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The 3-2-1 Interview With Peter Slade, Lincad and Monch Publishing

Monch Publishing have launched a new regular column entitled “The 3-2-1 Interview.” Taking the same three questions every time, the idea is to interview senior executives from smaller companies – those in the middle of the supply chain – and thereby determine the health, agility and sustainability of our industry over the long term.

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Lincad launches new Battery Power Management System for the most demanding military environments

Lincad, the UK designer and manufacturer of bespoke batteries, chargers and power management systems for military applications, is delighted to launch its new battery power management system, the BPMS Mk2.

 

A 120Ah lithium-ion battery with the charge management and power routing electronics needed for self-contained UPS functionality, the BPMS Mk2 is designed to support a 24V […]

Lincad’s Research & Quality Manager, Gavin Durham, Talks About Battery Storage

Q. Lincad manufactures batteries for a number of different markets – the military, oil and gas, medical. Does that have any bearing on how the batteries need to be stored?

A. No, it has nothing to do with the sector. It’s all down to the chemistry of the cells. Having said that, in some sectors, customers […]

Lincad wins contract with Team Leidos to supply batteries to MOD

Lincad, UK supplier of batteries, chargers and power management systems for military applications, has won a multi-million pound contract with Team Leidos to supply a wide range of primary cells and batteries for the UK Ministry of Defence.

 

Consisting of mainly lithium as well as some other cell chemistries, most of these products must be suitable […]

Lincad proud to support local Armed Forces Day weekend

Lincad, a leading UK battery manufacturer based in Ash Vale, is delighted to be supporting the Rushmoor Memorial and Landmark Hunt, part of the Armed Forces Day weekend which has been organised by the local borough council. Armed Forces Day is an annual event, being held this year on Saturday 30th June, designed to commemorate […]

“Getting more women into engineering can only be a good thing”

says Janet Rowe, Joint Managing Director of Lincad

 

This interview was conducted to mark International Women in Engineering Day which takes place every year on 23 June. Organised by the Women’s Engineering Society, a charity founded in 1919, this important event is designed to celebrate the achievements of women in engineering and focus attention on the […]

Lincad launches the Armada Six-Channel Battery Conditioner

Lincad, UK supplier of batteries, chargers and power management systems for military applications, today announces the launch of its new six-channel battery conditioner, the Armada.

 

The Armada is designed for the state of charge (SoC) management of lithium-ion and other battery types. With the ability to easily manage lithium-ion batteries to be at less than 30% […]

Lincad wins further orders to supply batteries and chargers for ECM system from Thales

 

Lincad, the British manufacturer of bespoke batteries, chargers and power management systems for military applications, has won further orders from defence prime, Thales.

 

Lincad will supply additional batteries and chargers for the Storm-H, an ultra-compact, lightweight Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) system designed to protect individuals against Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIED).

 

In addition to protecting specialist military […]

Lincad shortlisted for Made in the UK Award

In November last year, Lincad was the winner in the Supply Chain category of the Insider Made in the South East Awards. Now, the company is looking forward to the finals of the Made in the UK Awards which are being held at Liverpool’s Titanic Hotel on 20th June.

Currently in their fifth year, the awards […]

Lincad to supply batteries for Japanese acoustic weapon locator HALO system

 

Lincad, the UK designer and manufacturer of bespoke batteries, chargers and power management systems for military and other specialist applications, has won an important new contract from the Japanese Sojitz Aerospace Corporation.

 

Under the terms of the contract, Lincad will be supplying batteries for the HALO (Hostile Artillery Locator) used by the Japanese Ministry of Defence.

 

HALO […]