APISQUEEN U18L 160W 18lb thrust underwater thruster For Paddle plate carbon fibre fin thruster

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160W 18lb thrust Paddle plate carbon fibre fin thruster.

U18L Use environment: seawater/freshwater

Net weight: 3.7Kg

Waterproof rating: IP57

Lithium iron phosphate: 25.6V/307Wh

Charging voltage: DC28.8V

Charging current: ≤ 6A

Continuous working current: 10A/1.2H

Product weight: 5.65Kg

Packing weight:6.4Kg

Battery package: 24*21*20cm

Thruster packaging: 45*45*15cm

Description of Underwater Propulsion CW and CCW:

Marine propellers are usually classified into two types, left-hand and right-hand, known as CW and CCW, respectively.
CW is an abbreviation for Clockwise, which means a propeller that rotates clockwise, also known as a right-handed propeller.
When a ship's propeller rotates, the leading edge of the propeller blade is on the right and the trailing edge is on the left when
 viewed from the side, driving the water in the same direction as the rotation. A starboard propeller is usually mounted on the
left side of the boat, i.e. port side.
CCW stands for counterclockwise and indicates a propeller that rotates counterclockwise, also known as a left-handed propeller.
When a ship's propeller rotates, the leading edge of the propeller blade is on the left side and the trailing edge is on the right
side when viewed from the side, pushing the water flow in the direction opposite to the direction of rotation. The port propeller
is usually installed on the right side of the boat, i.e. the starboard side of the boat.
Installing the left and right propellers on both sides of the boat balances the propulsion and side thrust, making the boat more
stable and steady.
CW propellers CCW propellers
 produce forward thrust when rotating clockwise
and backward thrust when rotating counterclockwise;
produce forward thrust when rotating counterclockwise
and backward thrust when rotating clockwise;