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Ultralife Batteries UBI-2590 & MRC-119
Ilse Jurriƫn : August 20th 2006 - 18:01 CET
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Ultralife batteriesUltralife Batteries UBI-2590 & MRC-119 : Ultralife Batteries Inc. has been awarded contracts valued at approximately 1.3 million US dollars for UBI-2590 lithium ion rechargeable batteries and MRC-119 battery chargers from an undisclosed foreign military. The batteries and chargers will be used to power tactical military radio transceivers. Deliveries are expected to begin in August 2006 and will be completed during the 3rd quarter. "This order, combined with other recent international wins, demonstrates the success of our strategy to diversify our military business through continued expansion into military markets worldwide," said John D. Kavazanjian, Ultralife Batteries president and chief executive officer.
Ultralife Batteries UBI-2590 & MRC-119UBI-2590 lithium ion battery
"Of equal importance, the bid, a collaborative effort with McDowell Research, illustrates the potential for expanding our growth opportunities by combining complementary product offerings now that McDowell is a part of Ultralife." Ultralife's advanced UBI-2590 lithium ion rechargeable battery has two independent 15-volt sections, each with protection electronics and state-of-charge displays, enabling users to operate the battery in either 15-volt or 30-volt modes. Designed to power the most demanding military devices, UBI-2590 usage has been spread over many additional markets including law enforcement, homeland security, scientific research, medical, surveillance and mining. Applications include military radios and communication devices, robotics, power grid surveillance sensors, remote data collection devices, video detection systems and remote scientific monitoring devices.

Ultralife MRC-119 MRC battery charger
The MRC-119 battery charger, manufactured by Ultralife's operating unit, McDowell Research, is a self-contained charger, which provides a reliable, consistent recharge of two batteries simultaneously. The charger auto senses the battery type to assure the proper charging profile is used. The MRC-119 comes complete with the MRC-139 AC/DC power supply, allowing the system to be both powered in the field from vehicles and generators and in base locations. A wide range of AC and DC input voltages allows for operation from nearly any power source likely to be encountered worldwide.

About Ultralife Batteries
Ultralife is a global provider of high-energy power systems for diverse applications. The company develops, manufactures and markets a wide range of non-rechargeable and rechargeable batteries, charging systems and accessories for use in military, industrial and consumer portable electronic products. Through its portfolio of standard products and engineered solutions, Ultralife is at the forefront of providing the next generation of power systems. Industrial, retail and government customers include General Dynamics, Philips Medical Systems, General Motors, Energizer, Kidde Safety, Lowe's, Radio Shack and the national defense agencies of the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, among others. Ultralife's headquarters, principal manufacturing and research facilities are in Newark, New York, near Rochester. Ultralife's three other operating units are: Ultralife Batteries (UK) Ltd., in Abingdon, England; McDowell Research in Waco, Texas; and ABLE New Energy in Shenzhen, China.

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