tronics will also display its compact credit card sized batteries and the Inspired Energy battery range of standard smart batteries, chargers and accessories. Additionally, visitors to the stand will see the Accupro specialist custom batteries and chargers that the company has developed for some of the world’s leading device OEM’s. The Entellion off-the-shelf range of battery products will be displayed as well.
Intelligent Power Vault is a unique multi-battery power source ideal for powering medical and industrial devices when high energy density, reliability and functionality are critical requirements. The innovative modular design provides flexibility and scalability, permitting transportation without the costs associated with large Lithium Ion batteries. The IPV provides a wealth of vital battery data to its host equipment from USB and serial interfaces, ensuring information about remaining runtime is reported accurately and efficiently.
Accutronics’ credit card sized batteries, come with an active electronic protection system that makes them resistant to over-charging, over-discharging and short-circuit. Meeting internationally recognised standards for safety and transportation. Accutronics CC2300 and CC3800 credit card batteries allow device designers to integrate a smart Lithium Ion battery into new handheld portable products with minimal effort and cost. Each model has been designed to provide a high level of functionality and safety, reducing time to market while eliminating tooling and qualification costs.
Michele Windsor, direct sales and marketing manager at Accutronics, said: “Embedded World 2013 is the ideal platform for Accutronics to demonstrate its strength and expertise in the embedded systems market, from life saving medical applications to military equipment.
“The Intelligent Power Vault, VR420 and credit card batteries are examples of products that Accutronics have available as standard solutions. Both the IPV and the credit card sized batteries are exempt from Dangerous Goods shipping regulations, minimising the cost and complexity of shipping. This reduces the time and cost associated with development and regulatory testing meaning customers get their devices to market faster.”