Zeus 200 is the generator for all boats, without an engine. Here’s how it works

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ZEUS 200

Zeus200, the generator for all boats, without an engine. We continue our virtual exploration at Milan Yachting Week. This time we are talking about an accessory that can be an energy revolution. Here with the brand-new Zeus200 thermoelectric generator produced by Italy’s Mobil Tech. Now power is no longer an issue on board.

In the Zeus200 engine there is no traditional engine

Why is it revolutionary? Because Mobil Tech’s Zeus200 is a charger generator without a traditional motor that weighs little, takes up little space, is quiet, virtually pollution-free and vibration-free.

Zeus200 is also suitable for small boats

It all sounds too good, but it is. The Zeus200 thermoelectric generator takes advantage of technology that has also been adopted for years by NASA and space satellites to produce power. It also fits on small boats, weighs only 36.5 kg and measures only 67x35x33 cm. Like a box.

An insight born in 1821, now NASA uses it

There is nothing experimental about it and it is a widely proven system. Click here to learn all the secrets and featuresof Zeus200 (CLICK HERE), which produces 400 amps per day, 200 watts of power output. And, we repeat, it is also installed in small sail and motor boats. Beautiful story of how the thermoelectric technology used now by NASA came about, exploiting the Seebeck effect, discovered in 1821, a brilliant insight that you can find here

Doubts or questions?

Find out how Mobil Tech engineers made the brand new Zeus200 thermoelectric generator, what this new accessory looks like, and how it mounts on board by visiting the product in the booth at Milan Yachting Week now by clicking directly here. You will be able to dialogue directly with Mobil Tech’s experts via email and, perhaps, go to see it live by booking an appointment.

 

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