CTEK M100 56-554 Marine Battery Charger (M100)
|Manufacturer:||Ctek Marine Chargers|
|Part Number:||CTEK M100|
|Battery Types :||All types of 12V lead-acid batteries (WET, MF, Ca/Ca, AGM and GEL)|
|Charging Voltage :||NORMAL: 14.4V, COLD/AGM:14.7, RECOND:15.8, SUPPLY:13.6|
|Charging Current :||7A MAX|
|Min Battery Voltage :||2.0V|
|Rated Voltage AC :||220-240VAC, 50-60Hz|
Price excludes VAT
Complete marine charging for medium-size boatsAn excellent marine charger offering great value for money that provides complete battery care for small boats with a 12V-battery, and which can serve as a start and service battery. M100 is a fully automatic 8-step charger that supplies 7A and is ideal for batteries between 14-150Ah and up to 225 Ah for maintenance charging. M100 analyses whether the battery can accept and retain the charge, it removes harmful lead sulphate crystals, gives an effective charge and automatically switches to safe maintenance charging when the battery is fully charged.
The practical Recond mode reconditions the battery following deep discharging, which can occur after a long day at sea. AGM mode provides optimum charging of AGM batteries that require a slightly higher charging voltage. There is a Supply mode which acts as a power source if you need to disconnect a battery and do not want to lose important electronic settings.
IP65 classification means that M100 is splash and dustproof. It does not generate any harmful galvanic currents, is fully compatible with the boat’s electronics and has been developed to offer safe charging: non-sparking, reverse polarity protection and short circuit proof. M100 comes with a five year guarantee.
- Charging current: 7A max
- Charger type: 8 step, fully automatic charging cycle
- Battery capacity: 14–150Ah up to 225Ah for maintenance
FunctionsCOLD/AGM: Charging in cold conditions and AGM batteries
- RECOND: Recondition of deeply discharged batteries
- Auto: Fully automatic for optimal charging
- Fully Charged Battery / Maintenance Charging
- 12V: For all lead-acid batteries