Power conditioner approved

11 May, 2007

The MooreHawke Trunksafe TS Series power conditioner has been approved by the Fieldbus Foundation; it is now a registered product and listed on the Fieldbus Foundation website (www.fieldbus.org).

Growth predicted for micro fuel cells

08 May, 2007

Micro fuel cells have just entered the consumer electronic products market and are likely to see large growth rates in the next five years, according to a new report ‘Micro Fuel Cells for Handheld Consumer Electronic Products – A Global Industry and Market Analysis’.

Converter family

09 March, 2007 | Supplied by: Powerbox Australia Pty Ltd

The MegaPAC family of products offers eight different versions to meet almost any set of input and output requirements.

Flexible power source

09 March, 2007 | Supplied by: Test & Measurement Australia

EMC Partner has launched the PS3, a fully flexible programmable power source tailored to the needs of test laboratories.

Intelligent multi-chemistry battery charger

09 March, 2007 | Supplied by: Master Instruments Pty Ltd

The Ionix 'turtle' battery charger is manufactured by Siomar, an Australian company with many years' experience in the design of batteries. The product is exported to over 17 countries.

Customisable battery charges for mobile emergency services

08 January, 2007

Amtex Electronics has developed a customisable battery charger that maintains voltage levels in emergency service and rapid response vehicles.

Hybrid electric vehicle made possible

04 December, 2006 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

The electric car has been a dream in the pipelines since the early 19th century but has always seemed out of reach because of battery life, cost and weight. Now a hybrid electric vehicle has been made possible with the development of a long-life battery

Fuel cells bulletin

17 November, 2006

Fuel cells are growing rapidly in popularity and the abundance and diversity of research means it can be difficult to stay in touch with new developments.

Battery life extension

11 September, 2006

A method of improving battery power and extending its charge holding capacity has been developed by chemists in Britain.

Battery for high-temperature environments

06 September, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.cyb.com.au/

GS Yuasa has released a standby power battery that has been specifically designed to survive in high temperature applications.

AC-DC power supplies

04 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.amtex.com.au/

Artesyn has introduced a series of compact 250 W AC-DC power supplies that are suitable front-end conversions for systems with distributed power architectures.

Telecomms power supply

04 July, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.setec.com.au/

The TSU-350H-1 is a 350 W power supply that has been developed for a range of telecommunications and ITE equipment. It can operate as a standalone unit or be mounted within end-user equipment. Powered by universal AC mains, the supply provides a nominal 13.8 VDC at up to 25 A for powering equipment and charging batteries. Features include protection against short-circuit, overload, input overvoltage protection, output overvoltage protection and overtemperature, to guard against any faults that could harm equipment that is connected to the unit.

Premier Batteries - 20 years on

05 May, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.premierbatteries.com.au

Premier Batteries commenced business in 1986 in a small factory unit at Chipping Norton. Today they have grown, changed direction, moved to larger premises and evolved to be the largest local manufacturer of two-way radio batteries in Australia

Power system

01 May, 2006 | Supplied by: Eaton Electrical (Australia) Pty Ltd

Eaton has introduced the Powerware DC power system range for converging networks.

Harnessing viruses to build super batteries

07 April, 2006

MIT scientists have harnessed the construction talents of tiny viruses to build ultra-small ‘nanowire’ structures for use in very thin lithium-ion batteries.

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