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Lincad Ltd Stand: 74

The LIPS 16 is a 24V, 80Ah lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery with RS232 serial communications and a press-to-test capacity display. Representing the latest in Li-ion battery technology and design, it has a similar form, fit and function to the LIPS 8 but with improved diagnostic capabilities and configurable operating parameters. Reserve capacity ensures that the LIPS 16 can be stored in a low state of charge for extended periods. It also features a self-discharge mode for long-term storage and transport.

The LIPS 16 is one of Lincad’s flagship products. Designed to provide high power and high capacity with easy manoeuvrability, it offers performance characteristics suitable for a range of military and other applications that require military grade performance.


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