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Rugged, Lightweight Portable Power System Provides Reliable Power for Remote Field Applications

Powerful Lithium-Ion Battery Technology Provides Safe, Reliable Energy for Military, Law Enforcement, Emergency, and Fire/Rescue Field Operations

HOUSTON, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A rugged, lightweight, 12V/100Ah portable power system, by power systems innovator Southwest Electronic Energy Group (SWE), is breaking new ground in higher capacity and  compact-convenient energy for wherever standard power sources are unavailable.   POW-R Tote®, originally employed by law enforcement for quiet electrical energy during long stakeouts, is now available to everyone from police agencies to first responders to military, fire/rescue operations and many more field applications.   About the size of a lunchbox, and weighing only 23lbs, the eco-friendly and reliable POW-R Tote uses safe, powerful Lithium-Ion battery technology to deliver 2X longer run time and 2X more power at ½ the weight when compared to a typical 12V lead acid  battery commonly used in similar applications.  

POW-R TOTE portable rechargeable lithium-ion power system to use anywhere, anytime. High Capacity: 100Ah; Versatile: 12V vehicle plug, Anderson SB50 Powerclaw & custom connectors configured-to-order.  Lightweight: Only 23lbs; Compact: Size of a lunchbox, 11.8" x 9.8" x 7.7"; Heavy duty: water tight storm case; Eco-friendly. High capacity and compact-convenient energy for military, law enforcement, fire/rescue field operations is now available to everyone. (PRNewsFoto/Southwest Electronic Energy Group)

Housed in a Heavy Duty Storm Case and Equipped with Low and High Power Connectors

POW-R Tote® is housed in a virtually indestructible, heavy-duty, watertight storm case to handle harsh environments.   Two power connectors come standard:   An automobile 12v auxiliary outlet (car plug) powers and recharges cells phones, notebook computers, tablets and other low power devices.  An Anderson SB50 Powerclaw® connector is also provided for higher power gear like surveillance, drugs test kits and power tools.   SWE will configure-to-order other connectors and energy capacities to meet customers unique needs.  Recharging POW-R Tote is easy with an external 115V/240V AC adapter that plugs into any outlet.   

POW-R Tote® Specifications

Voltage

16.8V max

14.8V nom

12.0V min

Capacity

100Ah

1.5 KWh

Max Continuous Current

40A

Power

600W

Weight

23lbs

Dimensions

11.8"x9.8"x7.7"

Operating Temperatures

Charge:  0ºC to 45ºC

Discharge/Storage:  -20ºC to 50ºC

Gauge

Voltmeter

Intelligent Battery Management System

Integrated

Charger

115/230V AC Adapter

The Benefits of POW-R Tote® Lithium-Ion Battery Power

Lithium-Ion is the fastest growing type of battery because it's an awesome source of energy.   POW-R Tote Lithium-Ion delivers 4X energy per pound compared to a standard car battery.   Reliable, safe and clean with very low maintenance, Lithium-Ion is used in a broad spectrum of applications including power tools, satellites, pacemakers, automobiles, personal care products, cell phones, cameras and notebook computers.  

Three Year Limited Warranty

Priced at $2,499, POW-R Tote® is backed by SWE's 3 year limited warranty.  Orders can be placed directly with SWE by calling 800-231-3612.  Availability is 10 weeks after receipt of order.

About SWE
Since 1964 SWE has been a leader in battery solutions for the Oil & Gas industry and many other commercial and industrial customers.  This includes 20 years as a pioneer in ruggedized Lithium battery products and 13 years of Lithium-Ion battery products.  We hold over 10 patents in Lithium-Ion battery technology with more pending.   The SWE corporate campus is headquartered near Houston, Texas with over 55,000 square feet of state of the art R&D and ISO 9001-2008 certified manufacturing.  At SWE, our focus is on quality, customer service and reliability in every facet of our business.       

More information can be found at http://www.swe.com

Please refer all reader inquiries to: 

Southwest Electronic Energy Group (SWE)    


823 Buffalo Run


Missouri City, TX  77489


1.800.231.3612

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