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Charged by Delta-Q Feature: Flux Power

The “Charged by Delta-Q” program was created to build a community for OEMs, battery and BMS manufacturers and facilitate innovation and collaboration among the electric battery, charging and equipment sectors. Partnering with industry-leading battery and battery management systems (BMS) companies will help OEMs reduce the technical risk and time spent researching and testing batteries and chargers to find compatible electric power systems. All battery companies that are part of this program have had their optimized products iteratively tested and validated with Delta-Q chargers.

We are excited to have Flux Power be a part of the launch of our program and bring optimized and compatible solutions to the marketplace alongside Delta-Q. To help our customers and audience learn more about Flux Power and their participation in the Charged by Delta-Q program, we interviewed Justin Forbes, Director of Business Development. 
 
What makes Flux Power stand apart as a battery manufacturer?
 
Justin Forbes: Flux Power delivers high-quality, UL Listed battery packs designed for customers with large material handling equipment fleets, backed up by excellent product support and over 9000+ battery packs in the field.
 
What industries does Flux Power cater to?
 
Justin Forbes: Flux Power’s current business is comprised of three segments: material handling equipment, airport GSE, and stationary energy storage. However, Flux Power has worked with several OEMs in applications such as: floor care, aerial lift platforms, warehouse robotics, agriculture equipment, robotic vehicles, and other energy storage solutions for industrial and commercial equipment.
 
Why did Flux Power join the Charged by Delta-Q program, and what excites them the most about the program?
 
Justin Forbes: The most exciting thing about the program is Flux Power getting the opportunity to work with Delta-Q Technologies on battery and charger solutions for OEMs in new markets!
 
What products are Flux Power featuring as part of the Charged by Delta-Q program?
 
Justin Forbes: Flux Power’s S8 and S24 battery packs (24V, 72-180Ah) and the M24 (24V, 420Ah) are part of the Charged by Delta-Q program. Additionally, there are other batteries of varying voltages and capacities in development.
 
What are the key benefits OEMs will get by working with Flux Power and the Charged by Delta-Q program?
 
Justin Forbes: The key benefit for an OEM working with Flux Power and the program is knowing that the battery pack and charger are compatible and optimized for their application.
 
What market trends are Flux Power most excited about and what is the company doing to help OEMs?
 
Justin Forbes: Flux Power is thrilled about the increasing popularity of telematics, which allows equipment operators and management to visualize and understand battery performance data.
 
What is the most interesting project that Flux Power has worked on recently?
 
Justin Forbes: Working with Beam Global led to a partnership where Flux Power is now the exclusive lithium-ion battery pack supplier for their mobile, solar-powered EV charger. We also have several dynamic projects that Flux Power is working on, which are covered by non-disclosure agreements.

About Flux Power

Flux Power designs, develops, manufactures, and sells advanced rechargeable lithium-ion energy storage solutions for lift trucks and other industrial equipment including airport ground support equipment (GSE), energy storage for solar applications, and industrial robotic applications. Flux Power’s LiFT Packs, including the proprietary battery management system (BMS), provide customers with a better performing, more environmentally friendly, and lower total cost alternative, in many instances, to traditional lead acid and propane-based solutions. To learn more about Flux Power, visit www.fluxpower.com

About Delta-Q Technologies

Delta-Q Technologies is charging the future and driving the world’s transition into electric energy! We collaboratively design, test, and manufacture robust battery chargers, that improve the performance of our customer’s electric drive vehicles and industrial machines. As the supplier of choice for Tier 1 OEMs, we use our values, perseverance, and engineering expertise to guide our customers through the electrification process for a sustainable world.

We are part of the Zapi Group of companies and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. Delta-Q’s team and distribution spans across five continents to service industries such as electric golf cars, lift trucks, aerial work platforms, e-mobility, floor care machines, utility/recreational vehicles, and new markets, like outdoor power equipment.

Written By:

Simran Sharma

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