Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe 2024

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Discover the Future of Maritime Innovation

Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe 2024 will showcase new electric and hybrid marine transportation and propulsion solutions, shore charging equipment and efficient emerging technologies to help you on your path to zero-emission shipping and net zero.

Taking place alongside the exhibition is the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe Conference, the only international conference dedicated to the electrification and hybridization of marine vessels, along with the associated supporting infrastructure for ports, charging, fueling and energy supply.

Our highlighted product

Explore our curated selection of groundbreaking products at the forefront of maritime innovation. Our highlighted offerings showcase cutting-edge solutions in electric and hybrid marine transportation, propulsion systems, shore charging equipment, and emerging technologies. Join us on the journey to sustainable shipping and a net-zero future as we present the latest advancements revolutionizing the marine industry. Welcome to the future of maritime excellence!

5kA solid-state DC breaker for marine applications

At the Electric and Hybrid we will show you our newest innovation: the 5kA solid state DC breaker for marine applications. 

Our new DC (or AC) breaker platform is a revolutionary modular system in a front access only push in, pull out design. It allows for easy access and maintenance or to up- down size power ratings. This new platform can be used for current ratings up to 5 kA in a wide range of layouts. Customer specific designs are possible.

5kA solid-state DC breaker

  • Advanced short-circuit and overload protection
  • Nominal voltage: 1.5 kV
  • Nominal current: 5 kA
  • Total fault clearance: 15 – 21 μs
  • Suitable for spinning reserve mode

5kA solid-state DC breaker

Other products showcased by Astrolkwx

Blocking diode for marine applications

blocking diode allows the current to flow from inverter system to the battery but prevents / blocks the flow of current to the inverter system thereby preventing the battery from discharging due to reverse current. Blocking diodes are also used for protecting and preventing dangerous situations caused due to arc flashing.

Description & Specifications

The disk diode is placed and mounted between two heatsinks, a fan is placed on top, whereby the heatsinks are forced air-cooled.

  • I(load): 2000 A
  • Vdc = 1000 V
  • Ta =< 30°C
  • Tj =< 160°C

Blocking diode

Liquid cooled rectifier

Liquid-cooled rectifiers utilize a cooling system that involves circulating a liquid coolant, such as water or oil, to dissipate heat generated during the rectification process. The rectifier components, such as diodes and transformers, are typically immersed or in direct contact with the coolant. The coolant absorbs the heat and carries it away from the rectifier, maintaining a suitable operating temperature.

Why use liquid-cooled rectifiers?

  • Compact design.
  • Easy integration – Industry -standard housing for easy integration.
  • Customized products – Littlefuse offers various customized products based on customer-specific and application-specific requirements.

Liquid cooled rectifier


Experience unparalleled reliability and power with our cutting-edge energy storage devices. Eaton XLHV supercapacitors are high reliability, high power, ultra-high capacitance energy storage devices utulizing electric double layer capacitor (EDLC) construction combined with proprietary materials and processes. The combination of advanced technologies allows Eaton to offer a wide variety of capacitor solutions tailored to applications for back-up power, pulsed power and hybrid power systems.

Features and benefits

  • Standard 19″ rack mounting
  • Systems up to 1500V and higher
  • Large capacitance for high energy desity
  • UL recognized


Why visit the Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe 2024?

Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo Europe is exclusively for people involved in the decision making process in specifying which propulsion systems to invest in, which components to procure or which charging infrastructure to specify.

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