The Bladon Micro Turbine is a 12 kW micro turbine generator (MTG) that is suitable for replacing conventional diesel generator sets.
The ICT IntelliCharge Series is a high-efficiency, power factor corrected DC power supply and battery charger that allows the battery charge to be regulated independently from the DC outputs.
The SRHi Series DC UPS is designed to provide DC power to lead-acid batteries for critical back-up applications.
The Helios Mars III Series High Performance Redundancy Online UPS range has a rack/tower convertible design.
Designed for the telecommunications market, the 19″ rack mount EFOY Pro 12000 Duo is a 24 V/48 V DC 500 W direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) that provides 100% reliable off-grid and backup power.
The Technology Dynamics CP-RK-BBU Series DC-UPS power supply systems are designed to provide clean, uninterrupted power to critical DC loads in the event of AC (utility) power loss.
MPS Ultra is a line of 2RU preconfigured, hot-swappable DC power systems for wireless base station applications.
Redflow batteries will be used to power an Optus mobile tower in the Daintree rainforest.
EnergyHub from PowerBox Australia is a complete lithium-ion power solution featuring a -48 VDC modular, scalable DC rectifier system with integrated hot-swappable battery modules.
The Sentry Lithium range available at RFI is a premium range of batteries consisting of the highest quality lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) composition.
Radio system designers are adopting intelligent DC power infrastructure to improve the reliability of their networks and simplify maintenance requirements.
The CRS Accessories CRS-UMBC6 compact 6-bay universal charger has been designed with interchangeable charging pockets and is available for a limited range of brands/models of two-way radios.
Fluke 500 Series Battery Analysers simplify the testing of mission-critical battery backup systems, with automated string function tests for a broad range of battery functions in less time.
A dead battery in a handheld radio could lead to real deaths, so it is vital that battery technology continues to improve as demands on radios increase. A new study suggests nanotechnology could be the key.
Zinc-air batteries promise better safety and lower cost than conventional lithium-ion batteries.