Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PressExposure) September 05, 2012 -- eMarine Systems, a leading distributor of marine energy equipment such as wind turbines, solar hybrid kits, and charge controllers, is offering boat owners in Florida solar charging kits via their website, http://www.eMarineInc.com. These superior-quality charging kits offer watercraft operators a sustainable source of energy to power up their vessels.
Solar charging kits are complete on-board power systems that do not need additional equipment in order to run. Each solar charging kit includes all the basic gear a boat owner would need when setting up a portable power station right in the vessel. These components include a solar charge controller [http://www.emarineinc.com/categories/Solar-Controllers/Solar-Charging-Controller-Kit/], line fuse, splice crimps, mounting hardware, and the solar panel itself.
Watercraft operators who detest the idea of storing large batteries for prolonged offshore operations will appreciate a solar charging kit [http://www.emarineinc.com/categories/Solar-Controllers/Solar-Charging-Controller-Kit/] installed on their boats, as these systems provide backup electricity when no other power source is available.
eMarine Systems was launched in 1999 after the diesel engine on co-founder Joe Turner's motorboat sputtered during a 1998 trip to the Florida Keys. It was then that the idea of using solar hybrid technology for his motorboat started. Together with fellow boat owner Gary Chapman, Turner founded eMarine Systems in the belief that every boat operator should benefit from solar technology.
Apart from selling topnotch products for powering up Florida watercraft, eMarine Systems helps boat owners choose the right power supply requirements for their vessels. They can advise watercraft operators on the right solar charge controller for regulating the current going through their photovoltaic cells, on circuit breakers to prevent overloading, and on other marine power system issues.
eMarine Systems also supplies LED systems, water heaters, and marine refrigeration equipment.