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Low voltage lowdown: Dealing with growing electrical load demands

With the massive amount of electrical demand placed on today’s trucks, the dangers of low voltage demands are a real consequence faced by today’s fleets. The entire start and charge process of the truck’s electrical system is impacted by low voltage situations. You’ll see the effect in lift gates, electric APUs, hotel devices or any

Equipment options that can help avoid parasitic loads

Each of FE’s interviewed battery manufacturers on the topic of parasitic loads were quick to mention the products they offer that will help trucks avoid parasitic load issues. Exide recommends their Road Force AGM 200, which they say has two times better cycling and 40% greater charge acceptance when compared to conventional flooded batteries, for

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Keep the truck running: Fighting parasitic loads

Recruiting and retaining experienced, high-quality drivers is a challenge. The job demands long hours on the road away from family. To keep up with driver demand and support recruitment efforts, many of today’s trucks are decked out with all the latest in technology: GPS; TVs; refrigerators; entertainment systems; you name it. While this is certainly

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Trojan Battery launches Reliant AGM with C-Max technology

Reliant AGM with C-Max technology, a deep-cycle AGM battery, is now available from Trojan Battery Co. Reliant AGM maximizes sustained performance and increases total energy output to meet demanding deep-cycling requirements in Trojan’s wide range of market applications, according to the manufacturer. “Trojan’s Reliant AGM is specifically engineered for deep-cycling applications, unlike most AGM batteries

Trojan Battery revamps its website

Trojan Battery Co. has launched its newly revised corporate website designed to be a premiere source of information for Trojan’s global customers, distributors, dealers and system integrators. Featuring detailed information on battery technologies, maintenance practices, as well as the design of energy storage systems, the new website illustrates how Trojan sets itself apart from the