Top Tips to Help Optimise Your Armoured Land Vehicle Batteries

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When it comes to military vehicles, having access to reliable battery power is paramount not only to the success of the mission but also for the safety of the crew. If the onboard battery systems runs low on charge, the mission may be jeopardised with the vehciles needing to return to its base. Even worse, the team might have insufficient power to activate weapons and defence systems or start the enging to escape an imminent threat, which could put lives at risk. 

The rapid growth in the number of electrically poweered systems within modern military vehicles contributes to the rising demand for battery power, increasing the risk of disruption. Fortunately, the issue is easy to address by leveraging advanced battery management and monitoring strategies.

Here, Thomas Spinks, Land Product Manager, and Bert Schenk, Sales Director Defence Land-Systems from EnerSys, share seven tips to help you enhance batery life, and improve the safety and efficiency of operation.