New 100kW electric motor
Fischer Panda UK has extended its drive system portfolio with the introduction of a new 100kW electric motor.
The motor is an additional option for the Fischer Panda EasyBox high-voltage electric drive systems and features a high 796Nm torque for manoeuvrability with 1200rpm.
“We are really pleased to add the 100kW version to our portfolio as it is the perfect option for many of our commercial customers who may be looking to install an electric drive to reap all the cost and efficiency benefits of these environmentally-friendly systems,” said Chris Fower, sales and marketing director, Fischer Panda UK.
Full hybrid system
“We have the capability to develop the right system for virtually any craft from basic low-cost power drives charged via shore power only, through to full hybrid systems linked to our compact and efficient generators that can quickly recharge the batteries quieter and faster than any other generator of comparable size and weight.”
The EasyBox systems are designed for small commercial vessels requiring drive redundancy.
The 155kg 100kW electric motor has permanent magnet technology and operates quietly, with no gearbox. It is water-cooled to cope in hot conditions, is brushless for low maintenance and has aluminium housing for good thermal conductivity.
It is available as a shaft version for internal installation and can be installed in a single or dual drive system.
Fischer Panda’s EasyBox electric drive systems are designed to be used as battery only systems or with the support of a DC generator as a 'range extender'.
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