Protruar Series – The Power Workhorse

Available in 3 power outputs and two shaft lengths. The Protruar is the workhorse of our range and provides a serious and realistic alternative to your petrol outboard.

At a sensible price!

You can use the Protruar Series with either Lead Acid or Lithium batteries. You are not tied to a manufacturer specific battery and can leverage a battery you already have.

Clean Power and Zero-Maintenance.

It provides the same thrust as a petrol outboard without the pollution and noise. The heavy duty brushless motor requires zero maintenance.

DIGIMAX Digital Speed Controller

  • The DIGIMAX digital controller maximises runtime and conserves battery use at any power setting.
  • Enables higher power conversion efficiency.
  • The digital controller provides smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds. It prevents false starts when first connected to the battery as a further safety feature.
  • Electronic 3 level LED battery monitor.

Other Features

  • Durable contoured rubber handle provides a comfortable grip. Twist the handle to achieve smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds.
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 400mm.
  • The handle swivels up and down through 180 degrees and folds for storage or transport in car boot.
  • Durable cast aluminium shaft (for 1 and 2HP models). Stainless Steel Shaft for 5HP model. Immersion height adjusted with depth collar, to use in variable water depths.
  • The steering lock prevents free wheeling. When you release the lock, you can steer through 360°.
  • Tilt bracket allows the motor to tilt through 10 levels.
  • Holes on clamp screw accepts a padlock to secure the outboard while fixed to transom.
  • Comes supplied with a sacrificial anode and  is suitable for both salt and fresh water use.
  • Integral motor fin prevents prop and motor from underwater impact.
  • Waterproof rating to IP67.
  • Magnetic safety kill switch for selected models
  • User manual and propeller fixing kit included

Haswing Protruar Series Specification

 Protruar 1 HPProtruar 2 HPProtruar 5 HP
Max Shaft Power1 HP2 HP5 HP
Comparable Petrol Outboard2 HP3 HP6 HP
Battery Voltage (V)122424
Max Watts (W)6009602,520
Rated Amps (Max)50A40A105A
Shaft Length660mm or 900mm cast alloy900mm cast alloy1000mm
Propeller Diameter3 blade 236mm (9.3 inch)3 blade 236mm (9.3 inch)3 blade 271mm (10.7 inch)
Prop Speed (Max rpm) uderwater1,2501,3501,450
Weight (kg)6.36.714
Recommmended Battery Capacity1 x 105AH2 x 105AH2 x 120AH
Recommended Boat SizeUp to 6m boat lengthUp to 6.5m boat lengthUp to 8m boat length

Protruar 1HP

Protruar 1HP

  • 12 volts with maximum 50 amps draw = 600 watts
  • Thrust 65 lbs
  • Equivalent to a 2hp petrol outboard
  • Heavy duty brushless motor
  • Salt and freshwater capable
  • Long shaft Length 900mm (35 inches) – weight 6.3kg, height 1190mm
  • Short shaft length 660mm (26 inches) – weight 6.3kg
  • Shaft cast aluminium
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 400mm
  • Handle swivels vertically through 180 degrees
  • Smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds
  • Tilt bracket allows 10 levels
  • Integral motor fin to protect prop from impact
  • Up to 6m boat length
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Protruar 2HP

Protruar 2HP

  • 24 volts with maximum 40 amps draw = 960 watts
  • Thrust 85 lbs
  • Equivalent to a 3hp petrol outboard
  • Heavy duty brushless motor
  • Salt and freshwater capable
  • Digital controller
  • Cast aluminium Shaft length 900mm (35 inches)
  • Weight 6.7kg
  • Height 1,190mm
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 400mm
  • Handle swivels vertically through 180 degrees
  • Smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds
  • Tilt bracket allows 10 levels
  • Integral motor fin to protect prop from impact
  • Up to 6.5m boat length
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Protruar 5HP

Protruar 5hp

  • 24 Volts with maximum 105A draw = 2,520 watts
  • Thrust 160 lbs
  • Equivalent to a 6hp petrol outboard
  • Heavy duty brushless motor
  • Salt and freshwater capable
  • Digital controller
  • Durable stainless steel shaft length 1000mm (39 inches) – weight 14kg
  • Telescopic handle extends for comfortable reach up to 400mm
  • Handle swivels vertically through 180 degrees
  • Smooth stepless forward and reverse speeds
  • Tilt bracket allows 10 levels
  • Integral motor fin to protect prop from impact
  • Up to 8m boat
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