About Us

A.T.S.I. Power Management has been formed due to the increasing demands for power related products designed and built by A.T.S.I. Ltd.

Over the past five years, A.T.S.I. has been in the forefront of design for specialist power management systems used in both the Military and Law Enforcement Agencies.

Battery technology is growing faster than ever before and with it comes the need for more sophisticated management systems, and with this in sight, A.T.S.I. (with its large portfolio of successful projects) has decided to specialise in power related subjects.

Military equipment demands the highest standards of safety, durability and reliability, in order to operate in extreme hostile conditions both climatically and environmentally.

All our products have been designed with a view to lightweight portability and ease of transportation-combined with a high level of ruggidization, making them ideal for field operations.

For safety and transportation reasons, we elected to develop Nickel Metal Hydride cells as the core chemistry for most of our battery products. Through years of research and development we have achieved outstanding results far beyond the original manufacturer’s specifications both in temperature capability and longevity of cell life.

As well as our ruggidized batteries which range from 1Ah to 300Ah (any voltage), we also have a wide range of underwater and extreme temperature batteries.

We also offer circuit design, prototyping, low volume and high volume circuit board manufacturing, as well as both high and low temperature testing with the aid of our in house test chamber which is capable of -40°C through to 100°C.

Our products and services are well suited for Military, Law Enforcement, Scientific, Auto motive, Film and Television applications, having already stood the test of time with some of the most demanding organisations possible.

Richard Morgan F.Inst.D, A.M.S.E.R.T., Tech (CEI)
Managing Director

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www.contracts.mod.uk - May 2009