MaxPower has developed an 8kW primary lithium battery for high power sonobuoy applications. The Vanadium Pentoxide system is well suited for replacing thionyl chloride and sulfur dioxide batteries traditionally used in high power primary systems such as those found in the SSQ125 sonobuoy. Though presently produced in a 5/4 C sized cell format, this technology is easily adapted to flat plate active cells as well as reserve systems. Full battery testing has demonstrated a power density of 4084 W/l and specific power of 2711 W/kg at discharge rates up to 45°C. MaxPower Incorporated is a battery research and development company with focus in rapid prototyping and low volume production. We are seeking applications in need of mature, scalable, high power density power solutions.
Maxpower has developed a primary lithium battery for sonobuoy and UAV applications. MaxPower Incorporated is a battery research and development company with a focus on rapid prototyping and low volume production. The Lithium/Carbon Monofluoride system under development is well suited for replacing batteries used in high energy primary systems such as those found in the SSQ 101 sonobuoy and small UAVs. Testing has demonstrated a specific energy of 360 Wh/kg and energy density of 591 Wh/L at discharge rates up to 1/4C. Batteries have an operating range of -40 to 35�C and storage up to three months at 70�C shows less than 5% capacity loss. It is the goal of MaxPower to transition this technology to sonobuoy and UAV prime contractors by FY 2017.
MaxPower has developed a reserve lithium/vanadium oxide battery for long-range missile applications. MaxPower Incorporated is a special purpose battery development company with a focus on rapid prototyping and low volume production. This battery technology is well suited to extended range missile platforms where projected future electrical requirements cannot be met by thermal batteries. The high energy density and long run time capability of this system provides an advantage over currently fielded options. Prototype testing has shown the ability of the battery technology to meet the power and run time requirements with a projected energy density exceeding 200 W·s/g. MaxPower is seeking to transition this technology to applicable missile platforms, with a focus on the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW).