To expand its OEM offerings, the marine electric propulsion system company ePropulsion has introduced a brand new electric inner board called the H-100. The propulsion system is set to make its debut in Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe on 21, 22, 23 June 2022 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Developed with permanent magnet motor technology, the H-100 can achieve a maximum torque of 2000 Nm in addition to providing 96% efficiency. The H-100 weighs 190 kg and requires only 443 mm x 315 mm space. Approximately two thirds lighter and half less than its diesel counterpart, the solution offers flexibility during installation and maximizes cargo or passenger space. The flat cable design also increases the slot fill rate by 25% and improves power density.

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With a focus on providing personalized services to global OEMs, ePropulsion believes that the latest inboard engine can offer boat builders a wide range of options when designing sustainable boat solutions. Designed to be highly adaptable, the company’s solutions and hardware can be shortened or extended to suit a wide range of merchant and recreational craft. Other energy sources can be added, such as converting to a hybrid system by installing solar, wind, diesel or fuel cells as an additional energy source.

Designed for use by larger sailing boats and motor vessels with a length of 18 to 30 m with a total displacement of up to 200 tons, the onboard motor with a capacity of 100 kW is able to provide a high level of performance without emissions and low levels of noise and vibration. Designed to be customized, the propulsion system can be straight to the propeller, stern drive, sail drive or azimuth thruster. The modularity of the system also allows manufacturers to expand the range or increase power by choosing additional motors, controllers or batteries.

The intelligent system can be controlled remotely and has several different modes, including a docking mode that allows the throttle to be programmed to allow full throttle movement with reduced power input for improved control at low speeds, while Syn mode can be selected to use dual motor settings to match the input power of both motors. ePropulsion also works with OEMs to ensure that the engine can be controlled using the manufacturer’s original integrated software and IT systems.

When pairing the H-100 with the company’s HC-160-54 controller, operators will be able to use DC power directly without the need for an additional converter. In addition, the H-100 features a magnetic reluctance to reduce the anti-electric potential, as well as IP67 waterproofing, anti-corrosion, high position accuracy, high torque density and closed cooling. This ensures that the system is very durable and long-lasting, eliminating the need for regular maintenance.

“We are committed to providing adaptive solutions to OEMs through adaptive product applications and are happy to present our first electric inboard solution,” said Danny Tao, CEO, ePropulsion. “EPropulsion offers a real electric alternative to traditional diesel power for boat manufacturers in a wide range of sectors.

“This latest addition to our product range is another example that electricity can provide a cleaner, more sustainable boat experience without compromising performance. We are proud to play our part in our industry’s commitment to climate change and look forward to debuting the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe’s H-100 in June. ”

ePropulsion expands OEM capabilities with first electric inboard motor

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