MarCum Lithium Shuttle

$199.99

Add the long-life power of Lithium ION to your MarCum® sonar units. Compact, lightweight and long-lasting, the Lithium Shuttle, powered by a 12-volt 12-amp hour Lithium ION polymer battery, can extend your unit’s continuous run time up to 36 hours. Designed for the new MarCum® M-Series and the LX-6s & LX-7 sonar systems.

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SKU: 857224002767.

Battery Specifications

MODEL NO. MLS – Lithium Shuttle
ESTIMATED RUNTIME* Up to 40 Hours Depending on Conditions
SIZE 10-7/8″ x 10-1/2″ x 10-5/8″
WEIGHT 4 lbs. 5oz.
CAPACITY 12-amp hour
VOLTAGE 12.8 Vd.c.
TERMINALS MarCum Proprietary Power Plug
PEAK DISCHARGE 10-amps
MAX CHARGE CURRENT 10-amps
BMS PROTECTION

Circuitry designed to prevent the battery from operating outside its safe operating levels. Includes: over-current & over-voltage protection, regulates operation during high & low temperatures, balanced charging, and short circuit protection.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE -29°C to +49°C

LITHIUM SHUTTLE FEATURES

  • Compact, Lightweight, Long-Lasting
  • Up to 40 Hour Continuous Run Time (Battery life varies by use, settings, configuration, and many other factors)
  • Lithium ION Polymer Battery
  • Recharge Fast with the included 3-amp Hour Charger
  • Battery Status Indicator
  • LED Lighting Positioned to Illuminate Hole and Charge Glow Lures
  • Dual USB Power Ports
  • Integrated Cable Storage and Grips
  • Dual Rod Holders
  • Two 1/4 – 20 Ports for Additional Accessories
  • Inverted Transducer Rest Eliminates Freeze Up
  • Dual Transducer Support Arm Mounts (One transducer support arm included)
  • Articulating Handle with Locking Spokes Adjusts to Fit Most Ice Sonar Systems
  • Easy Assembly

*Runtime estimates are based on power usage with factory default settings. Changes in user settings like screen brightness can have a major impact on power draw and therefore runtimes. MarCum Technologies offer these estimates to aid in determining the size battery you need to meet your use case.

Weights & Dims

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 11″
WEIGHT 4.5 lbs.

Accessories Included

BATTERY Lithium Shuttle with Built-in Rechargeable 12-Volt 12-amp
CHARGER 3-Stage Automatic Lithium Charger
WARRANTY One Year System Warranty

Manual for the MarCum Lithium Shuttle Download for Free! Click on link Lithium Shuttle Manual

Manuel en français pour le système MarCum Lithium Shuttle
Télécharger gratuitement! Cliquez sur le lien Lithium Shuttle Manuel en Français

BMS Protection

Circuitry designed to prevent the battery from operating outside its safe operating levels. Includes: over-current & over-voltage protection, regulates operation during high & low temperatures, balanced charging, and short circuit protection.

Warnings

  • Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water. Keep the battery in a cool dry place when not in use.
  • Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source (i.e. heater, furnace, fire).
  • Use the battery charger only as directed when recharging.
  • Do not reverse the positive and negative terminals on the battery connections.
  • Do not discard the battery in a fire, furnace, or other combustible space.
  • Do not connect the battery directly to an electrical outlet.
  • Do not short –circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
  • Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
  • If the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or in any way appears abnormal during use, or while charging or discharging, immediately stop using it.
  • If the battery leaks and the battery contents (electrolyte) gets into an eye, do not rub the eye. Instead, flush the eye(s) with clean water and immediately seek medical attention or it may result in injury to the eye(s).
  • Do not use the battery in a location where static electricity or magnetic fields are great or it may result in damage to the battery safety devices.
  • Do not leave the battery in high temperatures (i.e. in direct sunlight or in a vehicle in extremely hot weather) or it may overheat, and its performance will be degraded, and service life decreased.
  • Tape the battery terminals prior to disposal to insulate them as discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion.
  • Follow manufacturers instructions.

TIME TO GET REAL

The all-new MarCum MX-7GPS pairs GPS and mapping with the most advanced, proven ice sonar of all time. Gone are the days of using open-water sonar simply to get GPS capability; welcome an era of ice-specific sonar/GPS innovated for the rigors and mechanics of our sport.

LITHIUM FLASHERS FOR LESS, COMPLETE WITH CASH-BACK

From MarCum Technologies, the industry champion in ice electronics that serve the angler first, comes a new riff on established innovations. MarCum’s engineering feats have led the sonar space for decades, with a healthy list of patents to prove it. From Interference Rejection (IR) to moveable zoom, our advancements are translated to more fish on ice. A recent improvement comes in the form of a patented “light pipe” – a brushless system that provides razor-thin target returns that give anglers the ultimate in resolution and fish-catching clarity.

Sonar Plus Camera – Ice’s Dealiest 1 – 2 Punch

It could be the most common question found on internet forums, Facebook groups, and among the freshman class of ice’s newest anglers – “Sonar or camera?” Sounds like a simple question. Multiple choice even. The answer has always been straight-forward too, with most experienced anglers leaning towards a sonar first, then purchasing a camera to eventually fill in the knowledge gaps as needed depending upon their species of interest.

Why the LX-7 Lithium Combo Will Change the Way You Fish w/ 330 Maniac

Scott Mackner, known by his handle 330 Maniac, is an avid fisherman and content creator from Minnesota. He is known for his fishing and trapping videos, his knowledgeable skill set and his ability to chase down a multitude of species.
He recently sat down with us to discuss why he made the switch to MarCum. From target separation to customizable zoom, Scott breaks down the top 5 reasons he chooses the LX-7 Combo over anything else.

AVERAGE RUNTIMES
WITH SPECIFIC MODELS

model
power draw
estimated runtime
M1 0.23A 52 hours
M3 0.20A 60 hours
M5 0.28A 43 hours
LX-6s 0.37A 32hours
LX-7 0.55A 22 hours
LX-9 0.78A 15 hours
MX-7gps 0.33A 36 hours
VS485c 0.38A 32 hours
Mission SD 0.30A 40 hours
Quest HD 0.88A 14 hours
model
power draw
estimated runtime
Ice 35 0.21A 57 hours
Ice 45 0.25A 48 hours
Ice 55 0.30A 40 hours
Piranha MAX 4/4DI 0.18A 67 hours
Helix 5   (ALL Models) 0.60A 20 hours
Helix 7   (ALL Models) 0.85A 14 hours
Helix 8   (ALL Models) 1.00A 12 hours
Helix 12 (ALL Models) 1.75A 7 hours
Solix 10 (ALL Models) 2.40A 5 hours
Solix 12 (ALL Models) 2.88A 4 hours
Solix 15 (ALL Models) 4.56A 3 hours

*Power Draw collected from Humminbird® website: https://humminbird.johnsonoutdoors.com.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
Striker 1.00A 12 hours
Striker Plus 1.50A 8 hours
echoMAP 50s/dv 2.25A 5 hours
echoMAP 70s/dv 2.25A 5 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 4x 0.41A 29 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 5x 0.59A 20 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 6x 1.41A 9 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 7x 1.67A 7 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 4x 0.41A 29 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 6x 1.00A 12 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 7x 1.25A 10 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 9x 1.50A 8 hours
ECHOMAP Ultra 10x 2.16A 6 hours
ECHOMAP Ultra 12x 2.16A 6 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 6x 1.00A 12 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 7x 1.25A 10 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 9x 1.50A 8 hours
Livescope GLS10 4.83A 2 hours

*Max Amp Draw collected from Garmin® website: https://support.garmin.com and Manuals. Panoptix LiveScope GLS 10 Sonar Module listed as 58W max.; with a 12 volt dc power source, this equates to 4.83A.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
FL-8SE 0.25A 48 hours
FLX-12 0.24A 50 hours
FL-18 0.20A 60 hours
FLX-20 0.22A 55 hours
FLX-28 0.26A 46 hours
FLX-30BB 0.30A 40 hours

*Power Draw collected from Vexilar® website: https://vexilar.com.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
Hook 5 0.90A 13 hours
Hook 7 1.25A 10 hours
Hook 9 1.50A 8 hours
Elite-7Ti2 0.90A 13 hours
Elite-9Ti2 0.90A 13 hours
Elite-12Ti2 1.90A 6 hours
HDS-7 1.70A 7 hours
HDS-9 2.00A 6 hours
HDS-12 2.30A 5 hours
HDS-16 3.00A 4 hours

*Power Draw collected from Lowrance® website: https://lowrance.com/.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
715c 0.70A 17 hours
HD7i Gen2 1.00A 12 hours
HD7i Pro Gen2 1.20A 10 hours
HD10i Gen2 1.50A 8 hours
HD10i Pro Gen2 1.50A 8 hours

*Power Draw calculated from dividing the battery amp hours (dependent by model) by estimated runtimes provided  from Aqua Vu® website: https://aquavu.com.

*Runtime estimates are based on manufacturer represented power usage with factory default settings. Changes in user settings like screen brightness may impact power draw and therefore runtimes. As MarCum is not affiliated with the other companies listed, please contact the individual manufacturer for any further information. MarCum calculates runtimes based on amperage of the battery divided by the power draw of the model number. MarCum will update power draw information as provided by manufacturer. MarCum Technologies offers these estimates to aid in determining the size battery you need to meet your use case.

Battery Specifications

MODEL NO. MLS – Lithium Shuttle
ESTIMATED RUNTIME* Up to 40 Hours Depending on Conditions
SIZE 10-7/8″ x 10-1/2″ x 10-5/8″
WEIGHT 4 lbs. 5oz.
CAPACITY 12-amp hour
VOLTAGE 12.8 Vd.c.
TERMINALS MarCum Proprietary Power Plug
PEAK DISCHARGE 10-amps
MAX CHARGE CURRENT 10-amps
BMS PROTECTION

Circuitry designed to prevent the battery from operating outside its safe operating levels. Includes: over-current & over-voltage protection, regulates operation during high & low temperatures, balanced charging, and short circuit protection.

OPERATING TEMPERATURE -29°C to +49°C

LITHIUM SHUTTLE FEATURES

  • Compact, Lightweight, Long-Lasting
  • Up to 40 Hour Continuous Run Time (Battery life varies by use, settings, configuration, and many other factors)
  • Lithium ION Polymer Battery
  • Recharge Fast with the included 3-amp Hour Charger
  • Battery Status Indicator
  • LED Lighting Positioned to Illuminate Hole and Charge Glow Lures
  • Dual USB Power Ports
  • Integrated Cable Storage and Grips
  • Dual Rod Holders
  • Two 1/4 – 20 Ports for Additional Accessories
  • Inverted Transducer Rest Eliminates Freeze Up
  • Dual Transducer Support Arm Mounts (One transducer support arm included)
  • Articulating Handle with Locking Spokes Adjusts to Fit Most Ice Sonar Systems
  • Easy Assembly

*Runtime estimates are based on power usage with factory default settings. Changes in user settings like screen brightness can have a major impact on power draw and therefore runtimes. MarCum Technologies offer these estimates to aid in determining the size battery you need to meet your use case.

Weights & Dims

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 11″
WEIGHT 4.5 lbs.

Accessories Included

BATTERY Lithium Shuttle with Built-in Rechargeable 12-Volt 12-amp
CHARGER 3-Stage Automatic Lithium Charger
WARRANTY One Year System Warranty

Manual for the MarCum Lithium Shuttle Download for Free! Click on link Lithium Shuttle Manual

Manuel en français pour le système MarCum Lithium Shuttle
Télécharger gratuitement! Cliquez sur le lien Lithium Shuttle Manuel en Français

BMS Protection

Circuitry designed to prevent the battery from operating outside its safe operating levels. Includes: over-current & over-voltage protection, regulates operation during high & low temperatures, balanced charging, and short circuit protection.

Warnings

  • Do not immerse the battery in water or sea water. Keep the battery in a cool dry place when not in use.
  • Do not use or leave the battery near a heat source (i.e. heater, furnace, fire).
  • Use the battery charger only as directed when recharging.
  • Do not reverse the positive and negative terminals on the battery connections.
  • Do not discard the battery in a fire, furnace, or other combustible space.
  • Do not connect the battery directly to an electrical outlet.
  • Do not short –circuit the battery by directly connecting the positive and negative terminals with metal objects.
  • Do not directly solder the battery or pierce the battery with a nail or other sharp objects.
  • If the battery gives off an odor, generates heat, becomes discolored or in any way appears abnormal during use, or while charging or discharging, immediately stop using it.
  • If the battery leaks and the battery contents (electrolyte) gets into an eye, do not rub the eye. Instead, flush the eye(s) with clean water and immediately seek medical attention or it may result in injury to the eye(s).
  • Do not use the battery in a location where static electricity or magnetic fields are great or it may result in damage to the battery safety devices.
  • Do not leave the battery in high temperatures (i.e. in direct sunlight or in a vehicle in extremely hot weather) or it may overheat, and its performance will be degraded, and service life decreased.
  • Tape the battery terminals prior to disposal to insulate them as discarded batteries may cause fire or explosion.
  • Follow manufacturers instructions.

TIME TO GET REAL

The all-new MarCum MX-7GPS pairs GPS and mapping with the most advanced, proven ice sonar of all time. Gone are the days of using open-water sonar simply to get GPS capability; welcome an era of ice-specific sonar/GPS innovated for the rigors and mechanics of our sport.

LITHIUM FLASHERS FOR LESS, COMPLETE WITH CASH-BACK

From MarCum Technologies, the industry champion in ice electronics that serve the angler first, comes a new riff on established innovations. MarCum’s engineering feats have led the sonar space for decades, with a healthy list of patents to prove it. From Interference Rejection (IR) to moveable zoom, our advancements are translated to more fish on ice. A recent improvement comes in the form of a patented “light pipe” – a brushless system that provides razor-thin target returns that give anglers the ultimate in resolution and fish-catching clarity.

Sonar Plus Camera – Ice’s Dealiest 1 – 2 Punch

It could be the most common question found on internet forums, Facebook groups, and among the freshman class of ice’s newest anglers – “Sonar or camera?” Sounds like a simple question. Multiple choice even. The answer has always been straight-forward too, with most experienced anglers leaning towards a sonar first, then purchasing a camera to eventually fill in the knowledge gaps as needed depending upon their species of interest.

Why the LX-7 Lithium Combo Will Change the Way You Fish w/ 330 Maniac

Scott Mackner, known by his handle 330 Maniac, is an avid fisherman and content creator from Minnesota. He is known for his fishing and trapping videos, his knowledgeable skill set and his ability to chase down a multitude of species.
He recently sat down with us to discuss why he made the switch to MarCum. From target separation to customizable zoom, Scott breaks down the top 5 reasons he chooses the LX-7 Combo over anything else.

AVERAGE RUNTIMES
WITH SPECIFIC MODELS

model
power draw
estimated runtime
M1 0.23A 52 hours
M3 0.20A 60 hours
M5 0.28A 43 hours
LX-6s 0.37A 32hours
LX-7 0.55A 22 hours
LX-9 0.78A 15 hours
MX-7gps 0.33A 36 hours
VS485c 0.38A 32 hours
Mission SD 0.30A 40 hours
Quest HD 0.88A 14 hours
model
power draw
estimated runtime
Ice 35 0.21A 57 hours
Ice 45 0.25A 48 hours
Ice 55 0.30A 40 hours
Piranha MAX 4/4DI 0.18A 67 hours
Helix 5   (ALL Models) 0.60A 20 hours
Helix 7   (ALL Models) 0.85A 14 hours
Helix 8   (ALL Models) 1.00A 12 hours
Helix 12 (ALL Models) 1.75A 7 hours
Solix 10 (ALL Models) 2.40A 5 hours
Solix 12 (ALL Models) 2.88A 4 hours
Solix 15 (ALL Models) 4.56A 3 hours

*Power Draw collected from Humminbird® website: https://humminbird.johnsonoutdoors.com.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
Striker 1.00A 12 hours
Striker Plus 1.50A 8 hours
echoMAP 50s/dv 2.25A 5 hours
echoMAP 70s/dv 2.25A 5 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 4x 0.41A 29 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 5x 0.59A 20 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 6x 1.41A 9 hours
EchoMAP CHIRP 7x 1.67A 7 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 4x 0.41A 29 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 6x 1.00A 12 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 7x 1.25A 10 hours
ECHOMAP Plus 9x 1.50A 8 hours
ECHOMAP Ultra 10x 2.16A 6 hours
ECHOMAP Ultra 12x 2.16A 6 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 6x 1.00A 12 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 7x 1.25A 10 hours
ECHOMAP UHD 9x 1.50A 8 hours
Livescope GLS10 4.83A 2 hours

*Max Amp Draw collected from Garmin® website: https://support.garmin.com and Manuals. Panoptix LiveScope GLS 10 Sonar Module listed as 58W max.; with a 12 volt dc power source, this equates to 4.83A.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
FL-8SE 0.25A 48 hours
FLX-12 0.24A 50 hours
FL-18 0.20A 60 hours
FLX-20 0.22A 55 hours
FLX-28 0.26A 46 hours
FLX-30BB 0.30A 40 hours

*Power Draw collected from Vexilar® website: https://vexilar.com.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
Hook 5 0.90A 13 hours
Hook 7 1.25A 10 hours
Hook 9 1.50A 8 hours
Elite-7Ti2 0.90A 13 hours
Elite-9Ti2 0.90A 13 hours
Elite-12Ti2 1.90A 6 hours
HDS-7 1.70A 7 hours
HDS-9 2.00A 6 hours
HDS-12 2.30A 5 hours
HDS-16 3.00A 4 hours

*Power Draw collected from Lowrance® website: https://lowrance.com/.

model
power draw
estimated runtime
715c 0.70A 17 hours
HD7i Gen2 1.00A 12 hours
HD7i Pro Gen2 1.20A 10 hours
HD10i Gen2 1.50A 8 hours
HD10i Pro Gen2 1.50A 8 hours

*Power Draw calculated from dividing the battery amp hours (dependent by model) by estimated runtimes provided  from Aqua Vu® website: https://aquavu.com.

*Runtime estimates are based on manufacturer represented power usage with factory default settings. Changes in user settings like screen brightness may impact power draw and therefore runtimes. As MarCum is not affiliated with the other companies listed, please contact the individual manufacturer for any further information. MarCum calculates runtimes based on amperage of the battery divided by the power draw of the model number. MarCum will update power draw information as provided by manufacturer. MarCum Technologies offers these estimates to aid in determining the size battery you need to meet your use case.