The team will be showcasing exciting mobile power technology including the new highest-energy 6T rechargeable lithium NATO batteries and a 12-volt drop-in replacement for lead acid batteries
Defence procurement specialist, Astute Electronics, is joining forces with world-renowned manufacturer of mobile energy products, Epsilor, to exhibit their powerful new battery solutions at the International Armoured Vehicles Conference, London.
From January 22-25, at Booth A5, their respected experts will be available to discuss the design challenges of integrating reliable, high-power vehicle and battlefront mobile power sources – especially Epsilor’s new 6T rechargeable lithium batteries, which offer the industry’s highest energy density.
Rich Ford, power products divisional manager for Astute, says: “We’re excited by the prospect of discovering new design projects for Epsilor’s ground-breaking 6T battery range, as well as their customised solutions. Epsilor’s products are designed to serve in extreme environments – wherever reliability and clean energy are paramount.”
Epsilor president, Ronen Badichi, says: “International Armoured Vehicles provides us with an excellent opportunity to showcase our new 6T product family which enable extended silent watch and more efficient fuel consumption. These smart drop-in replacements for traditional batteries are a perfect solution for modern vehicles as well as for retrofit and modernisation programs of existing armoured fleets in NATO and in other advanced land forces.”
Also of interest, Epsilor’s large format battery program manager, Ori Kost, will be presenting ‘A Roadmap for On-board Energy: From 6T to High Voltage Batteries’ during a special, opening-day panel discussion.
The International Armoured Vehicles Conference takes place at Twickenham Stadium, London TW2 7BA.