Charles Marine chargers receive ABS approval

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Charles Marine and Industrial Group received American Bureau of Shipping Type Approval of its HQ and InCharger Series battery chargers.

ABS certifies that enrolled manufacturers are capable of consistently producing a product in compliance with stringent specifications. Companies receiving the approval are required to have a valid and current design approval and manufacturer assessment.

The HQ and InCharger Series battery chargers are designed for the megayacht, workboat and military markets.

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Rolling Meadows, Ill.-based Charles Marine & Industrial Group is a provider of AC and DC electrical products, including chargers, inverters, isolation and boosting transformers, and on-board communications systems.

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