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Old 24-05-2020, 12:17   #1
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Electric outboard Haswing Protruar 5.0 - battery selection

Hey everyone!

Among all the options of electric outboards, I have decided that the Haswing Protruar 5.0 (2520W, 160 lbs., 24V) is the engine of choice for our rowing boat. The problem that I have is that I do not know what (pair of) batteries I should get for the motor. Also, it would be very interesting to know how long one can cruise around in one go with different batteries at full charge. My preferred criteria are that the batteries should be somewhat movable in terms of weight but still provide a decent cruising range with a single full charge. It is very difficult to find such information and there seems not to be very much info for this specific Haswing motor. If anyone owns one, could you tell me what battery/batteries you have for it and how long you can cruise around when the batteries are fully charged? Any other help or views are also much appreciated!

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