|Item Weight||14.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 11 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||SE-70MA|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SE70MA|
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Schumacher SE-70MA 10 Amp Fully Automatic Deep-Cycle Charger
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- Has reverse polarity protection
- Prevents overcharging of batteries
- Accommodates both 12 and 24-volts for deep-cycle batteries
- Includes manual override switch
- Charges both deep-cycle and automotive batteries
- This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
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I bought it to charge my bank of 10 AGM batteries configured for 24 volts for my solar power system, as a back up if the batteries got too low and it was cloudy. I loaned it to a friend so he could charge his similarly configured system, and it came back dead, and the meter stuck at 3 amps. I thought he might have done something wrong but I sent it in and the manufacturer replaced it. I ordered another one in the interim.
Well, it wasn't my friend's fault. Same thing happened to me. I have the charger on a voltage-controlled outlet. When the batteries go low, my inverter is cut off and the commercial power switches on so the charger can charge the batteries to avoid a build up sulfur on the plates. One day I come home from work, and the charger was very hot, meter stuck on 3 amps, and it wasn't charging.
(Added this comment 1/9/2014) I thought the second charger was out of warranty, but I have to give the manufacturer credit: It has a 2 year warranty. I sent the second one in and they replaced it with a repaired, functional unit.
When I called Schumacher, the technician on the line told me that this battery charger wasn't designed to charge batteries that were wired in parallel. My response was that I read the owner's manual from cover to cover and there was no mention of this. He had nothing to offer in response. (End of inserted comment.)
Bottom line: It works fine for charging my boat's trolling motor batteries. However, it doesn't seem to have any protection circuitry in it, so don't use it for charging 1000 amp hour battery banks. That's not what it was designed for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First charger did not work, which was a disappointment. However, I contacted the company and they sent a replacement over night.Published 17 days ago by Sylvia A Morris
Charger was as described. Works great for charging two 12 volt batteries hooked in series.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer