Soldier Wireless Power Technology
Soldiers on the battlefield currently carry a battery supply for wireless equipment operation, due to the regular need for replacements while in the field. II-VI Marlow power generation technology utilizes the heat from a portable battlefield fuel burner to provide electricity for soldier equipment, thereby substituting the need for a surplus battery count with a portable power source: a small burner and a lightweight, rugged power generation system. This method of power generation provides a self-powered, low maintenance and durable energy source designed to increase soldier mobility.
For additional information, please visit our Power Generation Center.
Note: All II-VI Marlows’ thermal reference sources meet the standard requirements of the defense industry.