Marine Solar Battery Chargers

      • Ganz Eco-Energy Charge Controller Kit
        Starting At: $47.00

        Ganz Eco-Energy Charge Controller GCC-4.5A KitIncludes: All Connections to hook upto Ganz Semi-Flexible Solar Panels(cables, ring terminals, wire nuts)Smallest, most advanced & economical charge controller in the market and specially designed for...

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      • Ganz Eco-Energy GEVC Boost Solar Charge Controller - 4A/36V, 3A/48V
        Starting At: $436.00

        GEVC Boost Solar Charge ControllerGEVC has dual function of DC-DC Booster and Solar Charge Controller. GEVC Controller + Ganz GSP 12V Solar Panel is the best solution for connecting to a 36V or 48V System of Electric Inboard Motors, Electric Outboard...

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      • Ganz Eco-Energy GEVC Boost Solar Charge Controller - 8A/36V, 6A/48V
        Starting At: $728.00

        GEVC Boost Solar Charge ControllerGEVC has dual function of DC-DC Booster and Solar Charge Controller. GEVC Controller + Ganz GSP 12V Solar Panel is the best solution for connecting to a 36V or 48V System of Electric Inboard Motors, Electric Outboard...

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      • Ganz Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panel 83W
        List Price: $1,111.00
        Starting At: $562.99

        Eco-Energy Semi-Flexible Solar Panel - 80WGanz Eco-Energy's fully weatherproof solar modules are designed to provide clean, quiet and reliable power for rugged marine and other outdoor applications. An unbreakable plastic film surface with semi-flexible...

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      Marine Solar Battery Chargers

      The future is solar and Wholesale Marine wants to help you save money and energy with our variety of Solar Panels, Mount Kits, Solar Panel Chargers,Charge Controllers, Rollable Solar Panel Chargers, and Solar accessories for your marine water craft!

      Having the ability to run household appliances on the road or on the high seas is a great convenience. A solar panel charger made for that purpose will give you years of high quality, trouble-free power. Some people just use small "Big-Box Mart" inverters for their RV's and boats, which can work somewhat well. When you get into inverters that charge batteries, however, things change.

      If you ever plan to connect to "shore power" from your garage, the KOA, or your marina, you should only use an inverter / charger that is "mobile" rated by UL standards. These inverters provide automatic "ground switching" between the vehicle ground and the ground coming from the shore line.