5.0 From 31 Reviews
|Charge Voltage||12 V|
|Charge Rate||15 A|
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I'm a fan of this type already as this was to replace an M100 I'd had for 7 years but finally gave up the ghost - to be fair probably caused by me charging oversized battery banks resulting in prolonged max output usage. So this is a step up in size but the same great features and hopefully the same longevity. If you're swithering between the M100 and M200, first impressions are that the M200 is worth the extra cost - its a far beefier construction as well as higher output and has a temp sensor to vary the charging voltage as required. Tayna had the best price I could find for these and their service was excellent. I'll be back when I need to replace my batteries!
PF - Arisaig, United Kingdom -
A good quality charger, that does the job, recommended.
RH - Stroud, United Kingdom -
Good product. Great price. Quick delivery
KD - Maldon, United Kingdom -
Quality product at the best price I could find.
SP - Bracknell, United Kingdom -
Fantastic service, very quick delivery and packaging was substantial so product arrived in good condition. Thankyou
AB - Glasgow, United Kingdom -
M200 is the perfect solution to charge large 12V batteries. The charger has a 4m long secondary cable with eyelet connections and a temperature sensor for optimised charging irrespective of temperature, which gives extra flexibility in permanent installations. M200 is a fully automatic 8-step charger that supplies 15A and is ideal for batteries between 28-300Ah and up to 500Ah for maintenance charging. If you intend to stay overnight onboard you can switch to Night Mode for silent charging.
- Charges batteries from 28Ah up to 300Ah.
- Maintains larger batteries up to 500Ah
- Analysis step checks if battery can hold charge
- IP44 - suitable for outdoor use
- Supply programme - can be used as a 12V power source to protect electrical settings
- Silent night programme
- 5 year warranty
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