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Baterije BlueCell so novost na slovenskem trgu. So posebej primerne za uporabo na plovilih. Namenjene so za uporabo kot servisne baterije. Imajo izjemno kapaciteto, majhno težo in izjemno veliko življenjsko dobo, ki je tudi do desetkrat daljša od klasičnih trakcijskih ali gel akumulatorjev. Zaradi napredne tehnologije in številnih komponent, ki ščitijo baterijo pred poškodbami, je garancija, ki jo nudijo proizvajalci, bistveno daljša od klasičnih svinčenih baterij. Kvalitetnejše litijeve baterije imajo tudi do 3-letno garancijo.

Za kaj so litijeve baterije prihodnost v navtiki

Litijeve baterije prinašajo največjo prednost kot porabniške oziroma servisne baterije. Njihove največje prednosti so:

  1. dvakrat večja uporabna kapaciteta
  2. za polovico manjša teža
  3. trikrat daljša garancijska doba
  4. do desetkrat daljša življenjska doba
  5. nadzor porabe preko bluetooth povezave in aplikacije
  6. samodejni nadzor polnjenja in praznjenja baterije
  7. zaščita pred kratkim stikom
  8. možnost priklopa solarnih celic
  9. možnost vzporedne ali zaporedne vezave več baterij (večja napetost ali kapaciteta sistema)
  10. zelo nizko praznjenje v času mirovanja
  11. stabilna napetost baterije vse do 95 % izpraznjenosti
  12. ni vzdrževanja

 

Tehnične lastnosti

  • velikost: 33 x 17 x 23 cm 
  • kapaciteta: 100 Ah
  • napetost 12 V
  • življenjska doba: 2000 ciklov pri praznjenju do 100%
  • življenjska doba: 3500 ciklov pri praznjenju do 80%
  • življenjska doba: 6000 ciklov pri praznjenju do 50%
  • teža: 12,5 kg
  • garancija: 3 leta

Dodatne informacije na: (031) 30 30 86 ali alaris@alaris.si.

BlueCell 100 Ah 12 V BT - Navtična Litijeva baterija z Bluetooth

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Transat Jacques Vabre 2021

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But by being an early adopter, you are supporting an industry in the development of more accessible and efficient solutions for a better tomorrow. This is why Elan decided to partner with Oceanvolt and to offer a full range of yachts for all types of sailing, be it enthusiast racer, gentleman sailor or cruiser circumnavigating the globe. There is a dedicated design for every style.

Elan Yachts

Elan embodies a true passion for sailing, technological innovations and distinctive design. Every yacht coming from Elan's 16.000 sq meter boatyard in Slovenia is the result of our 70-year long passion for innovation-oriented quality boatbuilding.

One of the oldest leisure shipyards, Elan offers new generation of sailing yachts with a perfect balance between performance, comfort, easy handling and safety without compromise.

www.elan-yachts.com

Oceanvolt

Founded in 2004, Oceanvolt is a leading manufacturer of electric and hybrid propulsion systems for boats. Oceanvolt offers state-of-the-art electric motors that combine sustainability, safety and reliability.

Oceanvolt was founded by serial entrepreneur and sailor Janne Kjellman, who understood the necessity of the engine in modern sailing but wanted to create a quiet and environmentally friendly alternative to the diesel engine.

Oceanvolt’s electric propulsion systems are suitable for use in sailboats, motorboats, harbour ferries and other small and medium-sized commercial boats. With built-in software, Oceanvolt systems can be monitored and serviced in real-time via the Internet. Oceanvolt's SD saildrive system has been awarded the Pittman Innovation Award by SAIL magazine, among other things. In 2017, the patented ServoProp saildrive motor with a variable pitch propeller won the industry's most prestigious DAME award in the engine and propulsion category.

Along the way, Oceanvolt has built up a global network of boat designers, boat builders, shipbuilding engineers, boaters and other partners.

www.oceanvolt.com

For more information:

David Anand Rajapakse, Head of Marketing, Elan d.o.o. - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tommi Lassila, CEO, Oceanvolt Oy - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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