Battery Selection Guide

Batteries

We offer over 550 models of Lithium-Ion Batteries for nearly every make and model of electric industrial trucks

FROST Series

Li-ion batteries for Coolers and Freezers.

OneCharge FROST I & II are solutions for lifts working with products that must be stored in a cooler or freezer. OneCharge FROST batteries will maintain 95% of their rated capacity even at extremely low operating temperatures. Conventional lead acid-batteries lose 30-50% of their capacity when operating in such harsh conditions, and discharge quickly.

MAX POWER Series

Li-ion batteries for heavy applications.

High-capacity OneCharge MAX POWER Batteries guarantee operations without disruption for the most demanding applications dealing with heavy loads (beverages distribution, paper, lumber and metal works), high lift heights (Very Narrow Aisle applications), massive attachments (paper roll clamps, push-pull, single-double).

Li-ion battery for lift truck Class I

Electric Motor Rider Trucks are the loading/unloading tractor-trailers. They are used primarily for handling pallets.

These batteries will satisfy the highest requirements for power and dependability for sit down 3 & 4 wheel lifts and Dock-stockers. They tend to be low in height — (usually 22.5”) and quite heavy (usually 1800-5500 lbs) as they also serve as a counterbalance for the truck. The Class I lift truck is the “workhorse” of the American economy. OneCharge Batteries just do the job and don’t require a lot of attention. As more and more companies choose to move from fuel-powered trucks to electric power (from Class IV & V to Class I), this is the most popular OneCharge product.

Li-ion battery for lift truck Class II

Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks operate in tight spaces, handling pallets, picking/storing inventory.

These batteries will satisfy the highest requirements for power and dependability for narrow, very narrow aisle and specialty trucks. They are tall (29.5”) and thin (<30.5”) by design. Using powerful OneCharge Li-ion Batteries, you can put more power in the same or less compartment space, take advantage of short wheelbase trucks by reducing aisle widths to add more pallet positions in your warehouse.

Li-ion battery for lift truck Class III

Electric Motor Hand Trucks or Hand/Rider Trucks are used for unloading deliveries from tractor-trailers; they often do short runs in smaller spaces.

These batteries will satisfy the highest requirements for power and dependability for Pallet Jacks and Walkie Stackers. Available offerings are similar to Class II except they can be made much lighter than the lead-acid counterpart. The weight is enough to keep the drive wheel in touch with the ground, with no extra weight of lead-acid. These OneCharge Batteries are tall (22.5, 26.0 & 29.5”) and thin(7.5 -30.5”) and can weigh as little as 290lbs and normally use a standalone 480V, 3 phase charger. Some models are offered with a 110V, 56A output BIC (built-in charger) when portability is required.

Sweepers & Scrubbers (Drop-In Solutions)

Floor sweepers and cleaners for heavy-duty cleaning applications are generally used on hard floors such as concrete, asphalt, and others.

These batteries will satisfy the highest requirements for power and dependability for (Drop-In) Sweeper & Scrubber applications. They are packed with Ah capacity and are lightweight as a counterbalance is not required. Sweepers and scrubbers work in areas that tend to be dirty and moist and can take advantage of our TS1 Seal Kit to minimize dust and moisture entering the battery and BMS, improving its ingress protection (IP). Pressure washing of a battery is NOT recommended.

Ground Support Equipment (GSE)

Automatic guided vehicles (AGVs)

GSE is defined as all off-road equipment used on the aircraft side at an airport. Airport Ground Support Equipment includes pushback tugs, baggage and cargo tractors, carts, lifts, forklifts, ground power units, air-conditioning units, and belt loaders.

Automatic guided vehicles (AGVs)

AGVs are autonomous vehicles used to transport materials or accomplish specific tasks in many different industrial settings — such as manufacturing and product assembly, warehouse, material handling, food and beverage, etc.

These batteries will satisfy the highest requirements for power and dependability for (Drop-In) AGV applications. Available offerings for this emerging and rapidly growing segment tend to be a combination of Class I & II offerings. Lightweight and small they will fit in a variety of equipment similar to pallet jacks, stackers, tugs that are computer-driven. Absent an operator they are scheduled for charging at regular intervals.