Plug and go - You´ve got the power!
Power solutions for refrigerated vehicles
2 kWh Li-Ion
Power, without the emissions, without the noise and without the hassle.
Changing the way, you think about power availability
Power Refrigerator unit when parked
The right product for the right job
Hydraulic service in the field without any problems
Hansa-Flex in Belgium carries out hydraulic service at the customer’s site. They have a fully equipped service van including an LPS from Clayton Power with access to 230V and 12V. “With the LPS I can work the whole day without any problems”, says Christian Malais from Hansa-Flex.
230V in the vehicle is a huge advantage
For Emil Karlsson it is important to have power supply all the time. The LPS performs extremely well and covers his consumption, he is happy that it is fitted permanently in the vehicle, so he does not have to take it out in the evening for extra charging.
All the power you need for a day’s work without a petrol-powered generator
“The LPS battery from Clayton Power solution is very reliable. The battery system works and it charges when we go from A to B.” Verdo utility company has an LPS in several of their vehicles instead of a petrol-powered generator.
Auxiliary power in service vans made easy with an LPS 2500W
”An LPS power supply is a relatively inexpensive solution” Says Lars of ” FJ Maskiner”. Of course, you need to compare it to the effort and cost of traditional power solutions comprising lead batteries, a 220V inverter, a DC-DC charger and block relay.
TV inspection vehicle with 220V all-in-one battery system generating power for the whole day
Increasing amounts of rainwater are creating more work in the cities, so the vehicles must be smaller while also covering more functions. A compact and reliable power supply is therefore essential for a productive working day.
LPS power system operational after a short 5 – 10 minutes’ drive
A 5-10 minutes’ drive provides enough power for the LPS 2500W of SOS Dansk Autohjælp to operate the entire equipment as if it had been charging all night, says technician Kristian Bonderup who operates a service van.