Servo Magazine (October 2008)

Building Battery Packs Fit for Combat

By Paul Reese, Robert Wilburn    View Digital Edition  

In the early days of combat robotics, builders were often forced to assemble their own battery packs if they wanted something robust that would tolerate conditions filled with shock, vibration, heavy G-loads, and constant flexing all while operating at very high temperatures.


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