Five NATO countries field-test Epsilor 6T Li-ion battery as lead-acid replacement in military vehicles

Epsilor, a developer and manufacturer of mobile energy products for defense and aerospace, showcased the latest version of its 6T NATO-standard Li-ion battery at the recent International Armoured Vehicles show in London.

Industrial clients and armed forces in five NATO nations are currently performing field tests on the 6T. The Israeli Defense Forces recently completed a 12-month evaluation of the Epsilor 6T in various climate and field conditions.

Epsilor’s Li-ion product line is intended to replace traditional lead-acid batteries. Designed as a drop-in replacement for next-generation armored vehicles, the 6T boasts four times the energy and half the weight of similarly sized lead-acid batteries.

Epsilor currently offers the 6T as a 4,300 Wh battery, and is developing a LiFePO4 2,000 Wh version.


Source: Epsilor via Green Car Congress 

  • James Heires

    Can I get one like this for my car?

  • jstack6

    For your car i got
    No more lead for 12v starter battery.

  • Chris

    Have a Lithium in my Harley-Davidson. Doesn’t always want to start below 30F.

    • bob

      Weak battery or engine/ carburetion problems?

      • Chris

        Fuel injection. Lithium needs to wake up .I’ve ridden to work on 25F days

    • BeholdersEye

      Even on a sunny day that is cold riding!

  • jstack6

    They should try the that I use instead of the 12 v lead in my EV.