OEM manufacturers large and small have trusted Fedco to manufacture and supply them with batteries for their portable power needs. This is a gallery of some of the projects Fedco has worked on.
A portable lift company wanted a 2nd source for his 24.0V high-current Ni-Cd battery. We improved the design by welding heavy nickel strip with our 25kHz welders for cell connections which eliminated cell damage done by direct soldering. We also added a pull strap and 50 Amp connector.
A defense contractor needed a lithium primary battery pack that met a number of Mil standards as well as requiring just in time delivery. We were able comply with all of their needs
This is a replacement battery for an electric utility recloser battery that we made using Cyclon® 2.0 Volt pure lead cells to improve extreme hot weather performance.
A contractor for a foreign coast guard was referred to us to supply an obsolete 15Volt lithium primary battery for a helicopter. We found a case from a different battery that fit their application.
This battery solved a temperature related problem for a down hole monitoring manufacturer who needed 15V. We designed this 10 cell lithium SO2 primary assembly to fit inside a pipe that gave them 14.5Volts at 9.2Amps. It gave them outstanding performance.
An instrument manufacturer had an assembly designed to house a power source. We jointly developed a primary battery using three lithium "C" cells with protection circuits that could be slipped into his housing.
We originally designed this red plastic housing for a Ni-Cd battery to power a remote control. A new customer approached us and needed a quick solution for a lithium-ion battery. It turned out that by adding the DC Jack we we able to get him a solution in less than 4 weeks.
We jointly worked with a customer to design a housing to fit his device that had two 18650 Li-ion cells in one half of the housing and the PCM circuit it the other.
A 3S2P (11.1V 4.5AHr) Li-ion battery needed to be protected in a metal housing, so we went to a local metal fabricator and had this fairly complicated piece formed.
A defense contractor needed a flat lithium-ion assembly with an isolated 10K thermistor temperature sensor. We used lithium polymer cells and a 4-pin connector for this application.
This is a 3.6V lithium assembly used as back-up for a robot. To reduce the time to market, we designed this with a multi-pin connector so that each cell is independent, thus eliminating the need for the time consuming UN38.3 compliance testing.
A medical equipment manufacturer needed an easily removable power source for a hand-held monitoring device. We were able to fit a prismatic lithium-ion battery with connector into the handle.