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EPropulsion Navy 3.0 - 6.0 Electric Outboard Motor

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Navy 3.0 (6hp) and 6.0 (9.9hp) Series Electric Outboard Motor

Navy Series is the backbone of ePropulsion electric outboard motors. It provides efficient and clean power for aluminum fishing boats, dinghies, daysailers and cruising sailboats, suitable for saltwater and freshwater. Thanks to the direct-drive technology, the Navy electric outboard boat motor is quiet, maintenance-free, and reliable.

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You will need to select a Tiller or Remote Throttle in addition to the motor. 

Key Features:

  • ZERO Emissions - Maintenance Free
  • Quick Efficient Power - Instant Torque
  • Intelligent User and System Protection
  • Smart Instructions and LED Interface
  • Battery Management System
  • Quick Charging - 3 Hours for Full Charge
  • Corrosion Resistant - Designed for Saltwater

Navy 3.0 (6hp) Runtime Specs

Power (Watt) Speed (mph / kph) Running Time (hh:mm) Range (mile / km)
300 3.7 / 6 13:20 49.3 / 79.3
550 4.7 / 7.5 7:25 35 / 56.3
1000 5.3 / 8.6 4:00 21.2 / 34.1
1500 6 / 9.7 2:40 16 / 25.7
2000 6.3 / 10.2 2:00 12.6 / 20.4
2500 8 / 12.8 1:35 12.7 / 20.5
3000 10.2 / 16.4 1:20 13.6 / 21.9

 

Navy 6.0 (9.9hp) Runtime Specs

Power (Watt) Speed (mph / kph) Running Time (hh:mm) Range (mile / km)
500 4 / 6.5 18:00 72 / 116
1000 5 / 8 9:00 45 / 72
2000 6.7 / 10.8 4:30 30.2 / 48.6
3000 8 / 13 3:00 24 / 39
4000 11.5 / 18.5 2:15 25.9 / 41.7
5000 13.5 / 21.8 1:50 24.7 / 39.8
6000 15 / 24.3 1:30 22.5 / 36.5

* The performance data is based on a 12-foot aluminum boat with one person, powered by one Navy 3.0 Evo with one E80 battery and one Navy 6.0 Evo with one E175 battery, in calm lake water.

 

EPropulsion Navy Electric Outboard System

 

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      Technical Specs


      Navy 3.0 Evo Navy 6.0 Evo
      Power 3 kW (6HP equivalent) 6 kW (9.9HP equivalent)
      Input voltage 39V – 60V 39 V – 60 V
      Recommended Battery ePropulsion E-Series Battery ePropulsion E-Series Battery
      Motor Weight* 24.3 kg / 53.6 lbs 36 kg / 79.4 lbs
      Propeller 10.2″ × 6.7″ 2-blade composite propeller 12.6″ × 10.8″ 3-blade composite propeller / 13.4″ × 8.5″ 3-blade composite propeller / 12.6″ × 8.7″ 3-blade aluminum propeller (optional)
      Trim / Tilt Angle 0°, 5°, 10°, 15° / 60° 0°, 5°, 10°, 15° / 60°
      Shaft Length Short, Long Short, Long
      Control Evo Tiller / Evo Top Mount Control / Evo Side Mount Control / Evo Dual Remote Control Evo Tiller / Evo Top Mount Control / Evo Side Mount Control / Evo Dual Remote Control
      Hydrogeneration Yes Yes
      Motor Brushless DC motor Brushless DC motor
      Direct Drive Yes Yes
      Maintenance-Free Yes Yes

      * The weight is measured with the short shaft version.

       

      What's In the Box

       NAVY 3.0 Navy 6.0
      Tiller Kill Switch Lanyard Tiller Kill Switch Lanyard
      Main Power Switch Cable Main Power Switch Cable
      Link Arm & Wrench Set Link Arm & Wrench Set
      Manual, Warranty Card & QC Cert Manual, Warranty Card & QC Cert
      2 Spare Propellers (Low & High Pitch)

      How to Find Your Shaft Length

      If you are looking for an ePropulsion electric outboard for your boat, choosing the correct shaft length is important. 

      Please note that ePropulsion has a different shaft length measurement from gas-powered outboards. For electric outboards, the shaft length is measured from the top of the clamp bracket to the center of the propeller. For gas outboards, it’s measured from the top of the clamp bracket to the anti-ventilation plate.

      For boats with the transom height higher than 50 cm / 19.7 inches, a long shaft version is more suitable. For daysailers, sports boats and other sailing boats it’s best to measure the distance from the water line to the top of your outboard mount.

       

       

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