Ultralife to Show at Florida Conference

Press Release
Friday, May 18, 2012

Ultralife Corporation will showcase energy storage & communication systems at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, Florida

Amonst other of their products Ultralife will showcase the following:

Battery & Energy Products Segment

Genset Eliminator™ - The GenSet Eliminator™ is a patent pending, innovative storage and power system designed to reduce fuel consumption and maintenance costs by 25% to 30% for defense and commercial applications.

Multi-Kilowatt Module (MKM™) - The MKM™ product line is a series of large format Lithium Ion rechargeable battery systems designed for energy storage and back-up and remote power across a broad range of commercial and military applications.

Man-Portable Power System (MPPS) - The MPPS combines portability and MKM™ power into a modular and flexible energy system ideally suited for remote locations where transport could be difficult.

Communications Systems Segment

Lightweight Portable Amplification System (LPAS). The LPAS will support sixteen different radio configurations, replacing a product that supported only one configuration.

Satellite Radio Combiner - The Satellite Radio Combiner addresses the known challenge arising from limitations on the number of antennas available on aircraft, vehicles and maritime craft.

Headquartered in Newark, New York, the company's business segmentsåç include: Battery & Energy Products and Communications Systems. Ultralife has operations in North America, Europe and Asia.

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