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Usable Energy 4.58KWh
Rated Voltage 48V/DC
Maximum Charge Voltage 58.8V/DC
Discharge Cut-off Voltage 40V/DC
ESR/AC @1KHz <30mΩ
Max. Continuous Charge Current 200A
Max. Continuous Discharge Current 200A
Cut-off Current (charging) 4A
Absolute Peak Current 10s 400A
Discharge Temperature -20ºC~+60ºC
Charge Temperature 0ºC~+55ºC
Recommended Depth of Discharge ≤ 90%
Maximum Depth of Discharge 100%
What Are the Benefits of Electric Boats?
There are many benefits to electric vessels. For example, boats are noiseless and require less maintenance, offsetting the price. They’re also odorless and non-polluting, making them a great eco-friendly option. So, let’s look at each of these advantages in a little more detail.
Although you may hear a gentle hum, electric engines are virtually noiseless; especially when compared to their fossil fuel counterparts. Imagine how much more relaxing it would be on the water without a noisy engine.
A silent engine is especially beneficial in natural lakes or ponds where a noisy engine would disturb the wildlife. With an electric boat, the engine is quiet enough that you can get closer to the animals without scaring them away.
Cheaper and Less Maintenance
Compared to a diesel- or gas-powered engine, the moving parts in an electric engine are at a minimum. And, because there are fewer moving parts, maintenance needs decrease, saving you time and money.
However, you should still bring your electric boat in for regular inspection because you may find some updates or improvements to make the engine run more efficiently.
Odorless and More Environmentally Friendly
No one can forget the distinct smell of a diesel engine.
Scotland’s electric vehicle association stated, “One large cruise ship can produce as much particulate matter as 1M cars, and . . . the air quality on deck is as bad as our inner-cities.”
But unlike diesel engines, electric engines don’t give off toxic fumes or bi-products. The main bi-product of electric motors is heat, which is harmless to the environment.
How Far and Fast Can an Electric Boat Go on Battery Power?
Electric boats have only recently become popular because the public wondered how far and fast an electric vessel could go. Many doubted that these engines could travel as far or as fast as a traditional diesel or gas-fueled motor.
But with the improvements and use of lithium batteries, statistics industry experts believe electric boats will be just as fast and travel just as far as their fossil fuel counterparts.
Depending on the size of the boat, the electrical system, and the batteries used, research shows that these vessels can go anywhere from 16 miles to 100 miles on a full charge. Their speed may range from 5 knots to 20 knots, depending on the same factors.
Lithium Batteries Are Moving Electric Boats Forward
In conclusion, electric engines are taking the marinas by storm. What was introduced as a new idea over 120 years ago has only increased in popularity with innovations in technology.The JB BATTERY’s lithium battery is one innovation that has dramatically increased the efficiency and productivity of electric boats. It’s directly linked to an increase in the popularity of electric boats. Ultimately, the electric motor and lithium battery are exponentially changing the future of boat designs for the better.
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