Lithium SAFEFlex: Battery Sizing Chart

Lithium SAFEFlex: Battery Sizing Chart


For over 30 years, Green Cubes Technology has helped OEMs safely convert from lead acid systems to the right lithium technologies for their operations. Among the many providers of lithium solutions, we stand apart for our precision-engineered conversions of industrial tools, small electric vehicles, hospital systems, and telecom towers. Our reputation and years in the business stand behind us to keep us innovating and driving ahead.

Lithium SAFEFlex

Lithium SAFEFlex is a comprehensive, self-managed battery solution designed to meet the cost, performance, efficiency, and durability requirements of the rugged warehouse environment. It includes application-specific cell chemistry, charge/discharge management, and advanced safety features such as thermal, short circuit, over voltage, and undervoltage protection. All of this can be remotely controlled and managed through included software.

Battery Sizing Chart



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  1. Peter Vercoe Sales Manager Warequip Solutions 1 Paramount Rd Footscray West Victoria 3012 Australia


    We are Australia based company promoting, selling & servicing the full range of Taylor-Dunn battery electric vehicles for 30+ years.
    Traditionally these vehicles have run with 6 volt lead acid battery,s in configurations of 24, 36, 48 volt systems.
    Have your company supplied lithium system for this range of vehicles?

    The most common vehicle sold is Taylor-Dunn Bigfoot in 36 & 48 volt, i will enclose brochure on these vehicles.

    We would be interested in battery & charge system for 48 volt Bigfoot, price & availability. Thanks for your assistance, regards Peter Vercoe Sales Manager Warequip Solutions

  2. Dave Ricketts

    Cost for a 24-85-21 equivalent landed in Seattle WA?

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