- What size battery do I need for a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?
- Can you use a lithium battery for a trolling motor?
- What is the best battery for a Minn Kota 30 lb trolling motor?
- How long will a battery last with a trolling motor?
- How fast will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor go?
- How do I know what size trolling motor I need?
- Will 24v trolling motor run on 12v?
- How many amps does a 30lb trolling motor pull?
- What size battery is best for a trolling motor?
- How fast will an 80 lb thrust trolling motor go?
- Will 2 trolling motors make you go faster?
- How long will a 12v trolling motor run?
- How long will a 35ah battery run a trolling motor?
- Can you use a regular battery for a trolling motor?
- Can you charge a deep cycle battery with a trickle charger?
- Is it better to charge a battery at 2 amps or 10 amps?
- How big a deep cycle battery do I need?
- How fast is a 30 lb thrust trolling?

## What size battery do I need for a 55 lb thrust trolling motor?

To use an example, a 55 lb thrust motor unit has a peak power draw of 40 amps.

If you use the trolling motor for 6 hours at average 50% load of 20 amps, the trolling motor will then require a battery load of 120 Ah..

## Can you use a lithium battery for a trolling motor?

Minn Kota trolling motors can run on Lithium Ion batteries. However, they are specifically designed to run on traditional lead acid batteries (flooded, AGM or GEL). Lithium Ion batteries maintain higher voltages for longer periods of time than lead acid.

## What is the best battery for a Minn Kota 30 lb trolling motor?

What type of battery do I need to run my Minn Kota Trolling Motor: A Minn Kota trolling motor will operate with any lead acid, deep cycle marine 12-volt battery/batteries. For best results, use a deep cycle, marine battery with at least a 110-ampere hour rating.

## How long will a battery last with a trolling motor?

The larger the rating, the more power the battery can hold, and the longer it will be able to power a motor at a given speed. For example, a 100 amperage hour battery is one that would be able to supply 25 amps of power for 4 hours (25 amps * 4 hours = 100 amp hours) before running out of energy.

## How fast will a 55 lb thrust trolling motor go?

5 miles per hourAssuming perfect riding conditions, the use of the best fuel i.e. the distillate marine diesel, and moderate load, 55-pound trolling motors are likely to attain a maximum speed of only 5 miles per hour. This would take around two hours for the deep cycle battery charge to get completely depleted.

## How do I know what size trolling motor I need?

Boat weight is the most important consideration to take into account when choosing a trolling motor. A beginning rule of thumb is that you want a minimum of 2 lbs of thrust for every 100lbs. For example, if you have a 3000lb boat, fully loaded, then the calculation is (3000/100) * 2 = 60lbs of thrust.

## Will 24v trolling motor run on 12v?

For a cable steer or hand controlled model this will not hurt the motor, but it will considerably affect the performance of the motor. … However, an electric steer motor, such as, the PowerDrive, Terrova, or Ulterra cannot be used on lower voltages.

## How many amps does a 30lb trolling motor pull?

Conductor Gauge and Circuit Breaker Sizing TableMotor Thrust / ModelMax Amp DrawCircuit Breaker30 lb.3050 Amp @ 12 VDC40 lb., 45 lb.4250 lb., 55 lb.5060 Amp @ 12 VDC8 more rows

## What size battery is best for a trolling motor?

Most trolling motor batteries fail due to lack of proper charging. We suggest selecting a 12 volt deep cycle marine battery with at least a 110 amp hour rating, usually a group 27 size battery. The higher the amp hour rating, the more run time you will receive.

## How fast will an 80 lb thrust trolling motor go?

around 5 mphHow Fast Will A 80 lb. Thrust Trolling Motor Go? it is important to note that more thrust does not mean more speed. The trolling motor’s maximum speed is around 5 mph no matter how many lbs (pounds) of thrust it provides.

## Will 2 trolling motors make you go faster?

Two motors in the back will just push the bow a little higher in the air, and the stern will dig in deeper, slowing you down. The boat will be faster with a trolling motor if it’s level in the water.

## How long will a 12v trolling motor run?

(Just to keep the boat moving for slow drifts – musky or bass fishing). 6-8 hours seems reasonable with an older motor. Battery group size could play a role in life but on a 12v older power drive a 24 to 27 group battery running between 6-8 hours is in line with where you can expect yourself to be.

## How long will a 35ah battery run a trolling motor?

The ampere-hour rating of a battery is how much power it can dispense over time. For example, you buy a 35Ah power battery and the average draw power of your trolling motor is 7 Amp. Dividing through equals 5 hours run time.

## Can you use a regular battery for a trolling motor?

Will my car battery work for my trolling motor? No, car batteries are not recommended and can ruin your motor.

## Can you charge a deep cycle battery with a trickle charger?

Trickle chargers definitely work for marine batteries because they don’t generate excess heat. During a standard charge, the battery heats up.

## Is it better to charge a battery at 2 amps or 10 amps?

A basic charger usually charges at around 2 amps – and so needs 24 hours to deliver the 48 amps needed to fully charge a flat, 48 amp hour battery. But there is a wide range of chargers with different charge rates on the market – from 2 to 10 amps. The higher the charge output, the faster a flat battery is recharged.

## How big a deep cycle battery do I need?

As a basic rule of thumb, you can remember that a 100Ah AGM deep cycle battery can provide 1 amp for 100 hours, 2 amps for 50 hours, 3 amps for 33 hours,… Keep in mind this is a rough estimate, as the battery capacity will change a little depending on how fast your battery is being drained.

## How fast is a 30 lb thrust trolling?

In fact two 55 pound thrust motors will not move you any faster than one 30 pound thrust motor. Higher thrust 12V trolling motors are designed for bigger heavier boats with larger payloads. The maximum speed of a trolling motor is 5 mph regardless of how many pounds of thrust.