Electric propulsion outboard user`s guide

Electric propulsion outboard user`s guide
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To the owner
Thank you for choosing a ELECTRIC
PROPULSION OUTBOARD KIT.This Owner’s Manual
contains information needed for proper
operation,maintenance and care. A thorough
understanding of these simple instructions will help
you obtain maximum enjoyment from your new
ELECTRIC PROPULSION OUTBOARD KIT.I f you have
any question about the operation or maintenance
of your electric outboard motor, please consult a
ELECTRIC PROPULSION OUTBOARD KIT dealer. In
this Owner’Manual particularly important
information is distinguished in the following ways.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to
alert you to potential personal injury hazards.Obey
all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
Concerning this manual, please consult your
ELECTRIC PROPULSION OUTBOARD KIT dealer. To
ensure long product life, ELECTRIC PROPULSION
OUTBOARD KIT recommends that you use the
product and perform the specified periodic
inspections and maintenance.by correctly following
the instructions in the owner’s manual. Any
damage resulting from neglect of these instructions
is not covered by warranty. Some countries have
laws or regulations restricting users from taking the
product out of the country where it was purchased,
and it may be impossible to register the product in
the destination country. Additionally, the warranty
may not apply in certain regions. When planning to
take the product to another country,consult the
dealer where the product was purchased for
further information. If the product was purchased
used, please consult your closest dealer for
customer reregistration, and to be eligible for the
specified services.
A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be
taken to avoid damage to the electric outboard
motor or other property.
TIP:
A TIP provides key information to make procedures
easier or clearer. ELECTRIC PROPULSION
OUTBOARD KIT continually seeks advancements in
product design and quality. Therefore, while this
manual contains the most current Product
information available at the time of printing, there
may be minor discrepancies between your machine
and this manual. If there is any question
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Safety Information
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1.1 Outboard motor safety
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1.2 Boating safety
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2 Components and Specification
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2.1 Tiller Control Version
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2.2 Teleflex Remote Control Version
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2.3 Specification
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2.4 Wire Connection
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2.5 Safety Notice
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2.51 Safety red cord
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3 Operation
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4 Maintenance
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5 Return and Repairs
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6 Warranty
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1 Safety Information
1.2 Boating safety
1.1 Outboard motor safety
This section includes a few of the many important
safety precautions that you should follow when
boating.
Propeller
People can be injured or killed if they come in
contact with the propeller. The propeller can keep
moving even when the motor is in neutral,and
sharp edges of the propeller can cut even when
stationary.Stop the motor when a person is in the
water near you.
Keep people out of reach of the propeller, even
when the motor is off.
Rotating parts
Hands, feet, hair, jewelry, clothing, PFD straps,etc.
can become entangled with internal rotating parts
of the motor resulting in serious injury or death.
Keep the top cowling in place whenever possible.
Do not remove or replace the cowling with the
motor running. Only operate the motor with the
cowling removed according to the specific
instructions in the manual. Keep hands, feet, hair,
jewelry, clothing,PFD straps, etc. away from any
exposed
moving parts.
Electric shock
Do not touch any electrical parts while
starting or operating the motor.They can cause
shock or electrocution.
Modifications
Do not attempt to modify this outboard
motor.Modifications to your outboard motor may
reduce safety and reliability, and render the
outboard unsafe or illegal to use.
Alcohol and drugs
Never operate after drinking alcohol or taking drugs.
Intoxication is one of the most common factors
contributing to boating fatalities.
Personal flotation devices
Have an approved personal flotation device (PFD)
on board for every occupant. ELECTRIC
PROPULSION OUTBOARD recommends that you
must wear a PFD whenever boating. At a minimum,
children and nonswimmers should always wear
PFDs, and everyone should wear PFDs when there
are potentially hazardous boating conditions.
People in the water
Always watch carefully for people in the water,such
as swimmers, skiers, or divers, whenever the motor
is running. When someone is in the water near the
boat, shift into neutral and stop the motor. Stay
away from swimming areas.Swimmers can be hard
to see. The propeller can keep moving even when
the motor is in neutral.Stop the motor when a
person is in the water near you.
Passengers
Consult your boat manufacturer’s instructions for
details about appropriate passenger locations in
your boat and be sure all passengers are positioned
properly before accelerating and when operating
above an idle speed.
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Standing or sitting in non-designated
locations may result in being thrown either
overboard or within the boat due to waves, wakes,
or sudden changes in speed or direction. Even when
people are positioned properly, alert your
passengers if you must make any unusual
maneuver.Always avoid jumping waves or wakes.
Overloading
Do not overload the boat. Consult the boat capacity
plate or boat manufacturer for maximum weight
and number of passengers. Be sure that weight is
properly distributed according to the boat
manufacturers instructions. Overloading or
incorrect weight distribution can compromise the
boats
handling and lead to an accident, capsizing
or swamping.
make it hard for others to avoid you or
Understand where you are going.
· Avoid areas with submerged objects or shallow
water.
· Ride within your limits and avoid aggressive
maneuvers to reduce the risk of loss of control,
jection, and collision.
·Take early action to avoid collisions.
Remember,boats do not have brakes, and stopping
the motor or reducing throttle can reduce the
ability to steer. If you are not sure that you can stop
in time before hitting an obstacle, apply throttle
and turn in another direction.
Weather
Stay informed about the weather. Check
weather forecasts before boating. Avoid boating in
hazardous weather.
Passenger training
Avoid collisions
Scan constantly for people, objects, and other boats.
Be alert for conditions that limit your visibility or
block your vision of others.
Make sure at least one other passenger is
trained to operate the boat in the event of an
emergency.
Boating safety publications
Be informed about boating safety. Additional
publications and information can be obtained
from many boating organizations.
Laws and regulations
Operate defensively at safe speeds and keep a safe
distance away from people, objects, and other
boats.
·Do not follow directly behind other boats or
Water skiers.
·Avoid sharp turns or other maneuvers that
Know the marine laws and regulations where you
will be boating- and obey them. Several
sets of rules prevail according to geographic
location, but all are basically the same as the
International Rules of the Road.
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2 Components and Specifications
2.1 Tiller Control Version
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⑦
⑤
⑥
④
②
③
①
①speed display :0-`100% 100% is the max
speed. ;
②Twist throttle:you twist it to start the motor
and control the speed.
③Battery power cable:when you connect the
cable to the battery ,the outboard will have the
power .
④ Fuse:When on the normal ship,the fuse will
be fit on the boat man's hands.When accidents
happens,the boat man will cut off the fuse to
stop the boat.
WARNING! Attach the “cord “to a secure place on
your clothing, or your arm or leg while operating. Do
not attach the” cord” to clothing that could tear loose.
Do not route the “cord “where it could become
entangled, preventing it from functioning. Avoid
accidentally pulling the “cord “during normal
operation.Loss of motor power means the loss of most
steering control. Also, without motor power, the boat
could slow rapidly.This could cause people and objects
in the boat to be thrown forward.
⑤ Fuse Button:To fit the fuse.
⑥ Reverse Button:When you press it ,you can
do reverse.
⑦Power button:when you press it ,the outboard
will get power to ship .
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2.2 Teleflex Remote Control Version
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①
①:press the power switch
②:Put forward the remote speed
control joystick set,so that the boat
will go forward, at the same time ,
②:
③:Manipulate the stainless steel
steering wheel,when you need to
turn a corner or change direction
③
④:
④:Put backward the remote speed
control joystick set,so that the boat will
go backward
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2.3 Specification
Golden Motor Technology Co Ltd
Electric Propulsion Outboards Specifications
(Item
Measurement
units
EPO-03HP
EPO-06HP
EPO-10HP(L/S)
EPO-15HP(L/S)
EPO-20HP(L/S)
Length
mm(in.)
960(37.8)
677
873(34.4)
873(34.4)
873(34.4)
Width
mm(in.)
450(17.7)
322
332(13.1)
332(13.1)
332(13.1)
Height
mm(in.)
310(12.2)
1011(39.8)
S:1040(40.9)
S:1040(40.9)
S:1040(40.9)
L:1167(45.9)
L:1167(45.9)
L:1167(45.9)
Transom height
mm(in.)
417(16.4)
444(17.50)
S:444(17.50)
S:440(17.30)
S:440(17.30)
L:571(22.51)
L:567(22.30)
L:567(22.30)
Net Weight
(KG)
15KG
24KG
S:35; L:40
S:39; L:44.0
r/min
4000-5000
4000~5000
4000-5000
4000-5000
4000~5500
Idling speed
r/min
0
0
0
0
0
BLDC Motor
W
1500W
3KW
5KW
8KW
10KW
V
24~48
24~48
48~72
48~72
72
A
80~50
180~100
180~120
220-150
220
VEC180
VEC240
VEC300
VEC500
VEC500
≥85%
≥90%
≥90%
≥90%
≥90%
Tiller
Tiller
Tiller
Tiller
Tiller
2.08(27/13)
2.08(27/13)
3-9×7" or 3-8
3-9 1/4"×8" or
3-9 1/4"×8" or 3-9
3/4"-8"
3-9 1/4"×11"
1/4"×11"
NO.)
Parameter
S:45;
L:49.0
Full throttle
operating
range
Battery
Voltage
Battery
Current
Controller
(Sine Wave)
Maximum
Motor
Efficiency
Control
system
Gear ratio
Propeller spec
2.08(27/13) 2.08(27/13)
in
3-7 1/4"×6"
3-7 1/7"×7"
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2.4 Wire Connection
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2.5Safety Notice
2.51Safety red cord
The” Fuse” must be attached to the
“button “for the motor to run. The
“cord” should Be attached to a
secure place on the operator’s
clothing, or arm or leg. Should the
operator fall overboard or leave
the helm, the “cord “will pull out
the” clip,”cut off the power.This will
prevent the boat from running
away under power.
Make sure the safety red cord is fixed on the
red button.
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2.52 Battery Power Connection Notice
That is the power wire,red is “+” and black is “-”,when you get the outboard,what you need to do is to connect this
power wires,bear in mind thar you need to connect as per the picture
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3 Operation
Operation
The information presented in this section is
intended as reference only. It is not possible
to provide complete instructions for every
possible boat and motor combination. Proper
mounting depends in part on experience and
the specific boat and motor combination.
·Overpowering a boat could cause severe
instability.Do not install an outboard motor with
more horsepower than the maximum rating on the
capacity plate of the boat. If the boat does not
have a capacity plate, consult the boat
manufacturer.
·Improper mounting of the outboard motor could
result in hazardous conditions such as poor
handling, loss of control, or fire hazards. For
permanently mounted models, your dealer or
other person experienced in proper rigging should
mount the motor.
Mounting the outboard motor
Your dealer or other person experienced in proper
outboard motor mounting should show you how to
mount your outboard motor.
1. Center line (keel line)
Mounting height
To run your boat at optimum efficiency, the water
resistance (drag) of the boat and
Outboard motor must be made as little as possible.
The mounting height of the outboard motor greatly
affects the water resistance. If the mounting height is
too high, cavitation tends to occur,thus reducing the
propulsion; and if the propeller tips cut the air, the
engine speed will rise abnormally and cause the
motor to overheat.If the mounting height is too low,
the water resistance will increase and thereby reduce
engine efficiency. Mount the outboard motor so that
the anti-cavitation plate is between the bottom of
the boat and a level 25 mm (1 in below it.
The outboard motor should be mounted so that
the boat is well balanced. Otherwise, the boat
could be hard to steer. For single-engine boats,
mount the outboard motor on the centerline (keel
line) of the boat.
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·Check that the idle hole stays high enough to keep
out water getting inside engine even if the boat is in
stationary with maximum load.
·Incorrect motor height or obstructions to the
smooth flow of water (such as the design or
condition of the boat, or accessories such as transom
ladders or depth finder transducers) can create
airborne water spray while the boat is cruising. If the
motor is operated continuously in the presence of
airborne water spray, enough water could enter the
engine through the intake opening on the cowling to
cause severe engine damage. Eliminate the cause of
the airborne water
Spray.
TIP:
The optimum mounting height of the outboard
motor is affected by the boat and motor combination
and the desired use. Test runs at different heights
can help determine the optimum mounting height.
Consult your
dealer or boat manufacturer for further information
on determining the proper mounting height.
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4 Maintenance
Clamp screw mounting models
When transporting or storing the outboard
motor while removed from a boat, keep the
outboard motor in the attitude shown.
·Do not place the outboard motor on its side
before the cooling water has drained from it
completely, otherwise water may enter the cylinder
through the exhaust port and cause engine trouble.
·Store the outboard motor in a dry, wellventilated
place, not in direct sunlight.
Procedure
Flushing in a test tank
TIP:
Place a towel or something similar under the
outboard motor to protect it from damage.
Storing outboard motor
When storing your outboard motor for prolonged
periods of time (2 months or longer), several
important procedures must be performed to prevent
excessive damage. It is advisable to have your
outboard motor serviced by an authorized dealer
prior to storage.However, you, the owner, with a
minimum of tools, can perform the following
procedures
·Do not run the engine without supplying it with
cooling water. Either the engine water pump will be
damaged or the engine will be damaged from
overheating. Before starting the engine, be sure to
supply water to the cooling water passages.
1. Wash the outboard motor body using fresh
water. NOTICE: Do not spray water into
the air intake.
2. Remove the motor top cowling and silencer
cover. Remove the propeller.
4. Install the outboard motor on the test tank.
Fill the tank with fresh water to above the
level of the anticavitation plate. NOTICE: If
the fresh water level is below the level of
the anti-cavitation plate, or if the water
supply is insufficient, engine seizure may occur.
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Cleaning the outboard motor
After use, wash the exterior of the outboard
motor with fresh water. Flush the cooling system
with fresh water.
1. Water surface
2. Lowest water level
5. Cooling system flushing is essential to prevent the
cooling system from clogging up with salt, sand, or
dirt. In addition, fogging/ lubricating of the motor is
mandatory to prevent excessive engine damage due
to rust. Perform he flushing and fogging at the same
time.WARNING! Do not touch or remove electrical
parts when starting or during operation. Keep hands,
hair, and clothes away
from the flywheel and other rotating parts
while the engine is running.
6. Run the motor at a fast idle for a few minutes in
neutral position.
7. Just prior to turning off the motor quickly
spray “Fogging Oil” alternately into each carburetor
or the fogging hole of the silencer
cover, if equipped. When properly done, the
engine will smoke excessively
and almost stall.
8. Remove the outboard motor from the test
tank.
9. Install the silencer cover/cap of fogging hole
and top cowling.
10. If the “Fogging Oil” is not available, run the
engine at a fast idle until the fuel system becomes
empty and the engine stops.
11. Drain the cooling water completely out of
the motor. Clean the body thoroughly.
Checking painted surface of motor
Check the motor for scratches, nicks, or flaking paint.
Areas with damaged paint are more likely to corrode.
If necessary, clean and paint the areas. A touch-up
paint is available from your dealer.
Periodic maintenance
These procedures require mechanical skills, tools,and
supplies. If you do not have the proper skills,tools, or
supplies to perform a maintenance procedure,have a
dealer or other
qualified mechanic do the work.
The procedures involve disassembling the motor and
exposing dangerous parts. To reduce the risk of injury
from moving, hot, or electrical parts:
·Turn off the motor and keep engine shut-off cord
(lanyard) with you when you perform maintenance
unless otherwise specified.
·Always completely reassemble the motor.
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before Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the
emission control devices and systems on models
affixed with an emission control label may be
performed by any marine engine repair
stablishment or individual. All warranty repairs,
however, including those to the emission control
system, must be performed by an authorized marine
dealership.
Replacement parts
More rapid deterioration of motor components.
Removing propeller
Spline models
1. Straighten the cotter pin and pull it out using
a pair of pliers.
2. Remove the propeller nut, washer, and spacer(if
equipped). WARNING! Do not use your and to hold the
propeller when loosening
the propeller nut.
If replacement parts are necessary, use only
genuine outboard parts or parts of equivalent
design and quality. Any part of inferior quality may
malfunction, and the resulting loss of control could
endanger the operator
and passengers. Outboard genuine
parts and accessories are available from your
Dealer.
Severe operating conditions
1. Cotter pin
Severe operating conditions involve one or
more of the following types of operation on a
regular basis:
2. Propeller nut
·Operating continuously at or near maximum
engine speed (rpm) for many hours
5. Thrust washer
·Operating continuously at a low engine speed(rpm)
for many hours
·Frequent quick acceleration and deceleration
Frequent shifting
·Frequently starting and stopping the engine(s)
·Operation that fluctuates often between
light and heavy cargo loads Outboard motors
operating under any of these above conditions
require more frequent maintenance.
Golden Motor recommends that you do
this service twice as often as specified in the
maintenance chart. For example, if a particular
service should be done at 50 hours, do it instead at
25 hours. This will help prevent
3. Washer
4. Propeller
Installing propeller
Be sure to use a new cotter pin and bend the ends
over securely. Otherwise the propeller could come off
during operation and be lost.
1. Apply outboard marine grease or a corrosion
resistant grease to the propeller
shaft.
2. Install the spacer (if equipped), thrust
washer, washer (if equipped), and propeller
on the propeller shaft. NOTICE: Be sure to
install the thrust washer before installing
the propeller, otherwise the lower case
and propeller boss could be damaged.
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3. Install the spacer (if equipped) and the
washer. Tighten the propeller nut to the
specified torque.
Propeller nut tightening torque:
17.0 Nm (1.73 kgf-m, 12.5 ft-lb)
4. Align the propeller nut with the propeller
shaft hole. Insert a new cotter pin in the hole
and bend the cotter pin ends. NOTICE: Do
not reuse the cotter pin installed. Other-wise the
propeller can come off duringoperation.
TIP:
If the propeller nut does not align with the
propeller shaft hole after tightening to the
specified torque, tighten the nut further to
align it with the hole.
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5 Return and Repairs
How the warranty does not apply
 Inadequate maintenance.
We offer a flexible 7 day return policy and are happy
to accept items back for a refund or exchange if the
items are damaged or faulty upon receipt or you
simply don't like what you've ordered. If a part is
missing or damaged, we will arrange exchange or
repair. If there are any issues upon receipt and
opening of the package:
 Unauthorized alteration, modification or
misuse.
Contact us before you make a return.
 Repairs by persons other than Golden
Motor Authorized Dealers. (If you need local
repair and a Golden Motor dealer is not
nearby, contact us for assistance in
authorizing repair).
Goods must be returned within 7 days of receipt.
Goods must be in original packaging.
Goods must not be fitted or used.
The customer is responsible for meeting the return
postage costs. The customer is responsible for
ensuring that the goods arrive in good condition (we
recommend that return shipment be insured).
6 Warranty
How the warranty applies
As the makers, we warranty against possible
material or construction defects, provided the
following conditions are satisfied :
 Proof of purchase. The warranty starts on
the date of purchase.
 Damage through abuse, neglect or
accident.
 Assembly in disregard of instructions in
this manual.
 When the bicycle is used negligently or
has damage resulting from a traffic accident.

Normal wear and tear.
 Poor maintenance or modifications that
no longer comply with regulations or original
specifications.
 Damage due to external causes.
 The bicycle is used for rental.
 The battery pack is used incorrectly or
damaged. This also applies to improper
charging.
 Compensatory costs arising from
 Only the first owner is entitled to the
warranty.
 damages or accidents, or cost incurred
by loss of the bicycle’s usage.
 2 years for the frame, fork, all mechanical
and electrical parts, except normal wear and
tear items.
This warranty does not cover use for
commercial purposes.
 1 year for the battery up to 70% depth
of discharge from its original rated capacity.
This can be verified by the dealer where the
bike was purchased.
How the warranty works
 Original defective parts that are sent or
returned to the dealer for assessment will be
replaced by the same or equal value part.
 Labor and transportation charges are not
included.
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Unauthorized changes/modification or tampering with any part of this
product, or operation in any way other than as detailed in this User Manual, will render
manufacturer’s warranty void.
Golden Motor Technology Co.,Ltd
www.goldenmotor.com
[email protected]
Mobile:86 519 81004118
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