Aved Electronics' New Custom Battery Packs Satisfy Robotics OEM Requirements

Aved Custom Battery Packs feature the battery chemistry and cell selection optimized with respect to voltage, cycles, pulse rates, capacity, charging, and packaging requirements. They are designed and built to meet specific robotics environmental, performance, and physical requirements.

Aved Electronics, Inc. has introduced custom battery packs that are designed and built to meet specific robotics environmental, performance, and physical requirements.


Aved Custom Battery Packs feature the battery chemistry and cell selection optimized with respect to voltage, cycles, pulse rates, capacity, charging, and packaging requirements. Built to robotic OEM specifications, they are capable of operating from -30°C to +80°C and providing clean voltage with a typical less than 5% deviation, 1000+ cycles, high pulse up to 100 A, and capacities from 24 V to 200 V (10 A/hr.to 100 A/hr.) and up to 4 kW.

Utilizing the Chroma Model 17020 Regenerative Battery Pack Test System for end-of-line testing, Aved Custom Battery Packs can be tested to simulate battery usage, record performance data, characterize the battery and provide resolute serialized test data for each battery pack. Typical battery packs include Li-Ion, Li-Poly, LFP, and primary lithium technologies with cells supported by leading manufacturers.

Aved Custom Battery Packs price quotations for robotic OEMs are available upon request. Aved is ISO 9001, ISO 13485, and ITAR registered.

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