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New fuel cell power management system to support disaster teams

New fuel cell power management system to support disaster teams

A brand-new power management system, powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which could be used by defence, rescue and disaster control teams, is being explored by German technology companies Altenstadt and Brunnthal.

The system is being pioneered by SFC Energy and Vincorion, which are combining a sustainable and highly efficient power supply based on fuel cell technology with a modular P2M2 power system.

This includes utilising SFC Energy’s EFOY Pro 12000 Duo fuel cell, which will provide a power output of 500 watts to the standardised 19-inch rack design.

Fidelius Zürnbauer, Vincorion Project Lead, said, “In the end, the solution’s low weight, high power density of up to 500 watts, low power consumption, and instant operational readiness should impress, for example, Germany’s Federal Agency for Technical Relief or the police.”

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