emergency power unit


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emergency power unit

Any source of hydraulic or electric power that permits controlled flight in glide subsequent to engine failure.
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This agreement between the two companies is a continuation of a 27-year business relationship wherein TAT has provided Lockheed Martin with components of the emergency power unit and additional related components for the F-16.
Revision has secured the solar panels that will build up to 100 portable emergency power units to power communications systems, computer, laptops, cellphones and lighting for areas that are expected to see power last.
The low carbon innovator, which specialises in fuel cells and systems for car, coaches, trains, boats and buildings, has signed a significant framework agreement for fuel cell emergency power units.
Now the clean tech power provider has announced it has received a significant order for fuel cell emergency power units, worth [euro]1.8m ([pounds sterling]1.4m), for a number of systems which are all expected to be delivered and installed during 2016.
Early commercial versions of PEM cells have begun to show up in the past year in portable and emergency power units. For example, Ballard Power Systems in Burnaby, B.C., is field-testing a 250-kw stationary system for factories and a 1.2-kw system to replace small internal-combustion engines in hand-held appliances.
Now the clean tech power provider has announced it has received a signifi-cant order for fuel cell emergency power units, worth [euro]1.8m (PS1.4m) for a number of systems which are all expected to be delivered and installed this year.
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