Focus on electric drive
In its 25th year, Fischer Panda UK has responded to customer demand for environmentally friendly, cost-effective and efficient power and propulsion solutions with an increased focus on electric and hybrid drive systems.
Its expanded portfolio now includes a new 100kW electric motor as an additional option for the Fischer Panda EasyBox high-voltage electric drive systems.
The company can offer drive systems in the range from 2kW to 100kW, available with voltages ranging from 24V to 360V depending on the power requirements.
It is also the UK distributor for Bellmarine electric drive systems.
During 2019, Fischer Panda capitalised on its Lloyd’s Register Type Approval for its latest range of variable speed i-Series generators.
These generators have regulated speed with x-control and the company’s patented Voltage Control System.
The benefits of the i-Series generators were further endorsed with the news that Fairline has selected the 5000i Neo and 8000i generators as the cost option gensets for the new F//Line 33 express cruiser.
Targeting the small boat leisure, light commercial and superyacht sectors, Fischer Panda UK’s product offering continues to develop with the latest integrated mobile power solutions and smart digital switching systems by Mastervolt and CZone, Dometic air-conditioning and Sea Recovery, HRO and Village Marine watermakers.
Further company developments have included the implementation of a new CRM system and the introduction of a new upgraded display trailer for improved interaction with customers at key boat shows.
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