|Working time at optimal speed||>220 min (45 m/min)*|
|Maximum distance||>10 km*|
|Dimensions in milimeters||280 mm (w) x 520 mm (l) x 330 mm (h)|
|Housing diameter||160 mm|
|Weight with battery and fresh water ballast||9,7 kg|
|Battery (Li-ion) capacity||582 Wh in 6 segments (97 Wh each)|
|Nominal battery voltage||32,4 V|
|Maximum battery voltage (after charging)||37,8 V|
|Minimum battery voltage|
|Charger operating voltage||100-230 V / 50 Hz / 120 W|
|Maximum static thrust||> 260 N|
|Maximum speed||> 1,35 m/s|
|Maximum depth||130 m|
|Tested depth (std. version)||200 m|
|Correct displacement (with ballast)||Neutral|
|Level/Trim (with adjusted ballast)||Neutral|
|Scooter operating temperature**||-5/+45 ⁰C|
|Scooter storage temperature||-25/+50 ⁰C|
|Temperature whilst charging||+10/+40 ⁰C|
* Applicable in terms of a diver in a twinset 2 x 12 l, in a dry suit, in fresh water. Range tested for 45 m/min speed.
** At temperatures below 0 ⁰C, due to the properties of lithium cells, the battery capacity and hence the scooter’s performance can be significantly reduced. It is a reversible process – after raising the temperature of
the battery to temperature level above 0 ⁰C the capacity of the battery returns to the nominal value.
The manufacturer points out, that the laboratory data relating to the technical specifications of the Seacraft scooter may differ from the data obtained in real operating conditions in the field.