Inboard engine SPM132
electricfor shipspermanent magnet

inboard engine
inboard engine
inboard engine
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Power source
for ships
permanent magnet, synchronous, direct current

Max.: 60 kW (81.6 hp)

Min.: 10 kW (13.6 hp)

Engine speed

3,600 rpm (22,619 rad.min-1)


70 kg, 148 kg (154 lb)


Name: SPM132, 10 - 60kW Efficiency: 95% Voltage: 24VDC - 380VDC or 380VAC-600VAC Cooling: Air cooled TEMA propulsion system includes: - SPM132 E-motor - Motor controller - Marine throttle - Display - Simple Plug and play wiring TEMA electric propulsion system is one of the most advanced, but still the most cost effective solution on the market. Patented premium efficiency permanent magnet electric motors made in EU together with all equipment from the EU put together a market leader in electric marine propulsion. Premium efficiency motors reduce your initial system cost because the battery or genset can be smaller than with old technology asynchronous machines with less efficiency. They also expand your sailing range, prolonged the time between charging and lower the cost of exploitation. TEMA SPM132 electric motors provide massive torque compared to competitor solutions, and the entire motor design is based around durability and top performance. The motor is air-cooled, so there is no need for pumps, heat exchangers, filters and cooling liquids which require a yearly maintenance. The entire system is simple plug and play which simplifies the installation. ADVANTAGES: High Efficiency less power consumption Quiet and vibration free No maintenance Full torque from 0 RPM Compact and simple installation Plug and Play wiring No carbon footprint All TEMA electric motors have an IACS (International Association of Classification Societies) certificate for marine applications making them a certified leader on the market.
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