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Minn Kota® MK 210D Marine Battery Charger. Smart "juice" to keep you at peak power!
Hit the water with the confidence of a consistently, reliably charged battery! Minn Kota® Onboard Chargers are available with varying levels of banks and amps so you can find the perfect fit for your trolling set-up. Each model features automatic temperature compensation and multi-stage charging to ensure a proper charge every time. See below for more on selecting the right Charger for your set-up!
Minn Kota set out to build a smarter charger, and the result is the ingenious microprocessor-based design of this on-board unit. By monitoring factors like temperature and state of charge, it delivers a faster, more regulated precise charge. You stay out on the water longer, without worrying about your batteries.
Multi-stage charging and automatic temperature compensation for more precise charges that won't damage your battery. Automatic shut-off extends battery life by shutting down when charging is complete.
Two Times Faster Charging
In high temps, the MKD Series Onboard Charger juices up your batteries up to twice as fast! Thanks to a digital design that monitors everything from temperature to state of charge, you get a quick, efficient, "smart" charge!
Enhanced Status Codes
Comprehensive readings on your Charger inform you of the charge stage, maintenance mode status, error notifications and full charge. No guessing games necessary.More Charger details:
Step 1 - Determine how many banks your trolling system requires... 12-volt systems need 1 bank, 24-volt systems need 2 banks, and 36-volt systems need 3 banks.
Step 2 - Determine the speed of recharge you want. For 4-6 hours recharge, you'll want 10 amps per bank. For 10-12 hours recharge, you'll want 5 or 6 amps per bank.