- 12 volt / 55 amp 4-stage battery charging
- 8 pre-set battery type selector plus de-sulphation
- Capable of charging totally flat batteries
- PFC, draws about 30% less power than conventional units
- 20 m/s crossover time
- 30 amp through current ability on all models
- Pure sine wave for sensitive electronics
- High overload ability
- Very low no-load and operating energy consumption
- High temperature rating
- Low quiescent current
- Power saver mode to automatically reduce power consumption
- Allows through power with no batteries connected
- Relocatable panel to give remote control with warning and function indicators.
- remote on/off plus remote power saver on/off
- 10 metres remote cable
- 19 alarms / warnings / indicators
- 7.3" x 7.1" x 17"
- 40 lb (1600 w) / 44 lbs (2500 w)
- 120 volt (230 volt available)
Sterling ProCombi S Pure Sine Wave Inverter-Chargers are straightforward, powerful and robust. Combining an inverter, battery charger and 30A transfer switch, they are compact, simple, and easy to install. They are also very energy efficient, and easy on the pocket. It's hard to find a quality inverter/charger for less. We have sold quite a few of these over the last three years, with good feedback from customers and professional installers.
The battery charger features advanced multi-stage charging with digital control. Adjustment is easily made via a selector switch to accommodate alternative battery types.The control and indicator panel can be remote mounted via a 30' cable that is included with the unit.
Compared to the Magnum MS2812, the Sterling is narrower, longer, a few pounds lighter, and with a smaller but still resepectable 55-amp charger. At just over half the price, the Sterling includes a remote with on/off capability, and allows you to choose among battery types at the charger. The Magnum requires a nearly $200 remote to choose anything but a flooded lead-acid battery. The Sterling has a two-year warranty, the Magum has three years.
ProCombi S Features
Sailing Today, a popular British boating magazine, compares the ProCombi against Mastervolt, Victon, and other inverter-chargers, and declares the Sterling "best of the bunch by a country mile".