Gylling Teknikk AS
Gylling Teknikk AS makes batteries and chargers for military applications. The company’s product line consists of standard batteries for communications and weapons systems, including improvements/upgrades for battery packs currently on the market and entirely new systems comprising proprietary battery systems and chargers.
Gylling Teknikk develops and manufactures plastic tools, moulds housings and fits batteries appropriate for the application in question. Gylling’s battery solutions are not always exactly what the customer asks for initially. Our experts always examine the application, taking into account conditions such as temperature, power consumption, storage, shape, etc. before proposing a solution.
Power Trolley. This is a trolley for 12 volt and 24 volt start assistance by a simple plug inn system. In addition it has a standard NATO contact that almost every military vehicle are provided for with quick boost start. The width of just 42 cm makes it easy to access vehicles in garages etc. The Optima batteries can provide 1000amps starting current at 0°C.
This unit contains A123 batteries, inverter and a 24 volt DC/DC charger. Recharge is made from either a standard 24volt lead acid charger or directly from a vehicle. There are two outputs, one 24VDC and one pure sinewave 1200 watt output from a standard Schuko contact.
The light weight 22kg unit can provide 1200 watts and is easy portable with two handles. There is no need for other kind of fuel to power electronic equipment, chargers, cookers etc. It is in a rugged IP 65 aluminium case that gives low thermal footprint and is EMC protected.
For the Hellfire Shore Defence System, Gylling designed and developed an entirely new system consisting of a water-proof carrying case made of fibreglass reinforced polycarbonate, equipped with lithium batteries for laser sights and launchers, a set of nickel cadmium batteries, and a charger to use for training.
In cooperation with the Norwegian Armed Forces and Enersys Batteries, Gylling Teknikk developed a purposebuilt battery to ensure that Leopard armoured tanks will start at temperatures down to –25°C.
The company has also designed a 2×12 volt maintenancecharger for longterm storage of lead batteries. The charger is designed for vehicle installation, but it can also be used independently.
Defa 2×24 volt Mil charger can be delivered in 7 and 15amps. The charger has temp compensated charge profile and with two channels it can charge both batteries individual to avoid imbalance in a 24 volt system. The charger is proven in combat vehicles.
The photo to the left is an example of a modification made on a battery for a Robot 70, which resulted in a better fit and made it easier to install.