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RELiON Battery joins Delta-Q Technologies' Battery Compatibility Program

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RELiON Battery has announced that it has joined Delta-Q Technologies (Delta-Q)'s new partner program, "Charged by Delta-Q." The program provides RELiON Battery with the tools to pursue new opportunities with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). As part of Charged by Delta-Q, RELiON can showcase its integrations with Delta-Q in a curated network of tested and compatible battery and charging solutions.

"We are delighted to have been selected to join the Charged by Delta-Q program," said RELiON Battery Executive Vice President of Sales Christine Feodorov. "We stand alongside several reputable companies, whom we admire, and hope that our association with Charged by Delta-Q takes our relationships with OEMs to the next level."

Affiliation with the program will increase RELiON's visibility among leading OEMs in search of solutions that offer electric products with best-in-class performance, prolonged battery life, and maximum uptime. Through the program, OEMs can view optimized RELiON Battery algorithms with Delta-Q such as the one developed for RELiON's InSight Series™ products.

RELiON will receive a "Charged by Delta-Q" logo for use on its products and marketing materials. This logo signifies to OEMs that RELiON's battery was iteratively tested and validated by Delta-Q's team of engineers. It also offers RELiON the opportunity to target electric vehicle and industrial equipment and machine industries that Delta-Q currently operates in.

"Charged by Delta-Q offers a unique way for battery and BMS partners like RELiON Battery to generate more business by signaling a level of quality and compatibility that OEMs can rely on. Currently, there is no other resource available that offers OEMs a one-stop-shop with this level of curated solutions," said Delta-Q Vice President of Business Development Lloyd Gomm.

Author : Moulin Oza
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