COMMACK, N.Y., July 22, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Bren-Tronics, Inc. (https://www.bren-tronics.com/) recently delivered the first 2-B (highest capacity) fully MIL-PRF-32565B Compliant 6T battery to the U.S. Army's Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Ground Vehicle System Center (GVSC). The Bren-Tronics compliant batteries, both 2-A and 2-B (capacity options), are the result of years of development and lessons learned from our existing line of 24 Volt 6T Power and Energy batteries, first introduced in 2015.
The Bren-Tronics MIL-PRF 32565B Compliant 6T battery is designed to meet the power demands required by ever-expanding electronics packages incorporated into existing and future tactical vehicle fleets, as well as hybrid power solutions, including the USMC MEHPS power system. A single Bren-Tronics 6T will replace at least two of the 12V lead acid batteries used today, cutting weight and volume in half. Applications for the Lithium-Ion 6T power solution include robotics, unmanned vehicles, silent watch, communication systems, weapon systems, active protection systems, auxiliary power systems, and hybrid power systems.
"Military power demands have continually increased, making the volume and weight of traditional batteries incompatible with overall platform requirements," said Doug Petito, Senior Vice President, Bren-Tronics. "This new, light weight, high power, zero maintenance, Li-Ion battery is designed to revolutionize the way power is delivered to the military. Designed to drop into 'legacy' lead acid systems or be integrated into next generation vehicles and platforms, this technology will meet power requirements for years to come."
About Bren-Tronics, Inc.
Bren-Tronics (Commack, NY) is a small business that has been designing and manufacturing portable power solutions for the war fighter since 1973. Bren-Tronics is the world leader in the design and production of military rechargeable batteries, chargers, and power systems.
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