EcoTech Marine Releases New Battery BackupPosted on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 at 12:19 pm by Felicia McCaulley
EcoTech Marine has just released a new Battery Backup. This new battery backup is produced in-house and ensures that EcoTech Marine has full control of availability and quality. The new battery now comes with two cables allowing the user to backup multiple pumps, or chain multiple batteries together for longer run-time. Along with a new and more powerful charger, this new battery looks to be a great addition to any VorTech setup.
From EcoTech Marine
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In our quest to continually raise the bar for product excellence and customer experience, EcoTech Marine is pleased to announce the release of the all new EcoTech Marine Battery BackupTM. Thanks to our loyal and rapidly expanding customer base,EcoTech Marinecontinues to grow its product line. Expanding our product line and in-sourcing our production and quality control is a natural step for us to take and one we hope is embraced by the reefing community. After an extensive period of engineering, the new EcoTech Marine Battery Backup is now shipping. “By bringing the Battery Backup accessory in-house, we can now better control the availability and final quality of this critical piece of reef tank insurance,” said Tim Marks, President of EcoTech Marine. “We thank IceCap for their support over the years and are pleased to take this step forward.” The Battery Backup also now comes with two spare cables, instead of just one allowing you to backup multiple VorTech propeller pumps or link batteries together for more run time. Additionally, we are utilizing a more powerful charger which allows for longer run-time, all while keeping the price for this accessory at its current level of $165 USD. Look for it at on-line retailers and local shops now. Remember, it might take a typhoon to destroy a natural reef, but for our captive reefs it only takes a power outage.