40 to 45 lbs thrust is roughly 29 amps/hr instead of the 42 amps/hr that those respective motors draw for the same thrust.

## How many amps does a 40 lb trolling motor use?

The Minn Kota Endura Max 40 lb thrust system will draw about 35 amps @ 12 VDC at full speed.

## How many amps is a Minn Kota trolling motor?

For motors requiring a 60-amp breaker, the Minn Kota MKR-19 60-amp circuit breaker is recommended.

## How many amps does it take to run a trolling motor?

The Force trolling motor can run on 24 volts or 36 volts, and the chart below shows how a 24v setting will draw higher amps then running at 36 volts.

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24 Volt Power Source.

Throttle Level | Thrust | Current |
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20% | 45 N-m (10 lbf) | 3 A |

30% | 70 N-m (16 lbf) | 6 A |

40% | 101 N-m (23 lbf) | 9 A |

50% | 140 N-m (31 lbf) | 14 A |

## 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.

## What size battery do I need for a 45 lb thrust 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.

## How long will a 100ah battery run a trolling motor?

For example a 100 amp hour battery should be able to deliver 100 hours of 1 amp consumption, or 10 hours at 10 amps, 5 hours at 20 amps, etc… The formula is Amps * Hours = Amp Hours.

## What size battery do I need for a 30 lb thrust trolling motor?

The type and size of battery most suitable for a 30lb thrust trolling motor is a 12 V deep cycle marine battery with at least a 110 amp hour rating, which usually comes under group 27 size battery. The more will be the amp-hour of the battery, the more it will run.

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

Lithium Ion batteries maintain higher voltages for longer periods of time than lead acid. Therefore, running a Minn Kota trolling motor at speeds higher than 85% for a prolonged period could cause permanent damage to the motor. The LiFePO4 Lithium batteries can be used with our motor.

## What kind of battery do I need for a 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 many amps does a 36 volt trolling motor pull?

A batteries specs always state that there is something like 210 reserve minutes at 25 amps.

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

10 Best Trolling Motor Batteries Compared

Battery: | Type: | Reserve: |
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1. BPS Pro Series AGM X-900 | AGM | 195 min |

2. Odyssey Trolling Thunder | AGM | 135 min |

3. BPS Pro Series Deep Cycle | AGM | 150 min |

4. VMAX Charge Tanks MR-137 | AGM | 230 min |

## Can you run a trolling motor out of water?

While it might be convenient to test your trolling motor out of the water, it’s not safe for very long. The motors require water to cool them. Without that, they can overheat extremely quickly. Most anglers won’t run an electric trolling motor outside of the water for any more than a minute and that is extreme.

## How long will a 12v 35ah battery last on a trolling motor?

This little powerhouse is perfect for my little one-man boat with Minn Kota Endura 30 trolling motor. Lasts at least 4+ hours of fishing, running the motor a lot.

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

While the Minn Kota Endura C2 30 Freshwater Transom Mounted Trolling Motor (30″ Shaft) model takes 32 amps/hr to get that 30 lbs of thrust, this one can do 30 lbs of thrust for roughly 18 amps/hr.

## How long does a battery last using a trolling motor?

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.