Powermania Turbo M-Series Battery Chargers
Powermania Turbo M Series offers the fastest 3-stage SMART charge of batteries (3 - 6 hours) using its 'Adaptive Load Charging' putting the amps towards the weakest battery. 100% output charging, charges deeply discharged batteries, compact size, battery selector for proper charging profile of lead acid, AGM, or gel batteries. LED light indicators for charging status and safety concerns: Reverse polarity, battery check warning, and ignition and temperature protection. Safe battery maintenance mode for short or long term storage. 6' battery lead. Two-year warranty.
|Item#|| Max. Output || # 12V Output || Compatible Battery System ||Weight|| Suggested Maximum Battery Capacity |
|M212|| 12 Amps ||2|| 12/24V DC || 8.9 lb ||up to 144 Ah|
|M320|| 20 Amps ||3|| 12/24/36V DC || 9.5 lb ||up to 240 Ah|
|M230|| 30 Amps ||2||12/24V DC|| 13.8 lb ||up to 360 Ah|
|M330|| 30 Amps ||3||12/24/36V DC|| 14.2 lb ||up to 360 Ah|
Powermania Solves 2 Major Problems With On Board Battery Chargers (Video)
Video TranscriptionWelcome, everybody. We are here at the IBEX show in Tampa, Florida and we’re talking about Powermania!
With Powermania we can solve two major problems in the waterproof battery charger category. One of them is charging a completely dead battery. How many times have you been out on the water, ready to go and your battery charger doesn’t charge that completely dead battery? With Powermania we can handle that problem for you.
What I’ve got here is a battery – the current voltage level is .6 volts which is nearly completely dead. And this is the amperage output of the battery chargers. This is competitor a, competitor B, and Powermania. I’m going to turn on competitor A and you can see the lights turn on but there is no output. Zero amperage and you can see that it hasn’t moved the voltage level. So Competitor A didn’t work. Competitor B – it turns on, we currently have no amperage output or voltage but we have an alarm state. Now let’s go to Powermania and wham, boom. 6.8 amps and you can see the voltage level – Powermania is charging that completely depleted battery.
The second common problem we have with batteries is that we don’t get high quality voltage from the extension cords. So what we have here is the current voltage level – we are mimicking a healthy extension cord of 120 volts. And here we have Competitor A and we are showing the amperage output on a 20 amp charger at 18 amps. And I’m going to make the quality of that extension cord go down pretty dramatically – down to 90 volts AC. And what do we have here – that charger is now putting out 5 amps. That is one quarter of its stated capacity. It’s not doing a very good job.
Now let’s look at charger B, which is Powermania and we are going to put it to the test. Powermania is putting out 18.9 Amps at 120 volts. As we dial that down to 90 volts, we have no change. It is currently holding a charge of 18-19 amps. Consistent. And even if we dial it down to 80 volts – we are still putting out full capacity on the Powermania charger.
So we have solved 2 major problems in the on board battery charger world by being able to charge a completely dead battery and maintain 10% full output on an extension cord that is below 120 volts AC.