The Navy 6.0 is the option when you need to boost your vessels power.  Equivalent to 9.9 HP it features an advanced closed loop liquid cooling system, ready for any water challenge. Like all other ePropulsion products, the Navy 6.0 is ultra-low maintenance, super quiet, and harmless to health and environment.

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Sustainable Boating

Navy 6.0 is clean, efficient and harmless on the marine environment. No fuel leak and exhaust-free. Reduce your carbon emissions for sustainable boating activities.

ePropulsion is commited to providing a green boating drive system, helping to alleviate the enviromental problems we face today.

Navy 6.0 also reduces noise pollution with 60dB maximum operating noise - the sound of a normal conversation, and field orientated control means the motor operates with less vibrations.

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The Navy Battery

The Navy Battery is more than the outstanding capacity. It’s designed specifically for our Navy series, and it’s capable to discharge at the max current for hours. It looks good and perfoms even better.

Long- lasting for every ride
Advanced BMS – Safety comes first: includes six protection features
3042 Wh
A great capacity in a compact size
Aluminum Unibody Housing
Robust and thermally conductive

Battery Management System

Lithium-ion battery
46.8 V nominal voltage
54.6 V final charging voltage
39 V cut-off voltage
0°C - 40°C / 32˚°F - 104°F charging temperature
-20°C - 65°C / -4°F - 149°F discharging temperature
Over 80% capacity after 500 cycles of 100% DOD
3 hrs charging time

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Closed-loop liquid cooling

The Navy 6.0 is the first ever outboard electric motor in mass production that is equipped with a closed-loop liquid cooling system, which usually found in larger horsepower outboards.

The motor stays at a safe temperature in any tough working conditions.

A closed cooling system doesn’t require water intake, and so the entire cooling cycle stays within a closed circulation, meaning it’s more reliable

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