GRAUVELL AQUASPORTS INFLATABLE BOAT
Inflatable boat with semi-rigid plastic slatted floor and engine support. Includes 2 aluminum oars, one seat and a 48lb engine. Available in 235cm and 280cm
Inflatable boat with 2 chambers, semi-rigid plastic slatted floor and engine bracket.
Perfect boats for dinghy and fishing which are Light and portable.
Standard equipment: two-two pìeces aluminium oars, marine grade plywood bench seat, foot pump, repairing kits, carrying bag.
Specs of 235cm boat:
• Dimensions: 235x132cm
• Weight: 29kg
• H.P. Maximum: 5H.P.
• Maximum capacity (kg): 350
• Maximum capacity (persons): 2
Specs of 280cm boat:
• Dimensions: 280x148cm
• Weight: 38kg
• H.P. Maximum: 10 H.P.
• Maximum capacity (kg): 510
• Maximum Capacity (people): 4
LEMAN ENGINE 54LB
This pack also includes an electric engine by Grauvell Aquasports. The LEMAN engine of 54lb power and 9.5 kg.
• Stainless Steel Rod
• Flexible handle
• 3-blade propeller
• Spare propeller included
• 2 year warranty
• Power: 54 LB
• Speeds: 5 forward and 3 reverse
• Works with rechargeable 12V/110Ah battery (not included)
• 5 LED battery Status Indicator
• Autonomy at trolling speed: 9 hours
• Autonomy at full speed: 3 hours
• Weight: 9.5 Kgs
CHOOSE THE BATTERY FOR YOUR ENGINE
1 - DO NOT USE YOUR CAR BATTERY, use deep cycle batteries, preferably of AGM technology.
2 - Calculate the amps consumed by your engine:
Thrust (lb) / Engine Voltage x 12 = Amps consuming
For example, an engine of 55lb:
55lb / 12V x 12 = 55 Amps
55lb / 24V x 12 = 27.5 Amps
55lb / 36V x 12 = 18.3 Amps
3 - Calculate the Amps per hour and select the battery depending on the number of continuous hours of autonomy development.
Battery required = (consumption in Amps) x (% power) x (operating hours) x 1.3
For example, we will use the previous engine at 75% power and want to use about 3 hours:
55A x 0.75 x 3 hours x 1.3 = 160.88 Ah
You can see our battery catalogue HERE
CHOOSE THE BATTERY CHARGER
1 - Do not use "cheap" constant voltage chargers. Use an automatic digital 3-stage charger
2 - Determine how many batteries you want to load at a time
3 - Add the Amp Hour (Ah) of all batteries to be charged at a time
4 - Select the appropriate charger
1 battery of 100Ah (C20H): Need charger of 12V with one output and capacity of 100Ah
2 batteries of 132Ah (C20H) each and connected in parallel: You need a 12V charger with two outputs and a 260Ah capacity.
3 batteries of 86Ah (C20H) each and connected in series: You can use a 12V charger with two outputs and a 172 Ah or 24V with one or more outputs and 182Ah
You can see our charger catalogue HERE