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Automatically Charge Two Batteries from a Single Alternator

The BattCom is a high-tech battery combiner that automatically allows the charging of two batteries from a single alternator.

Using advanced technology and complex logic, the BattCom monitors the alternator    of the boat. Once an operational alternator    is detected, both batteries are automatically combined. When the alternator is turned off, the batteries are once again isolated to prevent power draining from the other battery.
The BattCom is ideal for multiple battery systems and as an automatic battery switch replacement.

Designed for rugged environments, the compact BattCom incorporates 280 amp heavy duty relay contacts and is 100% sealed and waterproof. Corrosion resistant stainless steel studs and an impact resistant ABS case make this battery combiner a must for any serious boater.

View BattCom Datasheet (.pdf)



  •  Available in 12 and 24 volt versions 
  •  Dimensions:  3" H x 4" W x 2.5" D
  •  Weight:  1 lb.
  •  Made in the U.S.A.
Product Number Description
93-BATTCOM-A BattCom - 12 VDC
93-STARTNWRMT-A Optional Remote Dash Indicator

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