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Battery innovations take centre stage at HIMSS
Ultralife Corporation is redefining portable power for the global healthcare IT industry at this year’s HIMSS exhibition at the Venetian-Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas from August 9–13, 2021. From stand 3856, we will be showcasing two brand new products publicly for the first time.
Ultralife Corporation Awarded IDIQ Contract Under U.S. Army’s $1.25B Conformal Wearable Battery Program
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Ultralife launches 'Generation X' Lithium Thionyl Chloride Cells
Ultralife has produced a new range of Lithium Thionyl Chloride cylindrical cells for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), to help manufacturers benefit from lithium cell technology. The ER Generation X family of cells includes a particularly rugged and energy dense lithium chemistry.
Business Operations in Response to COVID-19
In accordance with the Executive Order from the Governor of the State of New York, Ultralife falls under the criteria of an “Essential Supplier” due to our production and supply of battery and energy products that support ventilators, respirators, and other vital medical, surgical and life-saving equipment, and is a Federal government contractor/subcontractor to the U.S. Military, other Federal agencies as well as first responders, for a variety of products that support tactical communications, emergency equipment, cybersecurity solutions, and other strategic requirements.
Ultralife Corporation Receives Award for Its Legacy BA-5390 Military Batteries from Defense Logistics Agency
Ultralife Corporation (NASDAQ: ULBI) has received a $4.9 million firm-fixed price delivery contract from the U.S. Government’s Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for its lithium manganese dioxide, non-rechargeable BA-5390 batteries.
Meet us at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2019, Excel, London, UK
At Stand N3-678 the Joint Zone, you can find an abundance of products from Ultralife Communications Systems, Ultralife Battery & Energy and Accutronics Ltd. Now entering its twentieth year, Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) is a world leading event that connects governments, national armed forces, industry thought leaders and the global defence & security supply chain on an unrivalled scale.
Advanced battery specialist joins Ultralife Group
Global battery manufacturer Ultralife Corporation has acquired advanced battery solutions provider Southwest Electronic Energy (SWE) in a deal worth $25m. The acquisition enhances Ultralife Corporation’s extensive portfolio of battery and charger technologies and expands the company’s technical expertise into new industry segments.
Introducing batteries for home automation at Electronica
To celebrate the upcoming launch of its new CR123A battery products, designed for the wireless security and home automation markets, global battery manufacturer Ultralife Corporation is inviting attendees to its stand at Electronica 2018 to sign-up to receive samples ahead of the formal release early next year.
Ultralife Receives $9.5 Million Communications Systems IDIQ Contract
Indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for purchases not to exceed $9.5 million
Ultralife awarded $8.3 million contract for U.S. Army's Leader Radio programme and other opportunities
The contract is to supply its Vehicle Amplifier-Adaptors (“VAA”) and Mounted VHF Amplifiers to Thales Defense & Security, Inc.
Ultralife Corporation Awarded $10.9 Million Communications Systems Contract
This contract further demonstrates the effectiveness of our ongoing new product development strategy of designing and building technically advanced, integrated communication systems devices in collaboration with our strategic partners
Ultralife announce medical cart inverter qualification for smart U1 battery
Ultralife is pleased to announce that it has qualified its smart U1 battery for use with Tripp Lite and Ametek Powervar Inverters. The URB12400-U1-SMB smart battery is an alternative for sealed lead acid batteries found in medical carts (offering the same energy for less weight).
Batteries for next-gen robotics
As designers and manufacturers of batteries and chargers for OEMs worldwide, Ultralife Corporation and Accutronics (an Ultralife company) are conducting research to better understand portable power requirements for future robot developments.
Ultralife Corporation Awarded $3.9 Million Communications Systems Contract
Ultralife Corporation Receives $49.8 Million IDIQ Award from Defense Logistics Agency for Its New CFx Military Batteries
UBI-2590 Product Change Notice
In an effort to continuously improve and better serve our customers, Ultralife is announcing the release of three new and improved variants of the 2590 family. With the release of these new and improved variants, consolidating the product line up, and to best serve our customers Ultralife will be discontinuing the legacy equivalents of these products. All customers purchasing UBBL02, UBBL10, and UBBL13 please read about our UBI-2590 Upgrade
Come meet us at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), Excel, London, UK
Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) is the world leading event that brings together the global defence and security sector to innovate and share knowledge. Ultralife Communications Systems, Ultralife Battery & Energy and Accutronics Ltd will be on Stand N4-196 in the Joint Zone.
Thin Cell battery for next-gen connected devices
Ultralife Corporation has strengthened its Thin Cell range of primary (non-rechargeable) lithium manganese dioxide (Li-MnO2) pouch-cell batteries. The higher energy density and slim form factor of Ultralife’s Thin Cell technology makes it ideal for use in the next generation of internet-connected and wearable devices in sectors including medical, banking, highways, logistics, warehousing and security.
It's here... Ultralife's New Lithium Iron Phosphate Smart U1 battery
Ultralife is set to enrich the U1 lead acid battery market with the launch of its new 492Wh Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) smart battery. The URB12400-U1-SMB battery, which features accurate fuel gauging and integrated safety circuitry, is designed to replace and improve on traditional sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries in applications such as medical carts, wheelchairs, scooters, robotics & motor bots or uninterrupted power supply (UPS) systems.
Getting smarter ahead of HIMSS - new lead acid replacement battery coming soon
Ultralife Corporation will launch their latest LiFePO4 lead acid replacement battery for the medical sector ahead of this year’s HIMSS healthcare and IT conference in Orlando, Florida. Visitors will be able to view the new product on Booth 2287 at the show, at the Orange County Convention Center from February 19 to 23, 2017.
The tendering process in the Ministry of Defence
Every year, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) spends £19 billion with UK industry. It is one of the biggest public procurement organisations in Europe and is the single largest customer for UK industry. The MoD has a huge range of contracts, from utility services to aircraft carrier projects, which companies win through tendering processes. Here, David Reeves, director of international business development explains the tendering process.
World's longest lasting 9V battery
Ultralife has built on the success of its original 9V battery by offering the next generation of the world’s longest lasting lithium 9V battery, the U9VL-J-P. With key improvements to its energy density and cell technology, the battery is designed for applications including smoke detectors,security sensors and medical telemetry as well as test and instrumentation.
Taking a look at the European defence market
Increasing their defence spend for the first time in a decade will be seen this year by European NATO states. Concerns about Russia, the migrant crisis and the terrorist threat have led to many European governments focusing on their military budget. Director of International Business Development at Ultralife, David Reeves, explains why the company has chosen to expand its services in Europe.
Ultralife Announces New A-7500 75-watt Multimode Amplifier
Ultralife is pleased to announce the introduction of the new A-7500 75-watt Multimode Amplifier. The A-7500 offers support for today's most complex waveforms, and offers exceptional thermal performance that few amplifiers can match.
Announcing the New Ultralife BB-2590/U Battery
Ultralife is excited to announce the new BB-2590/U battery. This rechargeable battery (P/N: UBBL10-01) is designed to meet the MIL-PRF 32383/3 certification. It’s also made to be completely interoperable with all of the current xx90 accessories and chargers while still having the same reputation, ruggedness and quality you expect from Ultralife!
Scott-Clark Medical & Ultralife Announce IEC Certification for Medical Cart Battery & Power Supply System
Ultralife and Scott-Clark Medical have reached a major milestone on their jointly developed Medical Cart Battery and Power Supply System. The final IEC Certification of its new, jointly developed medical cart battery and intelligent power supply system has been received, allowing for Ultralife to ship products under an expanded strategic supplier agreement with Scott-Clark Medical, a leading provider of medical carts.
Medical Cart Contract
Ultralife Corporation announced today it has received final IEC certification for its newly developed medical cart battery and intelligent power supply system and will commence initial shipments this month under an expanded strategic supplier agreement with Scott-Clark Medical, a leading provider of medical carts. The original agreement called for shipments until May 2015; the expanded agreement extends the term until September 2016 and increases the initial contract value from approximately $1.6 million to $6.7 million. Under the strategic supplier agreement, Scott-Clark Medical is combining Ultralife's battery and intelligent power supply system with its own medical carts for sales to hospitals and other medical institutions worldwide.