Agreement to develop lithium polymer subsea battery packs

Thursday, 02 October, 2008

Tritech, a leader in the provision of sensors and tools for ROV and AUV markets, has announced a partnership agreement with Xipower, a developer of energy management and monitoring technologies.

The focus of the partnership will be to develop a range of lithium polymer subsea battery packs for a wide range of applications including very deep water power supplies.

The battery power needs of the subsea industry are both complex and challenging. This collaborative technology will be able to address these needs by offering a technology that is lighter, more compact, more powerful and more efficient than conventional means.

The combined strengths of the partners will result in the international distribution and support of a wide range of deep sea lithium polymer batteries for several subsea markets.


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