Battery Chargers and Inverters

Battery Charger and InverterMarine Electric Systems is the expert you can trust in Annapolis, Maryland! As a leader in the maritime industry, we have extensive knowledge on the best charging systems and alternative energy sources for your boat. Our team supplies, installs, and repairs a wide range of battery chargers and inverters for our recreational and commercial boating clients. These devices are essential to the health of your electrical system and ensure safety for all passengers onboard. To learn more, please contact us today!

Why are Battery Chargers Significant?

As the heart of your electrical system, your battery banks have tremendous influence over the functionality of your boat. It’s crucial to prioritize the efficiency and safety of your battery charger. We provide top-quality battery chargers for our customers, equipped with vital temperature and voltage monitoring. These features prevent overcharging and shield the battery from potential damage. Our team also provides attentive repair services for your battery chargers to ensure the system maintains a long lifespan.

What is the Inverter?

Battery Charger and InverterThe primary function of an inverter is to convert Direct Current (DC) power into Alternating Current (AC). It supplies 120/240 volts of AC power to the electrical system. This is perfect for fueling high-power equipment, such as computers, microwaves, or power tools, without the need to run a generator or be plugged into shore power. Inverters and chargers are also available as a single device, capable of detecting shore or generator power when available and switching automatically out of invert mode. This can be a great way to save space or create redundancy to your electrical system.

Battery chargers and inverters are excellent additions for your vessel. It’s important to schedule routine maintenance and check-ups for your electrical system. Contact our team today to learn more! We’ll help you make sure your system is running smoothly and efficiently.

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