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Thruster only or Bundle Kit
12 volt model only
via 125mm Ø Tunnel
Power 3.23kW / 4.3hp
DUO = Twin 3 Blade propellers
For boats between 6.0 and 10.3 metres in length, see windage and displacement size chart below
Max Power are world renowned manufacturers at the forefront of innovative technology in the production of robust, dependable bow thrusters for sailing yachts and motor boats.
The CT45 has similar proportions to the CT35 with the benefits of an increased thrust capacity rating delivered via twin propellers (Duo)
Max Power advise that the CT45 is generally suitable for motor boats and sailboats up to 10.3 metres length overall, see chart below with more information relating to displacement and windage.
|Motor||Heavy Displacement, High Windage||Medium Displacement and Windage||Light Displacement and Windage|
|Sail||Cruising||Fast Cruising||Super Fast Cruising|
|LOA||6.0-8.5 metres||6.8-9.5 metres||7.3-10.3 metres|
LOA = Length Overall
Max Power CT45 electric tunnel thrusters are an innovative, composite drive leg design, with twin 3 blade propellers, integrating all the unique features common to the Max Power electric tunnel thruster range.
Included in the box, Thruster only:
Thruster only means just the thruster unit as per the picture
Included in the box, Thruster Kit
CT45 compatible Max Power Accessories, NOT included in the box:
N.B. professional installation is recommended
Max Power CT45 Facts, Features and PLUS Factors:
|Boat Length||Power||Power Supply||Thrust||Propeller||Propeller Blades||Tunnel Diameter||Weight|
|up to 10.3 metres||3.23kw / 4.3hp||12V||40 Kgf||Twin||3||125mm||9.65kg|
|190mm||140mm||210mm||125mm||4 to 5mm|
D = Tunnel internal diameter
E = tunnel wall thickness
Max Power Advisory
* Thrusters are designed to run at 10.75V on 12V units and 22V on 24V units. Higher voltages will result in higher thrust ratings, higher power consumption, and a reduced duty cycle.
* Performance data is given for a thruster installed at an immersion depth of one tunnel’s diameter, in a tunnel no longer than twice the tunnel’s diameter, and this within a variation of + / - 6%. Longer tunnels will result in lower thrust ratings and higher power consumption.