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Hybrid Propulsion Diesel – electric hybrid Propulsion 14052009
Respecting the environment, silent and comfortable in electrical mode at more sensible sites (zero emission). Comfortable navigation and fuel efficient in electrical mode with a great autonomy while cruising. Easy control in electrical and diesel mode with a shared single lever control. Easy to switch instantly between electrical and diesel modes if needed, for example in case of strong winds or counter currents. Security; automatic recharging of the batteries in diesel mode, no constraints or autonomy problems. The intercalated hybrid system can be mounted on the entire Nanni Diesel range complying with the most stringent emission regulations in the world (EPA, RCD, BSO). Hybrid Propulsion Main advantages of diesel – electrical hybrid propulsion
Suited for the entire Nanni Diesel Sail Drive and shaft line range : Kubota from 21 to 130 HP Toyota Common Rail from 165 to 200 HP Hybrid propulsion integrates two fonctions: generator of current electrical engine 24V electrical engine Power : 6.8 HP 48V electrical engine Power : 9.5 HP Generator dimensions Thickness : 125 mm Diameter : 340 mm Weight : 35 kg Diesel – electrical hybrid propulsion system N4.60 Sail Drive N4.85
Hybrid Propulsion Principal characteristics of the diesel – electrical hybrid propulsion ensemble Electrical mechanical Power Unit that has the following functions embedded: Engine propulsion in electrical mode Recharging of batteries in thermal mode clutch for switching between electrical and thermal mode Shared lever control for electrical and thermal mode 24V battery pack shared by electrical propulsion & onboard consumption or 48V battery pack dedicated to electrical propulsion Battery pack for electrical propulsion Lever control Engine Start-up battery thermal engine Electronic control unit Hybrid Control Unit Intercalated generator Power Unit
In thermal propulsion mode : The thermal engine drives the propeller and allows the hybrid system to recharge its batteries. In hybrid propulsion mode : A a result of the accumulated energy in the batteries, the propulsion of your boat is ensured by the intercalated Power Unit when the thermal engine is stopped. Hybrid Propulsion Kinematics for the hybrid propulsion ensemble Thermal propulsion mode : recharging the batteries 100% electrical propulsion mode Batteries Electronic hybrid control unit Batteries Power Unit
Electrical – diesel hybrid propulsion Consumption & autonomy as a fonction of speed Pleasure Fishing boat: Length : 6.95 meters Weight : 2.7 tons Thermal Engine Nanni Diesel T4.165 24V intercalated hybrid system develops 6.8 HP Lead battery pack : 450 Ah Obtained speed : 4.8 knots hybrid mode 23.9 knots in thermal mode These values serve as an indication only. Tested on a boat charged with 4 persons on board with a full gas tank. The ampere consumption differs as a result of weather conditions and on board mass. * The stated autonomy performance serves as an indication only and is based on a battery pack of 450Ah with a partial discharge allowing to guarantee a 30% reserve.
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