Micro Power Electronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Electrochem Solutions, Inc. and the global leader in portable power solutions for mission-critical equipment, today announced UL 2054 Certification and CE Mark for the IronWorks ® battery, a patent-pending Iron-Phosphate battery solution, which serves as a drop-in replacement for Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries.
Micro Power Receives UL 2054 Certification and CE Mark for IronWorks Iron-Phosphate Battery. (Photo: Business Wire)
Manufacturers of mobile equipment can now achieve lighter weight, longer runtime and longer cycle life with the standard U1 format Lithium Iron-Phosphate battery. IronWorks is a 12 Volt, 44 Ah Lithium Iron-Phosphate battery with Smart Battery 1.1 compliant SMBus interface for delivering state-of-charge information. IronWorks provides equipment manufacturers with a drop-in replacement for Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries, at a fraction of the weight and with exceptional cycle life. UL 2054 is the safety standard for Household and Commercial Batteries. Compliance with this standard reduces the battery-related risk of fire or explosion during use, and reduces the risk of injury when batteries are removed from a product to be stored, transported, or discarded. The UL 2054 certification enables mobile equipment manufacturers to declare compliance with IEC 60601-1, the general safety and essential performance standard for medical electrical equipment, for their mobile or portable equipment. “UL 2054 Certification confirms that Micro Power’s Lithium Iron-Phosphate battery provides the highest standard in product safety,” said Robin Tichy, Micro Power’s product manager for IronWorks. “IronWorks is one of the first Lithium Iron-Phosphate batteries to receive this esteemed certification.” IronWorks also passed all tests and requirements to receive the CE Mark, which enables IronWorks to be sold in the European Community (EC). By qualifying IronWorks for the CE Mark, Micro Power ensures that IronWorks complies with all the requirements of the applicable EC directives.