Store, Monitor, Switch the Three Pillars of Battery Power Management in Armoured Vehicles

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Reliable availability of battery power in an armoured land vehicle is essential to its mission success and to the safety of its crew. Both are threatened by a combination of growing power demand from onboard systems, inaccurate information on remaining power reserves, and inefficient management of that power. In this technical guide, based on an interview with Thomas Spinks, Land Product Manager, and Bert Schenk, Sales Director Land-Systems from EnerSys, we highlight the problems and explain how they can be solved. The answer lies in proven power management and tehcnology with optimised storage, monitoring and switching. 

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