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Ingenity Electric launches mCrate electric propulsion system for boat builders

Florida-headquartered electric boat builder Ingenity Electric, a brand of Correct Craft, has introduced its mCrate electric propulsion system, which was designed as a drop-in product in the under-35-foot range. 

The GEN 3 design is an advance on the company’s earlier Nautique GS22E and Ingenity EL Dayboat projects.

The system has a power range of 100 to 400 kW and battery capacities ranging from 63 to 189 kWh. It supports single or twin configurations, with stern drive, Vdrive or straight shaft final drives. Customers will have various charging options, including fast charging in an hour both on and off the water.

“There have been many custom electric drives developed over the last few years, but the drop-in design of our mCrate product is an  accessible way for all kinds of boat builders to easily electrify their models without the risk of trying to develop something on their own,” said Director of Business Development Todd Sims. “Although mCrate is designed as a standardized offering, our engineering team can tweak certain system parameters to optimize performance for a particular installation and use case.”

Source: Ingenity

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