The companies will showcase their latest innovative energy-storage solutions for EVs and LSEVs. With a 50-year track record of innovation, the companies have become the preferred supplier for forward-thinking OEMs in the EV Industry.
HORSHAM, Pa., Sept. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- C&D Technologies and Trojan Battery Company will showcase their leading-edge EV products at booth 904 at The Battery Show 2022 in Novi, Michigan, from Sept. 13 – 15.
Together, these brands bring over 100 years of battery-manufacturing experience backed by global manufacturing and distribution footprints. Indeed, Trojan Battery is recognized as the world's preeminent golf and personal transportation vehicle (PTV) battery manufacturer.
"Many leading OEMs rely on our high-performing lithium-ion, AGM, gel, and flooded lead-acid batteries. Both emerging EV manufacturers and well-established golf-car OEMs use our products to build their reputations for durable, reliable vehicles," says Chief Marketing Officer Frederik Klaarenbeek. "Our brands have lead innovation in battery technology for a century, backed by our multidisciplinary OEM team and worldwide distributor network to deliver quick, responsive customer service."
The brands will showcase the following advanced products:
DCS 12-Volt AGM Auxiliary Batteries with AES Technology
Maintenance-free in most applications and available in 18 - 102 Ah @ 20-hour rate ampere-hour, the batteries are appropriate for small EVs and class 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 trucks and buses. Used by major OEMs, they:
- Deliver up to 5,000 cycles at 30% depth of discharge
- Feature AES technology for PSoC and reduce concerns about undercharging and sulfation
- Perform well at lower temperatures and low-temperature pulse power
- Are easy to maintain with a universal footprint and terminals for simple replacement
12-Volt AES Charging Station Battery for Supplemental or Emergency Energy
These space-efficient batteries deliver energy when the grid goes down and in other situations. Precision engineered for long, reliable service, they offer:
- AES technology for long life and PSoC
- Over 2,000 cycles at 50% depth of discharge
- Extended service life in elevated temperature applications
Trojan's Recently Released GC2 48V Lithium-Ion Battery for PTVs, UTVs, and EVs
Built to preempt damage, improve safety, and prolong its lifespan, the battery outperforms in:
- Range. Takes you farther on a single charge.*
- Safety. Features lithium-iron-phosphate cells, four levels of safety redundancy, and a battery pack certified to UL standards.
- Durability. Meets SAE J3060 vibration standards and an ingress progress rating of IP67.
- Carries an eight-year limited warranty: A six-year replacement period plus two-year prorated credit period.
In addition, we will soon offer 24-volt and 36-volt lithium-ion batteries.
The companies will also showcase their legendary flooded lead-acid battery, a mainstay in the golf car industry for decades.
For more information about our products, please visit us at Booth 904 or info.cdtrojan.com/oem
*Based on a published range of lithium-ion golf car batteries, the Trojan GC2 48V Lithium-Ion Battery with a three-battery configuration delivers a proven range of 45-60 miles on a single charge. That's up to 15% farther than other batteries in its class and 2-3x farther than traditional battery technology. (Actual driving range will vary depending on factors including, but not limited to, load, terrain, temperature, and equipment.)
About C&D Technologies and Trojan Battery Company
These two brands work hand-in-hand to design and manufacture stationary and motive batteries. C&D Technologies builds stationary batteries used primarily for standby power applications in the telecom, utilities, cable, broadband, government, UPS, renewable energy, and other mission-critical sectors. Motive products, manufactured under the iconic Trojan brand, power golf cars, PTVs, EVs, RVs, and boats as well as aerial lifts and floor-cleaning equipment. Based in Horsham, Pennsylvania, and Santa Fe Springs, California, the companies operate manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico, and China, two advanced research and development facilities in the United States, and offices in Europe and Asia.
Betty Sosnin, CD Technologies, 706-399-5470, [email protected]
SOURCE CD Technologies