Electric boat Arviro 10

An all electric & solar powered boat

Everyone can enjoy a trip with the Arviro 10 to the fullest, as it is equipped with a full range of electrical devices. All comfort is at hand, like a fridge/freezer, a microwave, induction stove and a TV, pretty much all luxuries as if you were at home. Of course, the basic needs like a water pump, lighting and a navigation system are to your disposal as well. All these devices will function because of the ingenious, powerful  and easy to use system that is provided by Vitron Energy. By using Lithium batteries instead of lead, the buoyancy will be optimised as the weight is reduced. The Arviro 10 is also equipped with solar panels, so noise levels are reduced to almost zero and the environmental impact is strongly reduced.

 Victron Energy equipment
To supply all electrical devices on board of the Arviro 10 and for the electric control of the boat, a powerful Victron system is installed. On top of the roof of the Arviro 10 1344Wp have been solar panels installed.  

Lithium power on board
On the bottom of the Arviro 10, nicely stored away underneath the deck, 6 24V Lithium batteries have been installed. The batteries store energy from the solar panels and from the shore when it is in the harbor. When the batteries are full, the Arviro 10 has a battery range of 50 nautical miles (90 km).

With its two AC inputs the 5kVA Quattro can be connected to shore power and a generator. If the shore or generator power is being disconnected, the Quattro takes over the supply to the connected loads. This happens so fast (less than 20 milliseconds) that computers and other electronic equipment will continue to operate without disruption.

Color Control GX
The Color Control GX provides intuitive control and monitoring for all products connected to it. The information is also forwarded to our free remote monitoring website: the VRM Online Portal. So all information is always accessable everywhere.

For more information about the Arviro visit www.arviro.com

Arviro 10 was built and engineered by Goos watersport: www.gooswatersport.nl

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