As global defence modernises and demand for future growth within the military sector increases, it is vital that we continue to evolve to keep up with this demand. That is why, over the past few months, we have been investing in upgrading our manufacturing and engineering facilities and head office building. These improvements are all […]
The LIPS 16 is the next step in modernising our LIPS range. Lincad’s current range of LIPS batteries are the result of continued improvements in specific energy through the integration of new cell technology and enhanced mechanical and electronic design. The Lincad R&D team continue to evolve our LIPS (lithium-ion power system) battery range and […]
Today, the Lincad team are joining the defence procurement sector at DPRTE Engage 2020 live. DPRTE is the short for Defence Procurement, Research, Technology & Exportability show.
We will be promoting our range of military batteries, chargers and power management systems in the online networking zones and knowledge transfer zones. The event will give us a […]
Lincad has doubled the capacity at its HQ and production facilities based at Ash Vale in Surrey, UK. The move comes as part of a significant investment programme carried out over the past twelve months and is designed to prepare the manufacturer of bespoke batteries and charging systems for successful and sustained long-term growth.
Lincad is pleased to announce a brand-new working partnership with Secure Retail, a global provider of payment solutions, hardware and software.
From early Summer 2020, Lincad will supply 20-channel dedicated chargers for the bespoke lithium-ion batteries that power Secure Retail’s industry-leading PAX A920 mobile payment terminals.
The PAX A920 mobile payment terminals supplied by Secure Retail are […]
Find out more about Lincad's plans regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the preparations we are currently taking across our business.
Lincad has won a significant new contract from Team Leidos to supply a range of cells and batteries for ultimate use by British armed forces.
Lincad has won a significant new contract from the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) for the repair of the L118 Light Gun Battery Power Management System (BPMS).
At the forefront of lithium-ion technology, Lincad has been developing bespoke batteries and charging systems for over 30 years and continues to invest significantly in the expansion of its capabilities at the company’s site in Ash Vale, Surrey. Recent projects have included a new production facility, a new repair section, automating its PCB production process […]