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Posted by Oldman
5/9/2018 1:07 PM
looking for a good dual pro 3 bank charger.must be 15 amps per bank and work on all 3.any out there at decent price?

Edited by Oldman 5/9/2018 1:07 PM
Posted by fischnrod
5/9/2018 3:20 PM
New ones are a decent price and made in middle Tennessee

Edited by fischnrod 5/9/2018 3:29 PM
Posted by fischnrod
5/9/2018 3:28 PM
Posted by djsmarinelectronics
5/9/2018 9:55 PM
In stock at DJ's Marine
Posted by Oldman
5/9/2018 10:01 PM
price please
Posted by djsmarinelectronics
5/10/2018 9:55 PM
PM sent Larry
Posted by BassVol
5/13/2018 9:55 AM
I have a Dual Pro but it's a 2 Bank. 15 Amps per bank. Let me know if your interested
Posted by WaterChap
5/13/2018 4:55 PM
Someone explain to me how this works. I have one cranking battery and two trolling batteries (24v). My engine charges the cranking batt and I cart off the trolling batts to the house every time to charge them. If I get one of these chargers y’all are talking about, does that mean my engine will now charge all three?
Posted by BassVol
5/13/2018 9:48 PM
It's just an on board charger mounted in your boat all you do is plug it in when u get home. No carting batteries or chargers. A 2 bank will charge 2 batteries and 3 will do 3 batteries.

I have a 2 bank professional series Dual Pro if interested. Shoot me a PM

Edited by BassVol 5/13/2018 9:55 PM
Posted by WaterChap
5/14/2018 6:51 AM
My challenge is that I store my boat at a friend’s house. He lets me use his RV port, but there’s no electricity. He gives me free storage and I let him help me work on my boat.

I was reading in a marine electronics book that the engine puts out far more juice than is needed to keep the cranking batt topped off, so I’m hoping there’s a device which can harness that to top off my trolling batts on the water.
Posted by Smalliefan2
5/14/2018 9:13 AM
The motor can charge the starting battery. If I run long enough, my starting battery is near 100% when I charge. Your trolling batteries are not hooked to the same circuit. I also doubt the alternator on the motor is high enough amperage to recharge three batteries. I would recommend a three bank charger for your boat.
Posted by jbh3
5/14/2018 1:29 PM
If you're running any accessories (graphs, pumps, lights, etc) off your starting battery, I wouldn't depend on your engine to do more than maintain the charge on a battery that is fully charged at the beginning of each trip. Agree that the 3-bank on-board charger would be the best solution.
Posted by Aries 181
5/15/2018 1:02 PM
What you're looking for is the Stealth 1 on board charging system. I know nothing about them but here ya go.


Edited by Aries 181 5/15/2018 1:08 PM
Posted by fischnrod
5/15/2018 1:06 PM
Larry you can't beat a Dual Pro I have run them for 20 years with no problems.
Posted by Oldman
5/15/2018 5:47 PM
yep u r right but i had to order tires and wheels for boat ,charger will have to go on back burner for a bit.but that is what i will get for sure.

Edited by Oldman 5/15/2018 5:49 PM
Posted by WaterChap
5/15/2018 6:05 PM
Thanks Bill! I’ll check it out!
Posted by Aries 181
5/17/2018 5:22 AM
There is one for sale in Soddy, NIB for $275.00

Posted by Oldman
5/17/2018 8:21 AM
i saw that bill but i wanted a dual pro.found one and it should be here tomorrow.thanks guys
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