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39 POWER CONVERSION bluesea.com AC & DC Battery Charging AC Charging (In the Garage) The BatteryLink Charger works like a typical AC charger. When you plug in the AC cord, power is supplied charging the batteries. Unlike a typical two bank charger, the BatteryLink Charger will charge both batteries simultaneously through the integrated ACR. When AC power is present, the ACR will combine both batteries and the AC charger will charge them as one bank. DC Charging (On the road) The BatteryLink Charger incorporates DC charging through an integrated 170A Automatic Charging Relay (ACR). An ACR uses a relay combined with a voltage sensing circuit. When a DC charge is being applied to the battery connected to the Start Battery stud, and causes the voltage to rise above 13.0V, the relay closes and combines the two batteries to share the charge. When the charge is taken away or a load on the battery causes the voltage to drop below 12.75V, the relay will open, isolating the two batteries. This means that even when the BatteryLink Charger is disconnected from AC power you can charge both your battery banks with an onboard DC charging source, like an engine alternator. 20A BatteryLink® Chargers Charge two batteries at or away from the garage with a 20A multistage battery charger and integrated 170A Automatic Charging Relay (ACR) • AC charging at the garage: Use AC shore power to charge two isolated battery banks with the 3 Stage 20 Amp battery charger • DC charging away from the garage: Share the DC power from the alternator with both the Start and the Auxiliary battery through the integrated 170A ACR • Battery Temperature Compensation prolongs battery life • Start isolation protects sensitive electronics from voltage sags and spikes • Emergency parallel allows remote ability to jump start by combining both batteries if start battery is low • Includes LED remote indicator for charge status at the helm • Snap-on insulating cover • One-piece stainless flange nuts ensure safe and secure connections Specifications Nominal Output Voltage 12V DC Total Output Current 20A Output Connections 2 positive, 1 negative Universal AC Input Voltage 90V–265V AC Input Frequency Range 50/60 Hz Typical Float Voltage 13.5V DC ACR Continuous Rating 170A ACR Intermittent Rating (5 min.) 115A ACR Combine Voltage (2 min.) 13.0V ACR Combine Voltage (30 sec.) 13.5V ACR Open Voltage (10 sec.) 12.35V ACR Open Voltage (30 sec.) 12.75V Negative Terminal Stud Size 1/4”-20 (accepts M6 ring terminal) Maximum Negative Terminal Stud Torque 60 in-lb (6.8 Nm) Positive Terminal Stud Size 3/8”-16 (accepts M10 ring terminal) Maximum Positive Terminal Stud Torque 140 in-lb (15.8 Nm) Quick Connect Terminal Size 1/4” x 0.032” Warranty 5 Year Battery Types Flooded, AGM, TPPL Specifications subject to change. See bluesea.com for current information. Part # Description Plug Style 7607 20A BatteryLink Charger European: CEE 7/7 7606 20A BatteryLink Charger International: Bare wire 7608 5YEAR WARRANTY Related Product E Series Battery Switch page 62 Regulatory Designed and constructed for compliance to UL-1236 Marine, CSA 22.2 No. 107.2 and ABYC A-31 standards. Ignition protected per ISO 8846 and SAE J1171. Meets FCC Part 15, Class B requirements. Designed and tested to comply with California Energy Commission (CEC) efficiency standards. IP67 - protected against immersion up to 1 meter for 30 minutes Part # Description Plug Style 7608 20A BatteryLink Charger North American: NEMA 5-15P Regulatory E certified, Designed and constructed for compliance to EN60335-2-29. Ignition protected per ISO 8846 and SAE J1171. Waterproof (excluding terminations) North American Model International Models