initiate Auto Maintain (Energy Conservation
Mode) which monitors and Auto-maintains batteries.
After 21 days of Auto Maintaining the charger
simulates a start-up charge mode
Digital Displays
Volts/amps
Charger output
Displays actual voltage/amperage used by the unit
Displays the actual vs available charge rate by percentage
User Selectable Battery Types
Preset 1 Profiles
Preset 2 Profiles
Battery Type
Conditioning
VDC
Auto Maintain
VDC Range
Conditioning
VDC
Auto Maintain
VDC Range
Flooded
Sealed
AGM
GEL
LiFePO4 - Lithium
Calcium/Custom
Equalization
14.8 VDC
14.4 VDC
14.4 VDC
14.0 VDC
13.8 VDC
15.1 VDC
15.5 VDC
12.8-13.6 VDC
12.8-13.6 VDC
13.0-13.4 VDC
13.2-13.7 VDC
13.2-13.8 VDC
13.2-13.6 VDC
15.5 VDC
14.7 VDC
14.6 VDC
14.6 VDC
14.4 VDC
14.6 VDC
Prgm VDC*
15.5 VDC
12.8-13.4 VDC
12.8-13.4 VDC
13.0-13.6 VDC
13.2-13.8 VDC
13.2-14.6 VDC
Prgm VDC*
15.5 VDC
* Default: Conditioning = 13.6 VDC; Auto Maintain = 13.2-13.6 VDC
Auto Maintain (Energy Conservation Mode) - When charger has properly charged and conditioned the batteries,
it will enter its Auto Maintain (Energy Conservation Mode). In this Mode the charger will monitor and Auto
Maintain the battery voltages as listed in the battery types chart above. During this Auto Conservation Mode
the Standby LED will be on - to view full display, including voltage and current, press any function
button. This will place the unit in a continuing maintenance mode. During extended periods of non-use,
Battery Health Mode will initiate every 21 days ensuring fully conditioned batteries which will be ready to go.
NOTE: Damage can result from improper use of the custom setting. Any damage experienced while using
this setting is the responsibility of the user and not covered by the Professional Mariner warranty. ALWAYS
consult the battery manufacturer if you are unsure of the battery chemistry or appropriate selection.
NOTE: For 24 volt models double the voltages shown above or refer to product label.
Lithium Battery Caution: There are many types of Lithium batteries with various charging requirements. Improper
charging can result in damage to the battery or catastrophic failure of the battery resulting in battery damage or
even fire in extreme cases. You should take extreme caution in the selection of your Lithium Battery system and the
all of the onboard charging methods used for this type of battery. The ProNauticP series only provides the bulk and
float charging voltage and current for this type of battery. The ProNauticP does not replace the required individual
cell management electronics required by lithium batteries. Consult your lithium battery supplier for details.
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Programming
SELECTING BATTERY TYPE
To select a battery type/charging profile perform the following:
1. Press and hold the SETUP/ENTER button for 5 seconds.
2. The current battery type and Voltage/Amperage displays will flash.
3. Use the and keys to select desired battery type.
4. The Volts and Amps readout will display the charge/conditioning and ready voltages
for each profile highlighted.
5. Press the SETUP/ENTER button to confirm selection, the LED will remain solid.
ADJUSTING THE CUSTOM BATTERY TYPE SELECTION
NOTE: *Damage can result from improper use of the custom setting. Any damage experienced
while using this setting is the responsibility of the user and not covered by the Professional Mariner
warranty. ALWAYS consult the battery manufacturer if you are unsure of the battery chemistry.
1. Follow above steps and select the “Custom” option
2. The Volts and Amps will display 13.6 (default at 13.6V)
3. The “Charge/Conditioning” LED will be blinking, indicating it can be changed
4. Use the and to select voltage up to 15.1.
5. Press the SETUP/ENTER button to confirm selection, the “Charge/Conditioning” LED
should be solid, the “Auto Maintain” LED should now be flashing
6. Use the and to select voltage up to 15.1.
7. Press the SETUP/ENTER button to confirm selection, the LED will remain solid
NOTE: During this process, real-time voltage and amperages will not be displayed.
SELF TEST MODE
1. Press and hold the SETUP/ENTER and the and buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds.
2. Only the “Self Test” LED will flash until the test is complete.
3. OK or Fault LED’s will be displayed, see the Troubleshooting section if the Fault LED
is illuminated.
EQUALIZATION
NOTE: This function is only recommended for flooded lead acid batteries and will only activate when
this type of battery is selected.
1. Use the and to select the Equalization LED.
2. Once selected press the and for 3 seconds.
3. The LED will remain solid, putting the unit in the equalization setting for 240 minutes.
4. Once complete, the charger will revert back to the previous setting.
POWER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
1. Hold the and buttons simultaneously for 15 seconds
2. Volts will display “PL” for Power Level
3. Press the to adjust the amperage display from 100, 75, 50, 25% output.
4. Press the SETUP/ENTER button to confirm selection.
NOTE: If no action is taken after 15 seconds, the unit reverts to 100% power.
FACTORY RESET
To return the unit to original factory settings (Sealed 2)
1. Follow steps 1 and 2 in the Selecting Battery Type section
2. Use the and keys until no battery type or equalization LED’s are illuminated.
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Programming
3. The Voltage and Amperage displays will show “FAC” “DEF” for factory default.
4. Press the SETUP/ENTER button to confirm selection, the charger will re-boot.
SELECTING THE POWER SUPPLY MODE
1. Initiate self-test by repowering unit or by pressing the SETUP/ENTER and
&
buttons simultaneously for 5 second
2. While the digital display is indicating either “bc” or “PS” push either or to
toggle the selection between “bc” and “PS”
3. While the display reads “PS” press SETUP/ENTER
The unit will remain in this mode unit it is reprogrammed.
PROGRAMMING USING THE OPTIONAL REMOTE
1. Pressing SETUP/ENTER displays “SCROLLING”
2. Using the and (directional) keys scroll through the below menu items,
3. Pressing SETUP/ENTER will activate each mode,
4. Using the directional keys again will display additional options to be selected,
press SETUP/ENTER when done
Remote Panel “Scrolling” Menu Options
1. Charger Name
2. Charger Status Displays
3. Battery Type Selection
4. Time to Absorption
5. Run time
6. Power Level
7. Battery Temperature
8. Charger Temperature
9. Transformer Temperature
10. Faults
11. Company Information
12. Total Run Time
13. Software revision
Displays charger model
Charging/Conditioning/Auto Maintain
Displays selected battery type
Displays time left in Absorption mode.
Displays units total run-time
Displays current power level, allows selection.
Displays battery temperature
Displays charger temperature
Displays transformer (AC side) temperature
Displays “No Faults Detected” OR allows scrolling through faults, if
present, once SETUP/ENTER is pressed, see the Troubleshooting section.
Displays Professional Mariner information
Displays log of total run time
Displays the current software version
Remote Shortcuts
Press and hold for 10 seconds to force into Auto Maintain mode
Press and hold for 15 seconds for direct access to power level mode
Press and hold for 5 seconds to initiate Self Test
Setup
Enter
Alarm
Setup
Enter
Press and hold for 5 seconds to initiate Self Test
NOTES:
*All remote modes/functions are identical to those described by using the on-charger controls.
*10 seconds of inactivity will cause the remote to revert to the previous setting.
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Troubleshooting
The ProNauticP includes advanced fault indication. Faults, if indicated, may require service
from ProMariner. For inquiries and service information Please call our Customer Care
Department line at 1-800-824-0524 from 8:30 am to 5 pm (Eastern Standard Time) for
any warranty, service or installation assistance you may need. Thank You
! THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE THE PRONAUTICP. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO DISSASEMBLE THE UNIT. EVIDENCE OF DISSASEMBLY WILL VOID
MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY.
The first step to any problem is resetting the ProNauticP unit by turning off the AC breaker
providing power, waiting at least 10 seconds and turning it back on again.
Review the Operations section for the meaning of the fault indicator and suggestions on how
to clear the fault.
Charger Fault (Service) Conditions
LED Label
LED Color
Fault
Reverse Polarity
Red
Indicates a reverse polarity situation
Check DC Connections, ensure positive + (RED) and negative - (BLACK and/or YELLOW)
connections are attached accordingly
DC Volts Low
Amber
DC system voltage is less than 11.0 VDC
Bring system voltage over 11.0 VDC, check battery(s) condition and replace as necessary.
DC Volts High
Red
Indicates a high DC voltage from an outside source
such as a failed alternator
Using a multi-meter check alternator(s) output, generally over 15VDC. Determine if fault exists
in regulator or alternator, solar panel, wind generator etc. Replace as needed.
Charger High Temp Amber
Charger has shut down due to high temperature
Generally this indicates that the unit has been installed in an area with a very high ambient temperature. This
unit is designed for use in an engine room, if installed in an engine compartment; ensure that there is proper
ventilation in the space for the charger and other temperature sensitive components. If the installation area
temperature is 45° C (113° F) or more, move charger or add ventilation to lower ambient temperature. The
recommended maximum ambient temperature for installation is 45° C. (113° F)
Check Fan
Red
Fan failure
Ensure that the cooling fan can move freely and that no debris is blocking the fan movement.
Persistent fan problems require service from ProMariner.
Red
Fault
Indicates a fault
Please contact ProMariner for service options.
Auto Temp Control Red flashing
High temp causes unit shutdown
See charger high temp above
Note: Installation is permitted in an environment of 45° C (113° F) and may result in output
of unit decreasing to protect the internal components and the performance of the unit.
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Maintenance
This unit is solid state and requires no constant adjustment or constant attention; however,
the following items should be checked:
Maintenance Item
Verify LED status panel shows no fault condition and indicates
normal operation.
Condition of fuses/breakers check for as-new condition on fuses
(e.g. no discoloration or corrosion) and that a breaker will manually
trip and reset.
Check for proper ventilation and that no debris has collected on
the fan shroud or items have been improperly stored around the
ProNauticP
Check battery terminal connections (both at battery and
the ProNauticP Charger) for corrosion, clean and reconnect
immediately upon signs of corrosion.
Per manufacturer’s instructions, check and top off batteries with
distilled water. Use of tap or bottled drinking water will damage
battery plates due to mineral content.
Check wire condition, overheating due to excessively long
or too small conductors will result in hardening of the insulation
or even burn marks at connections; If any of these signs exist,
immediately remedy the situation by installing the
proper conductors.
Start Up
Monthly
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Dimensions
ProNauticP 12volt 10-40 Amp and 24 volt 20 Amp Dimensions Inches (mm)
3 3/8” (85 mm)
7 3/4” (198 mm)
3 3/8” (85 mm)
3 1/2” (90 mm)
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
3 1/2” (90 mm)
8 1/2” (215 mm)
10 1/4” (260 mm)
ProNautic 12•40 P
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Dimensions
ProNauticP (12 volt) 50-60 Amp and (24 volt) 30 Amp Dimensions Inches (mm)
3 5/8” (93 mm)
7 3/4” (198mm)
ProNautic 12•60 P
3 5/8” (93 mm)
31/2” (90 mm)
8 1/2” (215 mm)
12 3/8” (315 mm)
5 1/8” (130 mm)
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
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Dimensions
1/2” (13 mm)
Optional Remote Dimensions Inches (mm)
3 1/2” (90 mm)
2 1/2” (62 mm)
3 1/2” (90 mm)
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Typical Wiring Configurations
Typical 3 Bank12 Volt DC Common Ground Installation:
ProNautic 12•60 P
Case Ground
1 Size Smaller than the +
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
Variable Speed Cooling
0%
1
2
Self Test
Standby
Fault
100%
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
Preset-1
OK
Charger Output
3
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charger Mode
Preset-2
L
N
G
Flooded
Reverse Polarity
Sealed
DC Volts Low
AGM
DC Volts High
Charger High Temp
GEL
SETUP
ENTER
LiFePO4-Lithium
Check Fan
Calcium/Custom
DISPLAY WAKE UP: Press any key; SELF TEST: Hold all keys 5 seconds
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING
TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES.
AVANT D'OUVRIR LA BOITE, COUPER LE COURANT. NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING
DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT BATTERIES.
(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D'OUVRIR LA
BOITE DECONNECTER LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
AC Input
DC Charger Output
Main Grounding Bus
to Engine Negative
DC Fuse
12V Battery/Battery Bank
DC Fuse
DC Fuse
26
Typical Wiring Configurations
Typical 2 Bank12 Volt DC Common Ground Installation:
ProNautic 12•60 P
Case Ground
1 Size Smaller than the +
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
Variable Speed Cooling
0%
1
2
Self Test
Standby
Fault
100%
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
Preset-1
OK
Charger Output
3
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charger Mode
Preset-2
L
N
G
Flooded
Reverse Polarity
Sealed
DC Volts Low
AGM
DC Volts High
Charger High Temp
GEL
SETUP
ENTER
LiFePO4-Lithium
Check Fan
Calcium/Custom
DISPLAY WAKE UP: Press any key; SELF TEST: Hold all keys 5 seconds
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING
TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES.
AVANT D'OUVRIR LA BOITE, COUPER LE COURANT. NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING
DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT BATTERIES.
(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D'OUVRIR LA
BOITE DECONNECTER LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
AC Input
DC Charger Output
Main Grounding Bus
to Engine Negative
DC Fuse
12V Battery/Battery Bank
DC Fuse
27
Typical Wiring Configurations
Typical Single12 Volt DC Common Ground Installation:
ProNautic 12•60 P
Case Ground
1 Size Smaller than the +
Power Factor Corrected & Global AC Input
ProMar Digital
Performance Charging
SYSTEM DC OUTPUT LEVELS
AC Power
Auto Temp Control
Volts
Amps
Active PFC
Variable Speed Cooling
0%
1
2
Self Test
Standby
Fault
100%
Battery Health Program
Charging
Conditioning
Auto Maintain
Battery Profiles
Equalization
Charger Conditions
Preset-1
OK
Charger Output
3
AUTO CONSERVATION MODES
Charger Mode
Preset-2
L
N
G
Flooded
Reverse Polarity
Sealed
DC Volts Low
AGM
DC Volts High
Charger High Temp
GEL
SETUP
ENTER
LiFePO4-Lithium
Check Fan
Calcium/Custom
DISPLAY WAKE UP: Press any key; SELF TEST: Hold all keys 5 seconds
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM ELECTRICAL SHOCK. BEFORE OPENING
TURN OFF AC SUPPLY POWER. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR SPRAY.
CHOC ELECTRIQUES PEUVENT PROVOQUER LA MORT OU DE SERIEUSE BLESSURES.
AVANT D'OUVRIR LA BOITE, COUPER LE COURANT. NE PAS EXPOSER AUX INTEMPÉRIES.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : HAUTE TENSION
ELECTRICAL BURN AND SPARK HAZARD. BEFORE OPENING
DISCONNECT CHARGER CONNECTIONS AT BATTERIES.
(DANGER DE BRULURES ELECTRIQUE ET ETINCELLES). AVANT D'OUVRIR LA
BOITE DECONNECTER LES CONNECTIONS ENTRE CHARGEUR ET BATTERIE.
WARNING: LOW VOLTAGE
ATTENTION : BASSE TENSION
AC Input
DC Charger Output
Main Grounding Bus
to Engine Negative
DC Fuse
12V Battery/Battery Bank
28
Typical Battery Capacity
This chart can be used as a means to properly pair your on-board battery capacity to the
appropriately sized ProNauticP Marine On-Board Battery Charger.
Typical Battery Capacity by Model
Part No.
Model
Recommended for Sealed or Flooded Lead Batteries
Total AH Rating
63110
63115
63120
63130
63140
63150
63160
63170
63180
1210
1215
1220
1230
1240
1250
1260
2420
2430
65 to 100 AH
85 to 150 AH
100 to 200 AH
185 to 300 AH
250 to 400 AH
400 to 500 AH
500 to 600 AH
Up to 400 AH
Up to 600 AH
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