Nominal voltage: 25.2V
Nom. charging current: 5A
Max. charging current: 16A
Nominal discharge current: 12A
Max. discharge current: 20A
Battery capacity: 11.6Ah
Battery energy: 292Wh
Protection rating: IP67
Weight: 2.1kg
*According to client needs  


  • Intelligent high capacity Li-Ion battery.
  • Can be used for different kinds of devices
  • Easy adaptation to client requirements.
  • Can be easily redesigned to work with various devices depending on their voltage and current requirements.
  • Overcharge, overcurrent, overheat and short circuit protected.
  • Excessive discharge protection.
  • LED display for battery voltage level indication.
  • Short circuit protection in transport mode. Voltage is not present on connector.
  • IP67.


SERIES LYNX / Model 2416

Supply AC voltage: 80V – 263V
Supply DC voltage: 20V – 33V
Charging current: up to 16A
Charging time (standard) ¹: 135 min
Charging time (fast) ²: 50 min
Weight approx. 5 kg
Dimensions: 300 x 200 x 120 mm
Operating conditions ³: -32°C / +49°C
Weight: 2.1kg
1) for batteries 25.2V / 5A / 10Ah 
2) for batteries 25.2V / 16A / 10Ah 
3) depends on operating conditions and battery type
*According to client needs

Key features:

  • Can be fully adapted to customer requirements.
  • Equipped with intelligent system that automatically adjusts to charging characteristics of any battery maximizing its life.
  • No moving mechanical elements for cooling. LYNX uses passive heat dissipation which also allows for very rugged and sturdy construction.
  • Supports wide range of charging current allowing for use with wide range of battery types.
  • Overcurrent and overheat protection
  • Uses dual 110V/230V AC and 28V DC power supply.
  • Uses wide range of power supply (80-263V AC and 20-33V DC).
  • Standard and fast charging modes (50 minutes to full charge as battery example above).
  • IP67 compliant


Battery switch which can select the active battery out of the two batteries plugged into the powered device. The switch can be integrated into the device housing.
The communication between switch and batteries can be established using battery controller with dedicated protocol but it also can be redefined/applied to user specification.
Battery and switch interface can be applied to user specification.

Key features:

  • Typical switched voltage: 29.4V
  • Typical switched current: 10 A
  • Switches between 2 batteries, depending on the charge status of the battery in operation
  • Once the battery in operation has reached its discharged status the switch will activate the second battery
  • Once the battery in operation has been overheated the switch will activate the second battery
  • The switch provides smooth switching between the spare battery and the battery in operation, powered device operation will not be interrupted