M45

The ideal charger for the marine environment

M45

The ideal charger for the marine environment

M45

The ideal charger for the marine environment
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Product information

  • Product information

    The ideal charger for the marine environment

    Tough and compact

    The fully automatic M45 is perfect for charging jet skis and smaller boats.

    The M45 4 step 12V battery charger and maintainer has been developed to cope with tough marine environments. It’s the perfect charger and maintainer for jet skis, AGM batteries and smaller boat batteries from 1.2-120Ah, and has three selectable program modes. The M45 is IP65 classed and delivers 0.8/3.6A.

      ;*;Selectable charging power for smaller or larger batteries ;*;Optional cold weather/AGM mode ;*;Safe spark free operation ;*;Reverse polarity protection ;*;No harmful galvanic currents
        ;*;Compact tough design ;*;Fully automatic 4 step charging for maximum performance and extended life ;*;Splash proof and dust proof (IP65) ;*;Short circuit proof ;*;5-year warranty
        Technical information
        Input
        220–240VAC, 50-60Hz, 0.8A max
        Output
        14.4V, 3.6A max
        Back current drain*
        Corresponding to less than 1Ah/month
        Ambient temperature
        -20˚C to +50˚C
        Battery types
        All types of lead-acid batteries, 12V, WET, MF, AGM, GEL
        Battery capacity
        7–120Ah
        Warranty
        5 years
        Insulation class
        IP65
        User manual

        M45-safetyinstruction-AU-EN.pdf

        M45-manual-AU-EN.pdf
      • Inside the box
        CONNECT EYELET M10
        CONNECT CLAMP
        Product sheet

        M45-Productsheet-low-UK-EN.pdf
        FAQ
        No LED is lit when the charger is connected to both the power outlet and the battery   ×
        Explanation: The battery voltage could be under 2 +/- 0.5V.
        Test: Test against another battery that is fresh.
        No LED is lit when the charger is connected only to the battery   ×
        Explanation: The charger requires voltage from the battery for the Standby LED to be lit.
        Test: Connect the charger to a fresh battery.
        The charger does not switch from into maintenance charging   ×
        Explanation 1: Larger loads are connected to the battery at the same time.
        Test: Disconnect the loads from the battery and try to charge again.

        Explanation 2: Defective battery.
        Test: If possible, measure the voltage on the battery when the charging should be completed. If the voltage is under 14,1V the battery is most likely faulty.
        Test: Try the charger on another fresh battery.
        The error LED is lit   ×
        Explanation: Reverse polarity.
        Test: Make sure that the + cable/clamp is connected to the + terminal and the – cable/clamp is connected to the – terminal.
        No LED is lit when the charger is connected only to the power outlet   ×
        Explanation: One of the LED’s at the lower row should light up when the charger is connected to the power outlet.
        Test: Make sure that there is power from the power outlet.
        and is lit (flashing rapidly) simultaneously   ×
        Explanation 1: Bad connection.
        Test: Move the clamps and make sure there is no loose connection in the quick connector, CONNECT.

        Explanation 2: The charger is working in the desulphation phase.
        Test: Leave the charger to charge for 24h (with some supervision). If the charger does not start charging (one of the LED’s are lit) within 24h the battery is in a very poor condition.
        The charger goes into Standby mode after the power is cut and the charging does not start again   ×
        Explanation: The charger will turn into Standby if the voltage in the battery is below 6V when the power is back on.
        / Test: Start the charging again by pressing on the mode button.
        switches to after the charge has been stopped   ×
        Explanation: When the charger restarts the battery voltage is monitored. If the battery voltage is above 12,9V, the charging will not commence. When the battery is between 12,9V and 14,4V it is considered as fully charged. The charging will automatically start again when the battery voltage drops below 12,9V.