Boat pod drive 1.0 Evo

boat pod drive
boat pod drive
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ePropulsion pod drives are direc-drive and maintenance-free electric motors for sailboats and small crafts. They’re space-saving and maximize your cabin space.You hear no noise onboard. Under 10HP, it’s a market gap of diesel saildrive, and ePropulsion pod drives can satisfy the demand and offer a new option other than outboard. Hydrogeneration Empowers Sailboats ePropulsion pod drive motors allow you to generate electricity from wind and water with hydrogeneration function. E-Series Lithium Battery We recommend you choosing ePropulsion original battery. 48V E-Series lithium iron phosphate battery is the perfect match for your Pod Drive. Competitive pricing Unit price is as low as $0.5 per watt-hour. High energy density 70% less weight and space than standard lead-acid batteries. Longer life cycles 3000 cycles at 80% DOD. Made for ePropulsion Motors Data synced with ePropulsion motors to apply smart operation strategy. Four Evo Controls With four controllers available, you can always find a controller that well satisfies your needs. Digital Display Offers real-time monitoring of the power, remaining runtime, battery level, voltage, etc. Electric Start Press the button and you’re ready to go. Saves your trouble pulling the cord to start. Magnetic Kill Switch Works as an emergency stop key for ePropulsion electric outboards. Keeps you safe on the boat. Smooth Throttle Changing Designed with excellent throttle response and clear throttle hand feel. Adjustable Max Power Output Adjustable full throttle power makes the ePropulsion electric boat motors kids-friendly and suitable for rental boats.



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