HASWING Protruar 1HP

Electric Outboard 12V With Digimax Controller

  • 66cm Short Shaft Version
  • 90cm Long Shaft Version
  • Equivalent thrust to replace 2hp petrol outboards
  • Suitable for freshwater and saltwater with sacrificial anode
  • Use on boats up to 6m
  • Requires a 12V battery
    • Lithium or Lead Acid
    • Use whatever battery you prefer as you are not tied in
  • Includes warranty and UK after sales service and support
  • CE Compliant

CE Compliant

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Protruar 1HP Electric Outboard

Clean Power and Zero-Maintenance

  • Producing equivalent thrust to a 2HP petrol engine without the pollution, noise and regular service needs.
  • Built in heavy duty brushless motor ensures efficient power conversion and zero maintenance.

Premium Build Quality & Reliability

  • HASWING Electric Outboards incorporate premium build quality without the big price tag.
  • A reliable and proven product from HASWING. Sold over many years in Europe, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

DIGIMAX Digital Speed Controller

  • The Digimax digital controller maximises runtime and conserves battery use.
  • Enables higher power conversion efficiency than trolling motors.
  • Digital controller provides smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds. As a further safety feature, it prevents false starts when connected to the battery.

Designed for Comfort, Lightweight and Secure

  • Durable contoured rubber handle provides a comfortable grip.
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 400mm.
  • Handle swivels vertically through 180 degrees.
  • Durable cast aluminium shaft
    • Short shaft 660mm (26″ length)
    • Long shaft 900mm (35″ length)
  • Weighs only 6.3kg.
  • Secure the outboard with locking padlocks to clamp screws while fitted to transom.

Go Anywhere

  • Supplied with sacrificial anodes (and spares) – suitable for both salt and fresh water use.
  • An electronic 3 level LED battery indicator to monitor reserve power.
  • Integral motor fin prevents prop and motor from underwater impact.
  • Waterproof rating to IP67

UK Warranty

  • Complete with full UK warranty. All serviceable parts stocked in our UK distribution centre to support after-sales service.

Certification

  • CE Certification.

Operation

  • Twist the handle to achieve smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds.
  • Immersion height adjusted with depth collar, enabling use in variable water depths.
  • Battery level monitored by 3 level LED indicators.
  • Steering lock prevents free wheeling. When lock is released can steer through 360°.
  • Tilt bracket allows the motor to tilt through 10 levels.
  • User manual and propeller fixing kit included.

Specification

  • Shaft Power: 1HP
  • Battery Voltage: 12V
  • Rated Amp: 50A (Max)
  • Waterproof to IP67
  • Shaft : Cast Aluminium
  • Shaft Length: 660mm or 900mm
  • Propeller: 3 blade, 9.3 inch (Diameter)
  • Prop Speed Underwater: 1250 RPM at full power.
  • Sound Level: < 50db
  • Weight: 6.3 kg

Recommended usage

  • 12V, 105AH Deep Cycle (Leisure) Lead Acid Battery or higher. Battery not included.
  • Lithium batteries can extend range and reduce weight. Battery not included.
  • Up to 6m boat length.

Customer Reviews

  • For customer reviews and videos search the web for ‘Haswing video reviews’.

Delivery Details

Carrier: Parcel Force

Weight: 8.6kg

Dimensions: 102 x 31 x 18cm (short shaft)

Dimensions: 126 x 32 x 18cm (long shaft)

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