SWE’s New Portable Power System

Posted by Irina Tabakina

Southwest Electronic Energy (SWE)  launched POW-R Tote, designed to be a rugged, lightweight, 12V/117Ah portable power system which provides compact-convenient energy for wherever standard power sources are unavailable. About the size of a lunchbox, and weighing 23 pounds, POW-R Tote uses Lithium-Ion battery technology to deliver two times longer run time and two times more power at half the weight when compared to a typical 12V lead acid battery commonly used in similar applications. POW-R Tote is housed in a heavy-duty, watertight storm case to handle harsh environments. Two power connectors come standard: An automobile 12v auxiliary outlet which powers and recharges low power devices and an Anderson SB50 Powerclaw connector for higher powered gear.

(As published in the March 2015 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

Marine Technology Magazine, page 74,  Mar 2015

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