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Lincad to attend the Military Power Systems conference

Lincad, a leading UK manufacturer of batteries, chargers and power management systems for military and industrial applications, will be attending the Military Power Systems conference being held from 30th October to 1st November at the London Marriott Hotel, Regents Park.

 

Soldiers in the field increasingly require high-endurance, high-density electrical power in order to ensure the effectiveness […]

Lincad receives Bronze Award in the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme

Lincad, a leading UK manufacturer of batteries, chargers and power management systems for military and industrial applications, has been given a Bronze Award in the Employer Recognition Scheme run by the Armed Forces Covenant. A long-standing signatory to the Covenant, Lincad has pledged to support members of the armed forces and is open to employing […]

Lincad attending the Battery Technology Show

Lincad, the UK developer of batteries, chargers and power management systems for military and industrial applications, is attending the Battery Technology Show being held on 23rd and 24th October at ExCel London.

The UK’s largest and most progressive exhibition for battery technology, including electric & hybrid vehicle innovation, this event will bring together senior executives from […]

Lincad sponsors youth football in Cove

Lincad, the Ash Vale-based battery manufacturer, is delighted to be sponsoring two of Cove FC’s youth teams – the U11 Pumas and the U11 Jaguars. Both teams are playing as part of the North East Hampshire Youth League, sanctioned by Hampshire FA and supporting youth football teams from clubs in Hampshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Surrey.

 

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Lincad tests the water at Southampton Boat Show

With a view to expanding the range of applications for its bespoke batteries, chargers and power management systems, Lincad recently attended the Southampton Boat Show.

 

Getting ready to celebrate its Golden Anniversary next year, this event is the largest show of its kind in the UK and has been the launchpad for many of the world’s […]

Lincad’s Research & Quality Manager, Gavin Durham, talks about Battery Chemistry

Lincad is always open to new developments in cell technology. Our current focus is on high energy density, high power, lightweight batteries and sodium- ion can’t compete with lithium-ion at all in that area. But as we diversify across a range of sectors, in the future we may well incorporate sodium-ion cells into our battery […]

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

Q. Gavin, I understand there have been a number of changes regarding the transport of batteries by air. Can you start by expanding on that?

A. Yes, basically there has been a strict tightening of the regulations for air transport, especially for lithium batteries, over recent years. Until just a few years ago, you could transport […]

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 […]