20A In-Vehicle DC Battery Charger
Keep your battery charged while driving with the REDARC BCDC1220. It’s a 12V, 20A, in-vehicle, multi-stage, DC to DC battery charger.
Charges your auxiliary battery on the go with DC (alternator) and solar.
Keeps your fridge running and your food and beers cold.
Works with all battery types, including lithium.
Install anywhere: heat, water, dust and vibration proof.
Maximize battery life.
Suitable for both 12v or 24v vehicles.
Overcomes voltage drop caused by long cable runs.
Keep your battery charged while driving with the REDARC BCDC1220. It’s a 12V, 20A, in-vehicle, multi-stage, DC to DC battery charger. It works with a wide operating range from 9-32V and allows you to charge from both 12V and 24V vehicle systems. The BCDC range charges your secondary battery banks to 100% state of charge while on the move.
Multi-stage charging profile
The unique charging profile for each battery type allows the maintenance of a 100% charge for your auxiliary battery.* It charges AGM, gel, calcium content, VRLA and standard lead acid batteries.
*large capacity battery banks may require a few cycles to fully charge.
Built tough for all conditions
The In-vehicle Battery Charger has been proven to operate under extreme heat, up to 176°F, and eliminates the risk of dust or water getting into the unit.
Additionally, the BCDC1220 holds up against the roughest types of terrain and even while crossing deep water. Bottom line: it will keep you on the road and powered up when you need it most.
For help in choosing the best dual battery setup for your needs use the free REDARC dual battery selector.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
|Maximum Charging Voltage||15.4V|
|Output Current Rating (Cont.)||20A|
|Input Current (Max.)||9 - 32VDC|
|Input Fuse Rating||40A|
|Output Fuse Rating||40A|
|Standby Current Draw||<100mA|
There are some Lithium battery manufacturers that are not suitable to be used with the REDARC charger, however there is not a listing available. For reference, Expion360 LiFePO4 batteries are used within the REDARC fleet, but if you are interested in other brands then it is recommended you consult with the tech support of that battery manufacturer to confirm the compatibility with a REDARC charger.
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