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Freedom Convert. Be one too.

YES! The answer is yes Freedom Won© is standing by to do an electric conversion for you too on the vehicles of your choice in your fleet.

The next time then when you’re thinking of selling/upgrading your fleet’s fuel guzzlers, you could electrify instead and join the forerunners in pioneering a breakaway to electrified ‘freedom’…

Of course we do appreciate that the conversion cost is a major consideration… however if you do the maths you will see that you save more money in petrol than it costs to pay back a loan for your fleet’s conversion costs!

Believe us, owning and driving an electric conversion is truly the most inspiring and electrifying experience!

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Electricity in full motion… now your fleet can always run on empty!

Here are the stats (and the facts) 🙂

Freedom1’s (our electric Jeep) energy consumption over the last eight years are as follows:

  • Distance Travelled – 110 000km’s
  • Battery Energy Consumed per km – 0,2kWh
  • Battery Energy Consumed Total – 22 000kWh
  • Energy Used for Charging (95% charger efficiency) – 23 000kWh
  • Cost of Energy (at R1,40 per kWh) – R32 200
  • Energy Cost per km Travelled – R0,29/km
  • Equivalent fuel cost of Petrol Car per km – R2,20/km
  • Equivalent fuel cost of Petrol Car total – R242 000
  • Maintenance Cost of EV – one set of tires (R8 000)
  • Equivalent typical maintenance cost of petrol car – R1,20/km or R132 000
  • Total savings to date – R333 800
  • Original Conversion Cost – R220 000
  • Projected total life of battery pack – 200 000km’s

Above calculations based on indicative average prices on electricity and petrol of the eight year period.

Other Forward Thinkers have already chosen their fleets to plug into our current future:

Game Viewing Vehicle EV Conversions

Freedom3 (Conversion Aug 2014) &
Freedom5 (Conversion Feb 2015) &
Freedom6 (Conversion Apr 2015)
(Land Rover Defender 130” Pickups with Crew Cab)
– Cost R370k

Game Viewing River Boat EV Conversions

Freedom4 (Electric “Skimmer” River Boat)
Conversion Sept 2014
Freedom8
Conversion Apr 2015
– Cost R260k

Mobile Lighting Plants

Mobile Lighting Plants’ LiFePO4 FreedomWON Concept provided to P&C Mining Services
Manufacturing by P&C Mining Services
– Cost approx. R250k per plant

VITAL STATISTICS

  • Batteries: 180 x 60Ah LiFePO4 Cells = 35kWh, 580V Operating Voltage, series connected
  • Electric Motor: 80kW Permanent Magnet 380V 3 Phase AC, 600N.m Max Coupled Directly to Transfer Case (no gearbox)
  • Motor Controller: 211A 3 Phase AC Variable Frequency Inverter
  • Top Speed (limited): 115km/h
  • Range (at 70km/hr): 140km
  • Charging: Max 5 hours on 30A plug, 8 hours on standard 16A Household Plug
  • Braking: Primary – Regenerative through motor using brake pedal sensor, Secondary and Emergency – Standard Hydraulic Disk Brakes
  • Net Weight Gain of Conversion:  250kg
  • Fuel Price – ALWAYS Irrelevant

VITAL STATISTICS

  • Batteries: 180 x 60Ah LiFePO4 Cells = 35kWh, 580V Operating Voltage, series connected
  • Electric Motor: 30kW Permanent Magnet 380V 3 Phase AC Mounted to Yamaha 40HP Outboard Stem
  • Motor Controller: 88A 3 Phase AC Variable FrequencyInverter
  • Cruise Speed (estimated): 8km/h
  • Range (at 8km/hr, estimated): 25km
  • Range (at 8km/hr, estimated: 25km
  • Charging: Max 5 hours on 30A plug
  • Fuel Price – ALWAYS Irrelevant

VITAL STATISTICS

  • Trailer Mounted Light Mast with LED Flood Lights
  • Powered at Night By: 80 x 100Ah LiFePO4 Cells = 26kWh, 10 parallel strings of 8 cells in series,  24V nominal
  • Charged in the Day by: 6 x 290W PV Solar Panels via a Charge Controller
  • Charged Whenever if Required by: 1 x 5kW On Board Electrical Grid Supply Charger
  • Lasts through three days of poor weather while running the 600W lighting all night
  • Lightweight design afforded by LiFePO4 Cells allows towing by LDV
  • No routine maintenance required
  • Cells resistant to high temperatures experienced in application environments
  • Conserve our Environment – ALWAYS Relevant

Plug into The Current Future

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