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MOLABO's 48-volt concept differs in many ways from conventional electric drives. In general, all powerful electric drive systems are operated with battery voltages of up to 800 V in order to match the combustion engines in acceleration and comfort. With the electric drive ISCAD developed by MOLABO, high performance can now be achieved for the first time even at safe-to-touch voltages of 48 V.

A low-voltage system has many advantages over a high-voltage system. A voltage of 48 V is so low that, in principle, contact is possible without risk. Contact with a high-voltage system, on the other hand, can be life-threatening if appropriate safety precautions are not taken. This also entails risks in the event of an accident, if rescue teams cannot approach the electric vehicle without risk. In addition, the wiring and clamping technology of low-voltage systems is much simpler than that of high-voltage systems. Integration and maintenance of low-voltage systems are possible without special high-voltage training. Lower costs are incurred and no regular high-voltage technical inspection is required for the boat sector. Due to the low induced voltage, low-voltage semiconductors can be used with ISCAD. In addition to the lower costs, these work much more efficiently than high-voltage components, especially in partial load operation.

Der Elektromotor für Boote: ISCAD V50

MOLABO produces the world's first electric drive, which can provide 50 kW at safe to touch voltages of 48 V.

→ More information: https://molabo.eu/

With ISCAD, we want to start where today high-voltage systems have to be installed in the boat for higher drive power. We don't want to offer another 48 V drive for small outputs, but to start where it is currently only possible to electrify a boat with high-voltage systems. Wiring and clamping technology for low-voltage systems are much simpler than for high-voltage systems. For low voltage systems, integration and maintenance are possible without special high-voltage training. This increases your flexibility and reduces costs. Moreover, No high-voltage technical inspection is required.

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The Electric Motor for Boats: ISCAD V50

MOLABO produces the world's first electric drive, which can provide 50 kW at safe to touch voltages of 48 V.

→ More information: https://molabo.eu/

With ISCAD, we want to start where today high-voltage systems have to be installed in the boat for higher drive power. We don't want to offer another 48 V drive for small outputs, but to start where it is currently only possible to electrify a boat with high-voltage systems. Wiring and clamping technology for low-voltage systems are much simpler than for high-voltage systems. For low voltage systems, integration and maintenance are possible without special high-voltage training. This increases your flexibility and reduces costs. Moreover, No high-voltage technical inspection is required.

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Hochvolt- vs. Niedervoltsystem

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MOLABOs 48-Volt-Konzept unterscheidet sich in vielerlei Hinsicht von herkömmlichen Elektroantrieben. In der Regel werden alle leistungsstarken elektrische Antriebssysteme mit Batteriespannungen bis zu 800 V betrieben, um in Beschleunigung und Komfort den Verbrennern in nichts nachzustehen. Mit dem von MOLABO entwickelten Elektroantrieb ISCAD können nun erstmalig hohe Leistungen auch bei berührsicheren Spannungen von 48 V dargestellt werden.

Ein Niedervoltsystem bringt im Vergleich zum Hochvoltsystem viele Vorteile mit sich. Eine Spannung von 48 V ist so gering, dass prinzipiell eine Berührung ohne Risiko möglich ist. Der Kontakt mit einem Hochvoltsystem hingegen kann ohne entsprechende Sicherheitsvorkehrungen lebensbedrohlich sein. Dies birgt auch Risiken im Falle eines Unfalls mit sich, wenn sich Rettungskräfte nicht gefahrlos dem elektrischen Fahrzeug nähern können. Zudem ist die Verdrahtungs- und Klemmtechnik bei Niedervoltsystemen wesentlich einfacher im Vergleich zu Hochvoltsystemen. Integration und Wartung sind bei Niedervoltsystemen ohne spezielle Hochvoltschulung möglich. Es fallen geringere Kosten an und für den Bootsbereich wird kein regelmäßiger Hochvolt-TÜV benötigt. Aufgrund der geringen induzierten Spannung können bei ISCAD Niedervolt-Halbleiter verwendet werden. Neben den geringeren Kosten arbeiten diese vor allem im Teillastbetrieb deutlich effizienter als Hochvolt-Bauteile.


High voltage vs. low voltage

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MOLABO's 48-volt concept differs in many ways from conventional electric drives. In general, all powerful electric drive systems are operated with battery voltages of up to 800 V in order to match the combustion engines in acceleration and comfort. With the electric drive ISCAD developed by MOLABO, high performance can now be achieved for the first time even at safe to touch voltages of 48 V.

A low-voltage system has many advantages over a high-voltage system. A voltage of 48 V is so low that, in principle, contact is possible without risk. Contact with a high-voltage system, on the other hand, can be life-threatening if appropriate safety precautions are not taken. This also entails risks in the event of an accident, if rescue teams cannot approach the electric vehicle without risk. In addition, the wiring and clamping technology of low-voltage systems is much simpler than that of high-voltage systems. Integration and maintenance of low-voltage systems are possible without special high-voltage training. Lower costs are incurred and no regular high-voltage technical inspection is required for the boat sector. Due to the low induced voltage, low-voltage semiconductors can be used with ISCAD. In addition to the lower costs, these work much more efficiently than high-voltage components, especially in partial load operation.

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MOLABO GmbH
Alte Landstraße 23
85521 Ottobrunn
Germany

Tel.: 089 17925100
E-Mail: lena.honsberg@molabo.eu
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