EPropulsion Announces 2021 Lineup

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China-based ePropulsion announced that it standardized its electric outboards to include hydrogeneration capabilities, 48-volt architecture, safety wristbands, an ergonomic tiller and brushless direct-drive motors.

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The hydrogeneration feature allows the batteries to be charged while sailing or towing a dinghy at speeds from 4 to 10 knots.

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The wristbands pair to the motor and feature kill-switch capabilities for man-overboard and other emergency situations.

Click here for details on the entire ePropulsion product line.

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