Evoy 100hp Electric Outboard

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  1. brian eiland
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    Maritime Journal | The world’s most powerful electric outboard motor https://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/power-and-propulsion/the-worlds-most-powerful-electric-outboard-motor


  2. DCockey
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    Looks like it is a 150 HP, not 100 HP. The Evoy website says 150 HP continuous. Not clear if this is at the motor output or the propeller shaft (standard method for rating outboards) but it sounds like it is an actual power rating, not an "effective" rating as used by Torqeedo, which is good to see. Presumably the claims for weight and price are for the the outboard unit only andd do not include batteries. From the Evoy website: PRODUCTS | Evoy https://evoy.no/products/#elementor-action%3Aaction%3Dpopup%3Aopen%20settings%3DeyJpZCI6IjQ3MjYiLCJ0b2dnbGUiOmZhbHNlfQ%3D%3D

    Ready for sale Q1 2021
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    • 150 hp Continuous – Higher hp in peak for planing and sprints
    • Weight the same or less than comparable gasoline outboards
    • Price the same or less than comparable diesel outboards
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  3. powerabout
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    google a 150hp electric motor for any voltage, I dont think it will fit under that cowl
    I suspect they have multiplied the motor torque by the gearbox reduction then gone back to HP?
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  4. brendan gardam
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    they are saying it will have a range of 10 to 20 miles at planing speeds depending on batterys. i would run out of power before i got to my fishing spots.
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