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Pure electric tractors feature a small chassis, a great power density, a strong overload capability, and a high work efficiency when compared to conventional tractors.
It was only a matter of time until off-road vehicles began to benefit from the long-term worldwide trend toward electrification in the car industry. To enhance tractors and tools, equipment producers throughout the world are experimenting with different electrical equipment.
The agricultural sector thinks there are a few obstacles blocking the electrification of farm tractors. The major issue is that, when compared to diesel fuel, Li-ion batteries and electric motors have lower pulling power and specific energy.
The Turkey Electric Tractor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The ZY electric tow tractor resembles a typical tractor with a cabin in appearance. However, there is a massive 95 kWh battery pack instead of a diesel engine beneath the hood.
According to information made public by the company, the battery pack is adequate for up to 7 functioning hours.
The electricity network on the farm or the typical charging stations for electric automobiles can both be used to recharge the batteries. The battery charges completely in 45 minutes or less, depending on the charging station’s capability.
The ZY tractor is compatible with all common tools. A separate 20 horsepower electric motor drives a hydraulic pump to power the exterior hydraulics.
A maximum of 160 horsepower can be delivered by the tractor to the power take-off (PTO). With a maximum output of 130 hp, a sizable electric motor drives the four wheels continuously.
On a sizable display, the driver can, among other things, monitor the charging state. It also alerts the motorist with an audio warning when the charge level falls below 15%. The values for energy usage are also readily apparent. GPS navigation is also a standard feature of the tractor.
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