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- Mar 16, 2020

This Smart Solar Controller For Vehicle Batteries Could Save The US Army Millions

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

226591_web-1The US military has a vast fleet of tactical wheeled vehicles that are driven less than 3,000 miles per year. Small solar could save their batteries from dying, but needed a special controller.

With the proper research and development of batteries, companies could save millions. Not only does the advancement of cells help industries, but it is also essential to understand the proper usage. The charge and discharge of a battery along with the appropriate use, could equal to years and years of use. Associated Environmental Systems provides battery researchers with the most advanced battery testing equipment along with reliable environmental testing chambers.

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