HOVER ARK H3 Motorized Lifebuoy Remote Controlled Rescue Watercraft

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The Hover Ark H3 is a auto-propelled, remote-controlled watercraft water rescue device designed for use in marine and water environments. The Hover Ark not only works in calm waters, but also can get the job done by going through swiftwater, stormy waves,
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Description
Remote Controlled Life Saving Rescue Watercraft
H3

The Hover Ark H3 is a auto-propelled, remote-controlled watercraft water rescue device designed for use in marine and water environments. The Hover Ark not only works in calm waters, but also can get the job done by going through swiftwater, stormy waves, shores or rivers and lakes and can work even when it is turned upside down. Hover Ark H3 is designed to save lives!



Emergency water rescue boat H3-Specifications

-Design with 360-degree panorama and 0-100 throttle cable is easy to control at will

-With reference to ergonomic design and skin-friendly material manufacturing, it has a beautiful appearance and comfortable operation for users.

-Streamlined design and the shape conforming to the dynamics of the ship can effectively reduce the water resistance, surface pressure, aerodynamic lift and lateral force.

Remotet Controlled
No need to jump into water for the rescue operations from now on. Simply throw the water robot into the water, and just stand on the shore or a boat, and use the remote control to navigate the water rescue robot to the victim. The battery levels for both the water robot and the remote control are shown on the LED display screen for the operator.



Lighting Speed
To reduce water casulties, speed is critical. The Hover Ark H3 can rush to the victim at a speed of 4~6m/s (15km/h) while returning to the rescuer with the loaded victim at 2m/s. This is twice quicker than human rescuing and reduces the risks involved for the rescuer also.



Eletricl Propulsion
It is powered by 2 eletric turbines, speed is fast and can reach a person quickly. 
Its mobility and controllability allow first response to operate in all sonditions. 



Can Save Many Persons
Hover Ark H3 can carry a 200kg mini-mum payload. It can transport 2 to 4 people or total 200 - 240kg back to shore. It can remote operate up to an impressive 800 meters radio controlled GPS Range.
The Hover Ark H3 is a powerful robotic rescue machine that can go against wind and waves in troubled waters, and can be operated even when titled upside down to reach the drowning person.



Automatic Return
By using the automatic return function , the Ark will always make sure it can return to the user safely whenever the comunnication signal was lost for over 15 seconds, or simply use the one-key return function.



Against Wind And Waves
The Hover Ark H3 is a powerful robotic rescue machine that can go against wind and waves in troubled waters, and can be operated even when titled upside down to reach the drowning person.



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Specification
Specification:
1. Key Specifications of the Ark and Accessories
Watercraft
Body Weight 13.3kg
Max Speed (no load) 6m/s
Runtime 50min
Working Voltage DC 23-29.4V
Effective Payload 240kg
Working Temperature 0-50
 
Charger
Charging Current 7A
Charging Time 2.5h
Charging Voltage 29.6V
 
Battery
Capacity 10000mAH x 2
Voltage 25.2V
Battery Category Lithium Battery
Battery Weight 2.6kg x 2
Battery Power 259Wh x 2
Working Frequency 2.4G Hz
Working Temperature 0℃ - 50
 
2. Basic Specifications of the Remote Control
Remote Control
Working Frequency 433M Hz
Effective Range 800m
Working Temperature 0-50
Working Voltage DC3.7V
Battery 5000mAH Lithium Battery

3. Status Indicator
Indicator Normal Status
Steady White System Locked
Steady Purple System Starting Calibration
Flashing Purple Compass Calibration
Setady Green Intelligent Assistant Mode
Steady Blue Manual Control Mode
Steady Yellow Automatic Return Mode
 
Indicator Warning/ Abnormal Status
Flashing Yellow System Lost Contact
Flashing Red (slow) Low Battery Warning
Flashing Orange Calibration Failure
Flashing Red Serious Low Battery Warning
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