Lincad, UK designer and manufacturer of batteries and charging systems, is seeing increased demand from the Asia-Pacific defence sector for its Battery Power Management Systems (BPMS) Mk2 for military applications and deployment. Lincad is supplying into the Asia-Pacific market through Leonardo.
Lincad’s BPMS Mk2 is a 120Ah lithium-ion battery system that contains the battery charge management and power routing electronics required for self-contained UPS functionality.
The BPMS Mk2 has been designed to support a 24V DC power supply. It can also act as a stand-alone 24V DC power source, offering maximum versatility in demanding military environments. The system can be carried by soldiers, weighing just 25kg, and can be mounted to a mobile or static platform once in situ.
The BPMS Mk2 has been designed to upgrade and replace Lincad’s original BPMS. The BPMS has been in continuous use with military forces around the world for more than 12 years. As well as including the very latest in battery and charger technology and design, additional features on the Mk2 version include the functionality to update operating software via PC, laptop or mobile app as required. It also has the ability to store periodic data for diagnostic and maintenance purposes.
Peter Slade, Joint Managing Director of Lincad, says of the new business:
“We are delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with Leonardo to supply the Asian market with our battery power management systems. This partnership further strengthens Lincad’s Asia-Pacific footprint.”
Lincad is at the forefront of lithium-ion battery technology, taking product performance to new limits and producing lighter, more energetic and powerful batteries than ever before. Alongside its range of bespoke batteries, Lincad’s range of custom chargers offer fast, flexible charging solutions for military and other sectors around the world.
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