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Old 04-08-2019, 11:57 AM
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Good to know, and makes me glad I replaced mine with current PC chargers. But the old ones said right on them they were good for AGM batteries, and I used mine with them for several years. I went with the new ones because my boat will sit on a lift the Summer, and I felt more comfortable leaving the newer PC chargers plugged in for extended periods.
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Old 04-08-2019, 07:43 PM
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FYI. I just got off the phone with ProMariner customer support. They said that for their chargers they use the same charging profile for AGM and wet-cell batteries. He looked up the specs for my particular charger and said that it was suitable for either AGM or wet-cell batteries and I was good to go if I decide to get an AGM replacement.
Good for you...exactly why I always talk to the manufacturers when I have those types of questions
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