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Ionic 4 Bank Charger 12V 10A

(7 customer reviews)
Expected to Ship Out Beginning of July

Keep Your Boat Batteries Charged Conveniently

  • Charges 12V Lithium (LiFePo4) batteries up to 4 banks at 10A the same time.
  • Green and Red indicators lights for charging status. (Green: Power or Charging Completed)-(Red: Charging),
  • Lightweight and low profile design
  • Can also be used for 2- 3 bank charging system.
  • Can be used to charge lead-acid or AGM batteries.
  • Ionic Lithium APP shows charge level and time to charge when using Ionic Lithium Batteries.
  • 60in (5ft) cable length on each bank
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$369.00

Availability: Available on backorder

Warranty: 1 Year

Ionic 12V 4 Bank 10A Battery Charger

Charge Four Marine Batteries At Once

Keep Your Boat Batteries Charged Conveniently 

When you’re hours from shore and the boat battery dies, your perfect weekend turns into an absolute nightmare. That’s why prepping for the trip with a reliable battery charger is so important. 

Lithium Hub’s 4-Bank Marine Charger gives you the power you need to enjoy your time on the water; conveniently and reliably. 

So, what type of boat charger do you need? And aren’t they expensive? Well, most of them are, but a rare few happen to be both affordable and high-quality. Enter the 4-Bank Marine Charger.

The 4-Bank Marine Charger can charge four lithium, AGM or lead-acid batteries simultaneously. 

It’s extra lightweight, affordable, and capable. With this charger, you’ll save loads of time and enjoy the simplicity of charging your batteries with a strong and reliable multi-bank marine battery charger. Let’s explore the benefits.

Benefits Of Owning The 4-Bank Marine Battery Charger

  • Charges your batteries faster and more conveniently
  • Charges up to four 12V lithium batteries at once
  • Can charge lead-acid and AGM batteries
  • Five-foot cable length
  • Colored lights indicate charging status
  • Ionic Lithium app shows charge level when using Ionic Lithium Batteries
  • Lightweight
  • Affordable

The 4-Bank Marine Charger Advantage 

The 4-Bank Marine Charger is capable of charging up to four 12V lithium batteries at a time. No electrical problems, no design flaws — nothing but easy, battery charging power. It’s designed for success, and we’re sure you’ll get nothing less from it. (And even if you did, your purchase includes a one-year warranty for the product.)

The 4-Bank Marine Charger is one of the first on-board boat chargers with the ability to charge lithium batteries, which is great, but what if you have lead-acid or AGM batteries? No problem at all — the versatile 4-Bank Marine Charger works for them too. Also, you don’t have to place the batteries right next to the charger, because the 4-bank lithium battery charger has five-foot cables on each bank, giving you some reach to work with.

Our boat charger has lights that indicate the charge level. A red light means the battery is still charging, while a green light means it’s complete, plus, with Ionic Lithium Batteries, the Ionic Lithium app will tell you its charge in real-time. 

Some battery chargers are bulky, heavy, and awkward, but the 4-Bank Marine Charger only weighs eleven pounds; the lightest of its kind. On top of that, it’s small: the battery charger measures 12in x 9.5in x 2in. 

Lastly, the 4-Bank Marine Charger is affordable. More affordable, in fact, than just about any 4 bank marine battery charger on the market. Besides the excellent warranty, the battery charger comes with the LithiumHub 30 Day Return Policy and free shipping. So is it worth it? We think so, but we’ll let you do the math. 

Is The 4-Bank Marine Battery Charger A Good Investment? 

Boats can be quite the investment, so it’s good to weigh each cost and choose wisely.

It really boils down to a couple things. Can you get away with having a low quality battery charger you don’t trust? And do you need a multi-bank marine charger to begin with?

This is how we see it. First, if you like saving a lot of time and enjoy the overall convenience of being able to charge up to 4 batteries at a time, a multi-bank boat charger is definitely in your wheelhouse.

Second, if you don’t want to miss out on a great boating weekend because of a dead on-board marine charger (not to mention the joys of searching for another not-so-cheap charger), you’ll want a good, reliable charger that stands the test of time. 

So quality is also a must. But you don’t want to spend more than you have to either, and most multi-bank battery chargers are the polar opposite of affordable. 

It’s the combination of all these things that makes this charger, in our humble opinion, the best option on the market.

The quality and features of our 4-Bank Marine Charger match some of the most expensive models available. It’s a well-designed, reliable marine charger that can charge four batteries at once, and is able to survive and thrive under hostile marine and other outdoor environments. 

Ultimately, we know you value convenience and quality, and your satisfaction is our top priority. That’s why we’re proud to make products like the 4-Bank Marine Charger, which has lived up to customer expectations every step of the way. 

The Ionic 4-bank lithium charger, charges 12V (LiFePo4) batteries individually at 10A on each channel. The charger can be used for 48V, 36V, 24V or 12V systems.  This charger can also be used to charge lead acid or AGM batteries. It can be used for 2 or 3 bank charging system as well by doubling up on different banks.  The 4 bank charges to 14.6V by constant current at 10A then floats to 13.8V.  Weighing only 11lbs with a size of 12in x 9.5in x 2in gives this charger a low profile and is one of the lightest chargers on the market.

Makes a great charger for Ionic Batteries and lead acid batteries.

Makes a great Fast charger for the following LithiumHub Batteries12V 50Ah Lithium Deep Cycle Battery, Lithium Marine Batteries, Lithium Fishing Kayak Batteries, & more (see all batteries)!

 

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Input 110V/120VAC at 7.5A
Output Power 584W
Charge Voltage 14.6V
Float Voltage 13.8V
Current 10A each Channel
Weight 11 lbs
Size 12 in x 9.5 in x 2 in

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Ray Hebert (verified owner)

    so far so good,charges my lithium batteries in about 20-30 minutes . Time will tell only had it now a week but am very pleased.

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  2. Question

    Phillip Lee

    I have the 125AH Ionic battery on a Dual Pro 10 Amp per bank charger. I have noticed it takes forever to charge. This weekend I fished all day and ran it down to 40% then charged overnight about 10 hours. It only charged it to 80%. I decided to search for a 15 Amp per bank charger because I thought this might be my problem but was surprised that this one is only a 10 amp/bank. Maybe my charger is bad. How fast should it be charging? I only have 3 batteries. If I buy this one can I connect 2 banks to 1 battery to make it charge faster?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Yes Phillip you need a charger. Dual Pro chargers will not charge lithium batteries. My 4 bank charger is what you need and the extra bank just needs the fuse pull out. You can double up but when you get them charged to 100% they will last a lot longer.

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  3. Question

    Rich Miller

    I’m looking at your 36 volt package deal, I was wondering if I would be able to hook the Power Pole charging system to your set up. To charge while on the water iff alternator.

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Yes on power pole. Go to lithiumhub.com/bundle for bundle deals.

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  4. Question

    Jason

    Can you charge a lead acid battery and a lithium battery at the same time?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      I am guess you are using a 4 bank onboard charger. Yes you can.

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  5. Question

    Ali Almehairbi

    Do you have battery charger work with 220v input

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    • MK (verified owner)

      All of them are 110 volt.

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  6. Question

    Barry Carrico

    Can your 4 bank charger charge 3 ionic 12v 50ah trolling batteries and a AGM starting battery at the same time

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Yes, it will charge all batteries.

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  7. Question

    JoeBahr

    Could a portable generator be used to power the charger and what wattage would be required?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      A 200 watt generator are larger.

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  8. Question

    Keith

    Will this charger be ok to charge blue top optima batteries? And does it have an auto shutoff or trickle charge on non lithium batteries? Thanks

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Yes it will and yes it has a float mode.

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  9. Question

    JG

    I have the 4 bank charger and unfortunately I don’t have room to put all 4 of my batteries within 5 feet of the charger. What is the best way to extend one of the terminal charging end of the cable to the other end of my boat?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Just get the same gauge wire or bigger and add to it. It will not hurt the charger

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  10. Question

    Denny (verified owner)

    Is this product waterproof sealed? Can it be submerst?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      It is not 100% waterproof.

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  11. One person found this helpful

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    Joe

    Any issues charging agm cranking battery and 3 lithium batteries at same time?

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    • One person found this helpful

      MK

      You can use our 4 bank Lithium Charger to charge both Lithium batteries and AGM / Lead Acid batteries at the same time. No issues doing that. The battery charger floats to 13.8V after a 14.6V charge.

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    Ron proia (verified owner)

    Is the ionic charger smart as well for overcharging on lead acid? In other words, can i keep it plugged in while im waiting for green light on my lithium!?

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    • One person found this helpful

      MK

      All of the ionic chargers do have smarts to it. After a full charge to 14.6V the chargers hold a float charge to 13.8V which allows the charger to stay plugged in.

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  13. Question

    Denny (verified owner)

    Should the ionic 4bank charger be unplugged to my ionic batteries when they reach 100%. I have 3 with one wet cell cranking, that needs extra time to charge. Otherwise my ionic batteries will show a error in the HV column.

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    • MK (verified owner)

      You can just leave it plug in.

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  14. One person found this helpful

    Morgan Spruill (verified owner)

    Just got it installed along with for batteries. Used one time and everything is great so far. Love the Lord of 200+ lbs in the back end. I am installing a DC charger to keep the batteries in a higher state of charge during the day. Fished 9 hours and had 15% charge left on the 50ah batteries at end of day. Too close for comfort. Great customer service! Took about 4-5 hours to recharge, but I had them run down pretty far.

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  15. Question

    Todd

    Is there a users and installation manual for the 4 bank charger? I just received mine today but it was just the charger in a box. No paperwork of any kind included.

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    • MK (verified owner)

      You can go to the website. Lithiumhub.com

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  16. Dan (verified owner)

    1 month in and everything is working perfect. Switched to Lithiums couple years back and only had a single charger available at the time. Anyone that has ever had to monitor and change from battery to battery will understand what a pain in the a$$ that is. The install was quick and simple and now it’s as simple as back the boat into the garage, plug in the charger, and forget about it until it’s time to fish again. The cost is minimal when you consider the cost of the Lithiums and how easy it will make your life. My advise is pull the trigger, order it up and never look back.

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  17. Question

    Steven Geiget (verified owner)

    Can the charger cord on one of the banks be extended to 15 feet. My trolling batteries are mid boat on my Lund tree. Need longer extension for charging starter battery in back of boat.

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    • One person found this helpful

      MK

      Our cable length on each bank is currently at 5ft (60in) long. The charger AC input cable is also 5ft (60in) long. Currently we have not plans to increase length of the cables for production. However, you might be able to cut the ends of the cable and increase some length to you cable as needed.

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  18. peter lorsong (verified owner)

    outstanding product no complaints, batteries charge fast. also my AGM cranking /acc battery loves it.

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  19. Kelly G Dearwester (verified owner)

    Exceed expectations. Works perfectly.

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  20. M Rowe (verified owner)

    Very impressed with the charger so far. Works perfectly!

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  21. Quinten Mouser (verified owner)

    Haven’t had them long but very pleased so far. Definitely tell the difference in performance of batteries and boat.

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    Rodney A Jacoby

    Can I charge my acid battery and My lithium ion battery at the same time with one charger

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    • MK

      Yes, You can charge different battery chemistries at the same time. You can connect a lead acid battery in parallel to a lithium battery. That can work but over time several days- weeks the lead acid would drain the lithium battery with the lead acid battery being at a lower resting voltage. If a trickle charger is attached or in series then a battery drain would not happen.

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  23. IONIC LITHIUM BATTERY REVIEW. (YouTube)

    Denis Karachopan

    Here is my full review on Ionic Batteries and Battery charger. I will do a follow up review after fishing the rest of my 2020 Bass Master Eastern Open Scheduel. Please Subscribe to my channel!

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  24. Question

    Chad hil

    Will the 4 bank charger work on the 24 volt 50 amp hour battery as well

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    • MK

      The 4 bank charger will not work on the 24V 50Ah battery.

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    Clay Farmer

    What is the red blinking light?

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    • MK

      If the Red LED is blinking something is wrong with the charger. The chargers currently have solid- Green for power, solid- Red for Charging and then solid- Green for end of Charger. The newer 4 bank 12V10A and 2 bank 36V10A will have solid- Orange for power, solid – Red for Charging and then solid – Green for end of Charge.

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  26. Question

    Danny Dobson

    If i hook up 2 12volts to make 24 volt. Can i hook this charger up to one battery and it wil charge both? Or do i have to hook a charge lead to each individual battery???

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    • MK

      If you are using Ionic’s 4 bank Charger 12V10A, you can put two banks on each 12V battery to allow for 12V 20A charging on each battery. It is best to allow for charging on each 12V battery. If you did have a separate 24V Charger having two of Ionics batteries in series for 24V that would work as well.

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  27. Question

    Jack Cox

    Should the 4 bank charger be left on after the batteries reach 100% charge, or should they be turned off after reaching full charge? Also, if only using 3 of the 4 banks are being used, is it OK to just remove the fuse for the bank not being used?

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    • MK (verified owner)

      Yes just remove the fuse and yes you can leave the charger plugged in.

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