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Jan 19, 2012
German industries and American military are using vehicles with a 230 (220) volt power supply without mains connection. The G3 Sine Wave Inverter from the Danish mobile energy company Clayton Power makes it possible.

Dec 08, 2011
The new 12 and 24 volt lithium ion battery packs from Clayton Power, with ranges from 100Ah to 400Ah, come with an integrated Battery Management System which makes them advanced enough to handle shorts without causing any danger or suffering damage.

Nov 03, 2011
Connected to the mains, the Inverter/Charger charges batteries automatically, and when disconnected, it converts 12 or 24 DC (Dirrect Current) voltage from the batteries to 230VAC (Alternating Current), ready for use.

Oct 03, 2011
Since lithium ion batteries first appeared in the 1990s, continual improvements have made the technology most popular on several accounts. Clayton Power has launched a new series of 12V and 24V lithium ion batteries, from 100Ah and up to 400Ah.

Sep 08, 2011
The German producer of special-purpose vehicles GSF Sonderfahrzeugbau has chosen a lithium ion battery based power solution from Clayton Power for their vehicles.

Aug 29, 2011
BAG, The German Federal Office for Goods and Transport conducts many control tasks around the country and has been wanting a stabile, long-lasting power supply for vehicles staying on the road throughout the day. Now they have it.

Aug 22, 2011
Lithium battery technology is recommended by Kay-Uwe Holzapfel, Holzapfel - Sonderfahrzeuge & Fahrzeugeinrichtungen, an innovative bodybuilder company in Germany, which develops vehicles for ambulance and fire brigade services.

Aug 16, 2011
The Rescue Service Cooperation of Schleswig-Holstein in Germany, has chosen a complete lithium ion battery based power solution from Clayton Power for their ambulances and has only praise for its functionality.

Aug 15, 2011
Lithium ion battery based power supply systems from Clayton Power have been implemented in German rescue vehicles with great success.

Aug 11, 2011
A lithium ion battery based power supply solution from Clayton Power has gained IBAK inspection vehicles an extra 200 kg for additional load, and IBAK may now equip their vehicles better while keeping down the total load.

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