Exmark has introduced its first stand-on electric mower – the Vertex V-Series.
Exmark has introduced its first stand-on electric mower – the Vertex V-Series. The new machine provides the commercial durability and cut quality landscape maintenance professionals expect from Exmark, in a HyperCell powered electric mower.
Designed specifically for commercial mower applications, HyperCell batteries run cooler to provide more runtime and longer service life. The Vertex V-Series uses eight HyperCell batteries, with patent-pending management software that optimizes performance and delivers up to 7 hours of runtime per charge. Commercial high-torque wheel motors and a planetary transmission deliver smooth, responsive control and ground speed of up to 10 mph. The electric powertrain also eliminates service and maintenance associated with gasoline engines, including oil and filter changes.
The electric spindle motors also eliminate belt maintenance and replacement. Vertex V-Series features Horizon360 Connect smart equipment remote software, which provides app-based connection to the machine for real time equipment data, battery charge status and location information. The 52-inch Electric Series 4 side-discharge cutting deck is fabricated and welded from high-strength steel to deliver Exmark’s signature quality of cut. The high-torque deck motors feature 9-inch diameter cast aluminum spindle housings with blade retainers for maximum commercial durability.
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