Products and accessories related to power generation and storage.
Alternative power generators produce electricity from renewable energy sources, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy and biomass, which create less environmental damage and pollution than fossil fuels.
Auxiliary power units (APU) provide supplemental power for a variety of purposes such as main engine starting, cabin climate control, engine block heating, and battery charging for seacraft, aircraft, and roadway vehicles.
Devices that convert stored energy into electrical current; the two main types are chemical batteries and physical batteries such as solar cells, nuclear energy and thermal batteries.
Cogeneration equipment produces power and thermal energy from a common fuel source, generally one that is considered to be a waste product from another process.
Electrical power generators, also known as alternators, transform mechanical energy into electrical energy. They can be used for backup or emergency power or as an alternator on board a vehicle. Generators can produce either AC or DC power and are typically powered by a fuel engine.
Energy Harvesting Generators and Transducers are products that produce electrical energy from mechancial or thermal sources.
Festoon systems are mobile supports for electrical cables or pneumatic lines that allow the cable to move with a hoist, trolley, or other mobile equipment without fouling.
Generator heads and alternators convert mechanical energy into electrical power through electromagnetic induction.
Microturbines are small fuel-burning turbines used in localized or mobile power generation and mechanical drive applications.
Mobile electrification systems provide power to moving vehicles and equipment such as AGVs, mobile hoists and cranes in automated factory, material handling and other specialized applications.
Power generation systems are power generators and related systems that are used in power plants or large-scale power generation facilities.
Steam turbines and gas turbines are rotating machines that extract energy from pressurized steam and/or from combustion gases.
Ultracapacitors store charges (energy) by physically separating positive and negative charges (unlike batteries which do so chemically). Very high power densities can be achieved by this method.