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PO. Box 968
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
TEL: 603-433-4440
FAX: 603-433-4442
www.promariner.com
Made in Taiwan
specifications subject to change without notice
Design and Constructed to:
Marine UL 1236 SB
CSA C22.2 No. 107.2
FCC Class A
ABYC A-28
Model
Part No.
Volts
Amps
Banks
Cables
Size
AC In
5
31405
12
5
1
6’
5.75” x 3.5” x 2”
115
5/3 (OEM only)
31408
12/24
8
2
6’
5.75” x 3.5” x 2”
115
5/5
31410
12/24
10
2
6’
9” x 5.25” x 2”
115
5/5/3
31413
12/24/+ENG 13
3
6’
9” x 5.25” x 2”
115
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please save and read all safety, operating and installation instructions before installing
or applying AC power to your on-board battery charger.
For factory service please call: 800.824.0524 or visit www.promariner.com
09/12 A
For use with Flooded (Lead-Acid) or Gel Batteries. Not for use with AGM (Absorbed Glass Matt) or 4D or 8D large capacity batteries
TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Safety Instructions..........................................................................pages 1-2
General Overview...........................................................................pages 3-5
Installation Guidelines.....................................................................pages 5-7
Wiring Diagrams...........................................................................pages 8-12
Charging Your Batteries......................................................................page 13
Maintenance..................................................................................... page 14
Trouble Shooting................................................................................page 15
Customer Service & Warranty.............................................................page 16
Selector Guide...................................................................................page 17
Accessories.......................................................................................page 18
Please save and read this manual carefully and fully understand the safety instructions
before installing your new ProMariner On-Board Marine Battery Charger.
SAFETY
SAFETY
1
2
General Safety
General Safety
Before connecting your batteries or applying AC power, read all instructions and cautionary
markings on the battery charger, cables, and batteries.
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of injury, charge only Lead-acid type rechargeable batteries;
Flooded (Lead-acid), Sealed (Lead-acid) and Gel (Gelled Electrolyte Lead-acid). Other
types of batteries may burst, causing personal injury.
Use of attachments not recommended or sold by ProMariner may result in a risk of fire,
electrical shock or personal injury.
EXTERNAL CONNECTIONS TO CHARGER SHALL COMPLY WITH THE UNITED STATES COAST
GUARD ELECTRICAL REGULATIONS (33CFR183, SUB PART 1).
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.
Not intended to supply low voltage electrical systems other than in a marine application. Do not
use your marine battery charger to charge dry cell batteries that are commonly used with home
appliances. These batteries may burst and cause injury to persons and property. Never charge
a frozen battery.
Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, direct hit of force, been dropped
or otherwise damaged in any way. Do not install if any protective AC and DC cable insulation,
DC fuse holders and/or ring terminals have been damaged or compromised.
Call ProMariner for repair service to avoid risk of fire, short circuits or electrical shock.
Do not disassemble the battery charger. If service or repair is required please contact customer
care at 800.824.0524. Incorrect reassembly or cable modifications may result in a risk of
electrical shock, fire or explosion.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, remove AC power from the charger prior to any
maintenance or cleaning.
WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSIVE GASES
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 EXTREME IMPORTANCE
THAT EACH TIME BEFORE USING YOUR CHARGER YOU FOLLOW THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH FROM FIRE, EXPLOSION, OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
- Make your AC power connection in an open atmosphere free of explosive fumes.
- Make your AC power connection in a secure manner that will avoid contact with water.
Personal Safety 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.
f) Incorrect assembly or modification may result in risk of electrical shock, fire, or explosion.
g) Be extra cautious to reduce risk of dropping a metal tool onto the battery. It might spark
or short-circuit a battery or other electrical hardware which may cause an explosion or fire.
Safety Precautions Prior To Charging Batteries
If necessary to remove a battery from a boat to charge, always remove the grounded
negative terminal from the battery first. Make sure all accessories in the boat are off,
as to not cause an arc. 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.
Clean battery terminals with full eye protection to prevent corrosive material from coming in contact
with eyes.
For flooded batteries add distilled water in each cell until electrolyte reaches levels specified
by the battery manufacturer. This helps purge excessive gases from cells. Do not overfill. For
batteries without caps, carefully follow manufacturer's recharging instructions.
Study all manufacturer’s specific precautions, such as removing or not removing cell caps
while charging, in addition to battery type for proper rate of charge.
Extension cords should be industrial grade / heavy duty UL approved and grounded. Check
extension cord before use for damage, bent prongs, and cuts. Replace if damaged. Always make
your extension cord connection on the charger side first. After connecting the extension cord
to the charger proceed to plug the extension cord to a nearby 120 VAC GFCI protected (Ground
Fault Circuit Interrupt) outlet.
Always remove the extension cord from the 120 VAC outlet first when charging is
completed followed by unplugging the charger, completely disconnecting
IMPORTANT NOTICE: FCC CLASS A PART 15 NOTIFICATION
Your On-Board Marine Battery Charger has been designed and tested to comply with FCC Class A
part 15. These regulations are to provide adequate protection against harmful interference while
operated in a commercial application. If in a residential setting, you are encountering interference
with TV and radio reception, simply remove AC power from the ProMariner unit to confirm if your
battery charger is causing interference. End user can explore the following to minimize interference:
1) Chose a different AC circuit to power your On-Board Marine Battery Charger.
2) Make sure your outlet is properly grounded.
3) Re-position receiving antenna.
4) Purchase a separate AC line filter.
5) Relocate charger so that it is at the furthest point from home receiving equipment,TV, radio, etc.
OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW
4
3
General Overview
The ProMar1 Battery Charger is a fully Automatic/ Electronic On-board Marine Battery Charger.
The unit is prewired for easy installation and is 100% waterproof for fresh and salt water
applications.
The ProMar1 charger incorporates a durable one piece plastic housing. The unit offers fully
automatic charging which includes a "Float " maintenance mode that is safe for long and
short term storage. The charger can be left on indefinitely without harming or over charging
your batteries.
Easy to view LED indicators will provide you with AC Power On and Charging Status.
General Operation
Install your ProMar1 - Fully Automatic / On-Board Marine Battery Charger to the guidelines in
this manual.
Make sure your charger and batteries are properly vented. Connect your extension cord with
no AC Power present to the battery charger and proceed to plug your extension cord in at a
nearby 120 VAC GFCI protected (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt) outlet.
With your ProMar1 Battery Charger plugged in properly, it will automatically charge your batteries
while it conditions and extends the life of your batteries. When you are not at home always leave
your charger plugged in to reduce sulfate buildup allowing your batteries to be fully charged
and maintained until your next fishing trip.
The ProMar1 Battery Charger is available in 4 models and can be used in 12 and 24 volt with
engine battery (model specific) configurations without rewiring or switching. Just attach the
DC output cable terminals as illustrated in the installation section of this manual.
AC Power and Charging LED Status Indicators
Understanding Battery Types
1) Blue: AC Power on
There are three primary types of batteries; Flooded (Lead-acid), AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat)
and Gel Cell (Gelled Electrolyte Lead-acid). Traditionally, the most common type of batteries
used are Flooded (Lead-acid batteries).
2) Red: Charging
Almost all Gel Cell Batteries will state that they are Gel Cell on the battery case or labels.
When on, the blue LED remains on and the red LED indicates the unit is in its Automatic
Charging Mode. When charging is complete only the blue and green LEDs will remain on.
NOTE: AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) batteries are not Gel (Gelled Electrolyte Leadacid) batteries. AGM batteries are charged with a completely different charge profile
when compared to Gel batteries.
The ProMar1 Battery Charger includes three LED indicators as shown below.
3) Green: Ready
Fully Automatic Charging Overview
For use with Flooded (Lead-Acid) or Gel Batteries. Not for use with AGM (Absorbed
Glass Matt) or 4D or 8D large capacity batteries.
When the ProMar1 Battery Charger is turned on the blue AC power indicator with turn on
followed by the red charging LED indicator.
***If you are unsure as to what kind of battery you have, we recommend that you contact
the manufacturer of the battery.
The automatic charger will provide the following:
ProMar1 Charging and Conditioning - Red and Blue LED On
During this mode the unit will use its available charging amps until battery voltage is raised
to 14.1 VDC (safe for Lead Acid or Gel batteries).
The unit will charge batteries to 14.1 VDC to complete charging while conditioning batteries.
Upon completion the charger will go to into its ready mode.
OVERVIEW
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5
6
Fully Automatic Charging Overview Continued
Installation Continued
ProMar1 Float / Maintenance - Blue and Green LED Only On
vinyl or varnished areas. Be sure to place the ProMar1 Battery Charger in an accessible area
where all indicators are viewable. Confirm all battery cables can reach each of the batteries.
During this mode the red "Charging" LED will turn off indicating that the charging process
is over and the charger is now maintaining your batteries on-board. Only the blue and green
LED will remain on, indicating Power On / Float-Maintenance mode. A precision 13.5 volts
finishing voltage that maintains each battery (step down voltage regulation mode) which is
perfect for short or long storage periods and will never overcharge your batteries.
3. Using the battery charger mounting template included with this manual use a small awl or
screwdriver to mark the position of each mounting hole or tape the template in the mounting
area to drill the pilot holes.
4. Using a 1/8" drill bit, drill pilot holes in the (4) marked locations as described in step 3.
Apply a silicon sealer in each of the mounting locations to waterproof the screw holes.
Typical Average Voltage
14.1V
14
13.5V
5. Position the charger over the mounting holes and secure with a power screwdriver by installing
4 marine grade or #10 x 1” stainless steel screws. (mounting screws not included)
13
1/8" pilot hole
with silicon sealer
Volts
12
Charging
Conditioning
Ready
11
Installation
All ProMar1 Battery Chargers are designed to be permanently mounted
on-board, and can be mounted vertically or horizontally (vertically is recommended
for LED viewing)
Always mount your Charger in a compartment area that can be properly ventilated
during use.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Confirm the surface you will
be mounting the charger to
is adequate in strength and
thickness to hold the charger
in place with the mounting
screws you have selected.
Do NOT mount on a carpeted surface or in an area that will block air flow around or behind unit.
Do NOT mix battery types on-board. All batteries should be of the same age
and in good operating condition.
Do NOT make any electrical connections to the battery charger or batteries until the following
steps are completed:
6. Prepare each battery in advance by cleaning each terminal post with a wire brush until
a shiny surface is obtained.
11 Easy to follow installation steps:
IMPORTANT NOTICE
As you prepare to attach the positive (red) and negative (black) wires to the batteries there
will be brief low power spark that is generated as you make the connection. This is due
to the high frequency capacitors taking a charge. Make sure the black wires are connected
as illustrated to the negative side of the battery and the red wires are connected to the
positive side or the battery.
1. Select a mounting location that allows for free air ventilation with a minimum of 8 inches of clear
unobstructed space around and in front of the battery charger. Open all battery and engine compartments
and ventilate for at least 15 minutes before starting the installation of the battery charger.
2. Confirm the selected mounting location allows for a minimum of 8 inches of free space
around front and sides of the battery charger. Do not install charger on carpeted, upholstered,
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7
Installation Continued
7. Run your cables free from sharp objects and hold each of them in place with cable ties.
Coil excess cable, do not cut or shorten the length of the cables as there are in-line
fuses located 4 inches from the end of each positive (red) cable. These fuses are in place to
protect the charger and output cables in the event of a short or reverse polarity.
8. Connect the DC output cables as illustrated on page 8. Make sure the black wire is connected
as illustrated to the negative side of the battery and the red wires are connected to the positive
side of the battery.
8
ProMar1 Wiring Diagrams
IMPORTANT NOTICE
If only two batteries are used with a 3 bank charger, then connect the unused output
cable to either one of the two batteries, as instructed in item 8 above
Always connect each charger output to a single 12V battery even if the batteries
are wired series for 24V or 24V with an engine battery.
9. Make sure all DC connections are tight and correct.
Each charger cable must
be connected to 1 battery,
just as shown. Observe
black to (-) and red to (+).
Do this for each battery.
black (-)
Group size 24
thru 31 only
cable jacket
red (+)
Top View of Battery
You are now connected and charging your batteries. View the LED indicators. Assuming your
batteries are discharged you should observe both the blue "Power" LED and the red "Charging"
LED on, indicating charging mode is in process.
Important: The pair of red and black wires in 1 cable jacket MUST GO TO THE SAME 12VDC battery.
_
11. Connect a heavy duty U.L. approved extension cord to the battery charger first. After
connecting the extension cord to the charger then proceed to plug the extension cord to
a nearby 120VAC GFCI protected (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt) outlet. Always remove the
extension cord from the 120VAC outlet first when charging is completed, followed by
unplugging the charger.
Installation
When connecting each jacketed battery charger cable, make sure it is connected
to only one 12 VDC battery and observe the polarity and color of all connections:
Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection
The black wire can never be connected to a terminal with red wires. Only black.
+
10. Locate the AC power cord in an open-air area of your boat at least 21 inches from the
charger, batteries and fuel fill lines.
When connecting to an engine start battery only connect the battery bank cable that is LABELED:
"FOR ENGINE BATTERY USE THIS BANK CABLE ONLY".
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I N S TA L L AT I O N
9
10
ProMar1 Wiring Diagrams
ProMar1 Wiring Diagrams
Single Output Charger for 1 12V Battery
Dual Output Charger for 2 12V Batteries
Dedicated 12 VDC Trolling Motor or Engine Battery Configuration
12 VDC Trolling Motor + Engine Crank Battery Configuration with (2) 12 VDC Batteries
Note:
Indicates Jumper Series
Note:
Indicates Jumper Series
Indicates Fuse
Indicates Fuse
AC power
Output 2
Output 1
ProMar1
5/3 &
5/5
AC power
Output 1
ProMar1
5
Cable 1
+
_
Engine Crank or 12V Trolling Motor Battery
Bat 2
For Engine Battery use
this Bank Cable Only
+
_
12 VDC Trolling
Motor Battery
red
black
Top View
of Battery
red
Bat 1
black
_
Cable 1
red
black
Cable 2
Bat 1
+
Top View
of Battery
12 VDC Engine
Crank Battery
Installation
Installation
When connecting each jacketed battery charger cable, make sure it is connected
to only one 12 VDC battery and observe the polarity and color of all connections:
Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection
The black wire can never be connected to a terminal with red wires. Only black.
When connecting each jacketed battery charger cable, make sure it is connected
to only one 12 VDC battery and observe the polarity and color of all connections:
Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection
The black wire can never be connected to a terminal with red wires. Only black.
Important: The pair of red and black wires in 1 cable jacket MUST GO TO THE SAME 12VDC battery.
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12
ProMar1 Wiring Diagrams
ProMar1 Wiring Diagrams
Dual Output Charger for 2 12V Batteries
Triple Output Charger for 3 12V Batteries
Dedicated 24 VDC Trolling Motor Battery Configuration
with (2) 12 VDC Batteries Connected with a Series Jumper
24 VDC Trolling Motor Battery Configuration with (2) 12 VDC Batteries Connected
with a Series Jumper Plus Dedicated 12 VDC Engine Start Battery
Note:
Indicates Jumper Series
Note:
Indicates Jumper Series
Indicates Fuse
Output 3
Output 2
Output 1
AC power
AC power
Output 1
Output 2
Cable 2
Cable 1
Indicates Fuse
ProMar1
5/5/3
ProMar1
5/5
For Engine Battery use
this Bank Cable Only*
Cable 3
*Note: When an engine crank battery is not being used this bank cable can be connected as shown for a 24 VDC trolling motor.
+
_
Bat 2
black
Bat 3
red
Two 12 VDC Batteries connected with a series jumper
for a 24 VDC Trolling Motor
_
black
+
Top View
of Battery
red
Bat 1
black
+
_
red
black
Bat 2
red
black
_
+
_
Two 12 VDC Batteries connected with a series
jumper for a 24 VDC Trolling Motor
For Engine Battery use
this Bank Cable Only
red
Cable 1
Cable 2
Bat 1
+
Top View
of Battery
12 VDC Engine
Crank Battery
Installation
Installation
When connecting each jacketed battery charger cable, make sure it is connected
to only one 12 VDC battery and observe the polarity and color of all connections:
Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection
The black wire can never be connected to a terminal with red wires. Only black.
When connecting each jacketed battery charger cable, make sure it is connected
to only one 12 VDC battery and observe the polarity and color of all connections:
Red Wire = + (Positive) Battery connection
Black Wire = - (Negative) Battery connection
The black wire can never be connected to a terminal with red wires. Only black.
Important: The pair of red and black wires in 1 cable jacket MUST GO TO THE SAME 12VDC battery.
Important: The pair of red and black wires in 1 cable jacket MUST GO TO THE SAME 12VDC battery.
CHARGING
MAINTENANCE
13
Charging Batteries
14
Owner's Periodic Maintenance Guide
The ProMar1 Battery Charger is designed to charge and maintain your batteries. Please follow these
steps each time you use your ProMar1 charger:
Item:
Battery Connections
1. Open all battery compartments and ventilate for at least 15 minutes before applying AC power to
your charger. While charging your batteries make sure to keep your battery compartment open
allowing for free air ventilation.
Process:
Clean and tighten all battery connections. Follow battery manufacturer's
instructions for cleaning a battery. Clean all battery terminals with a
wire brush where required and tighten all battery connections.
2. Make sure all DC battery connections are tight and clean. Follow battery manufacturer's
recommendations for battery cell caps (loosen caps if applicable).
When:
Monthly
Item:
Battery Electrolyte
4. Observe the on-board LED indicators for a solid blue and solid red LED Indication. This will tell you
the batteries are in the charging process.
Process:
In the case of flooded batteries, per battery manufactures instructions,
monitor and maintain proper levels of distilled water in each battery.
5. Charge your batteries until only the blue and green LED indicators remains on. This indicates the
charging process is completed and your batteries are fully charged and are now being maintained in
a gentle float / storage mode. (recommended while your boat is not in use).
The battery charger can be left on in this mode indefinitely and will never overcharge your batteries.
Refer to the page 4.
When:
Monthly
Item:
DC Output Wiring
Process:
Visually inspect all wiring for cuts and abrasions. Contact ProMariner
if charger needs to be serviced with new wiring.
When:
Monthly
Item:
AC Power Cord and Mounting Hardware Inspection
Process:
Process: Visually inspect the AC power cord. Confirm ground blade
is present and all plug blades are in good conditions and not bent out
of place.
3. Connect a heavy duty U.L. approved extension cord to the ProMar1 charger first. After connecting
the extension cord to the charger then proceed to plug the extension cord to a nearby 120VAC GFCI
protected (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt) outlet.
6. When ready to use your boat, unplug the extension cord from the 120 VAC outlet first, followed by
unplugging the charger.
Distributed-On-Demand™ Technology vs. Traditional Fixed Amp per Bank Chargers
How Distributed On-Demand™ Technology Works...
Distributed-On-Demand™ Charging
Technology ensures 100% of the
ProMar1
available charging amps are fully utilized
5/5
Other
to meet the demand of each battery on5/5 10 amp
chargers
board. Let’s say your engine start battery
VS
is fully charged and needs 0 amps from
your “ProMar1” (5/5) 2 bank charger.
No problem, the unused 5 amps will be
10 Amps Fully Distributed
5 Amps Max.
automatically Distributed-On-Demand™
10
0
5
0
+
+
to your trolling motor battery providing
a total of 10 amps for faster charging
Fully
Fully
Charged
Charged
versus only 5 amps that the conventional
Trolling Battery
Engine
Trolling Battery
Engine
5/5 charger would provide.
Start Battery
Start Battery
Check all mounting hardware to ensure there is no loose hardware.
Tighten were required.
When:
Monthly
TROUBLESHOOTING
WA R R A N T Y
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15
Trouble Shooting Guide
No Blue, Red or Green LED Indicators
Check for loss of AC power at the 120VAC outlet. Confirm GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit
Interrupt) outlet has not tripped. Check with a meter or 120VAC test light that AC is
present at the end or your extension cord.
Confirm all charger cables are installed with the correct polarity connections at each
battery and that all connections are clean and tight.
With the AC Power removed and the engine off, check the charge level of each battery
with a DC meter or handheld DC tester. If there is no charge level indication for a battery,
check each battery with a hydrometer to determine if it has one or more bad cells.
(batteries should always be replaced in sets, and always the same type.)
If everything above checks out ok, contact ProMariner for product service.
Batteries are not Charging, but Blue and RED LED Indicators are “on”
Confirm all charger cables are installed with the correct polarity connections at each
battery, and that all connections are clean and tight. Reverse polarity connections will
blow output fuse, resulting in no output voltage.
With the charger on, read DC voltage at each battery. If any of the readings are less than
13 VDC Proceed with the following:
A. Disconnect AC power at the 120VAC outlet.
B. Remove charger cables from each battery.
C. Reconnect AC power and read DC Voltage across each output cable, if output voltage
is approximately 14.1DC the charger is ok and each battery should be tested with a
hydrometer with the charger and engine off to determine if one or more batteries have
bad cells. (batteries should always be replaced in sets, and always the same type.)
D. If there is no output when trying to read DC voltage check each output fuse and replace
as needed.
If the DC voltage at each charger output is less than 13.0 volts contact ProMariner for
product service.
ProMar1 Limited Warranty
We are committed to customer satisfaction and value your business. If at any time during the
warranty period you experience a problem with your new ProMar1 On-Board Marine Battery
Charger simply call us at 1-800-824-0524 for technical support.
PROMAR1
LIMITED TWO-YEAR FACTORY WARRANTY
Each ProMite model is guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship to the original consumer in
normal use for 2 years from the date of purchase. Professional Mariner, LLC will at it's discretion repair or replace
free of charge any defects in material or workmanship. The following conditions apply:
• Warranty is calculated from manufacture date if not registered within
two weeks of sale.
• Warranty void if unauthorized repairs attempted.
• Customer is responsible for returning the product to Professional Mariner, LLC.
Inbound shipping costs must be prepaid.
• This warranty does not cover blemishes due to normal wear and tear or
damaged caused by accidents, abuse, alterations or misuse.
• Cosmetic repairs can be done at owner's request and expense.
Purchase or other acceptance of the product shall be on the condition and agreement that Professional Mariner
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. (Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply
to you.) This warranty is made in lieu of all other obligations or liabilities on the part of Professional Mariner.
Professional Mariner neither assumes nor authorizes any person for any obligation or liability in connection with
the sale of this product.
To make a claim under warranty, write directly to Professional Mariner, LLC at P.O. Box 968, Rye, NH 03870,
identifying the product and giving its locations. Follow the company’s return instructions, which will then be
provided by the company. Professional Mariner will make its best effort to repair or replace the product, if found
defective within the terms of the warranty, within (30) days after return of the product to the company. Professional
Mariner will ship the repaired, or replaced product back to the purchaser.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
This warranty is in lieu of all others expressed or implied.
Professional Mariner, LLC Headquarters
Tel: (603) 433-4440 / Fax: (603) 433-4442
Factory Service Center & Technical Offices
Professional Mariner, LLC
200 International Drive STE 195
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Tel: 1-800-824-0524 www.promariner.com
SELECTOR GUIDE
ACCESSORIES
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18
3 ProMar1 Marine Battery Charger Models to Choose From...
Accessories
5 Amp Single Bank
ProSport 1.5 Battery Maintainers
Max. Batteries:
1 12V
Ideal Use:
Single 12V engine crank battery
or
Single 12V trolling motor battery
DC Output:
Single 12V output at 5 Amps Max.
AC Input:
115 VAC / 60Hz
Cable Length
6’ AC and DC
Model: 31405
Fully automatic, with built-in safety.
LED status indicator, 1-year warranty
10115
10116
ProMariner & Universal Plug Holders
Secure your AC plug with an easy to mount plug holder. No
cutting or stripping of wires required. Safe and easy to use.
Choose from two colors, black or white.
51201
51202
Remote Battery Bank Status Monitor
5/3 Amp Dual Bank (OEM Only)
Max. Batteries:
2 12V 12V
Ideal Use:
Single 12V engine crank battery
+
One 12V trolling motor battery (for 12V trolling motor)
DC Output:
Dual 12V output at 5 Amps maximum fully distributed
AC Input:
115 VAC / 60Hz
Cable Length
6’ AC and DC
5/5 10 Amp Dual Bank
Max. Batteries:
2 12V 12V
Ideal Use:
Single 12V engine crank battery
+
One 12V trolling motor battery (for 12V trolling motor)
or
Two 12V trolling motor batteries (for 24V trolling motor)
or
Two 12V engine crank batteries
DC Output:
Dual 12V output at 10 amps maximum fully distributed
AC Input:
115 VAC / 60Hz
Cable Length
6’ AC and DC
5/5/3 13 Amp Triple Bank
Max. Batteries:
3 12V 12V 12V
Ideal Use:
Single 12V engine crank battery
+
Two 12V trolling motor batteries (for a 24V trolling motor)
or
Three 12V engine crank batteries
DC Output:
Triple 12V outputs at 13 amps maximum fully distributed
AC Input:
115 VAC / 60Hz
Cable Length
6’ AC and DC
Note: Not for use with AGM (Absorbed Glass Matt) or 4D or 8D large capacity batteries
Model: 31408
Remote "Push to Test" status indicators for up to 3 batteries
with easy to read LED indicators. Universal flush or surface
mount capable.
51060
Battery Bank Cable Extenders
No cutting, stripping, or splicing wires! 2 convenient sizes to
choose from: 5’ or 15’. Gold plated terminals, in line fuses
and hardware included.
51070 & 51071
Hand Held Digital Multi-Meter
Model: 31410
Test and measure AC and DC voltage and amperage, continuity,
resistance fuses outlets and more. Large digital LCD display with
back light and hold feature. Test leads included.
87730
Model: 31413
Model
Part No.
Cable Length
Volts
Banks
Handheld DC System Tester
Remote Battery Bank Status Monitor
ProMariner AC Plug Holder (white)
ProMariner AC Plug Holder (black)
Universal AC Plug Holder (black)
Universal AC Plug Holder (white)
15’ Battery Bank Cable Extender
5’ Battery Bank Cable Extender
87710
51060
51200
51201
51202
51203
51070
51071
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10'
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
15'
5'
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12
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n/a
n/a
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n/a
n/a
n/a
3
n/a
n/a
n/a
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To place an order
contact your local retailer, dealer or ProMariner at: 603-433-4440 / Fax: 603-433-4442 /
or visit us online at www.promariner.com
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