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  • Sterling Power Battery Chemistry Module 12V to 12V 60A

    $320.00 $256.69

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    Sterling Power Battery Chemistry Module:

    The Sterling Power Battery Chemistry Module is a battery charger option for the ProCharge Ultra or any other charger less than 60A. This unique and only one of its kind, Battery Chemistry Module, allows multiple chemistries such as AGM, GEL, Lithium, Flooded, Carbon Foam or TPPL AGM to be charged from one battery charger simultaneously.

    For example the BCM is ideal if you have a GEL house bank that requires 14.1V and a TPPL AGM thruster or bow bank that requires a 14.7V absorption charge. The BCM takes it's feed from one leg of the charger and can fully and independently charge another bank using a totally different charge profile.

    The BCM 1260 is a 12v input to 12v output unit. It can be used with any 12V charger up to 60 amps on the input side, and will result in an output of up to 60amps output and any battery charge profile you desire.

    Product Information:

    • Easy installation, break the charge cable and insert the unit w/ negative cable
    • IP68 Rated & suitable for use in damp locations such as a bow bank
    • Will convert any single stage charger into a multiple stage charger
    • 12V to 24V, 24V to 12V, 24V to 24V and 12V to 12V models
    • Retro fit with any existing charger with up to a 60A  output
    • 9 selectable battery chemistries - FLA, SLA, AGM, GEL, Calcium, LiFePO4
    • Includes battery temperature sensor (charge voltage modulates with battery temperature)
    • Remote battery sense for each module
    • 6 LED charge and warning information LEDs
    • Fail safe, reverts to basic charge function in event of a failure
    • High battery temperature trip. Every battery can be monitored and unit’s voltage reduced in the event of battery temperature problems on any battery
    • Requires a charger with live voltage on terminals to activate the BCM unit