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History

Historically specialized in battery chargers, Tecsup progressively widened its expertise (energy conversion, storage, control and interfacing, lighting) in order to respond to the client's needs and constraints.

2015 - ...

  • Change of General Direction
  • Extension of the expertise and range of lithium (lithium-ion ...)
  • Development of products in a logic of "unlimited energy" (change of battery without cut, JERRICAN, VLA ...)
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2010 - 2015

  • Development of Autonomous Energy Systems
  • Launching of the LED lighting offer
  • Deepening of our expertise in Lithium batteries (LiFePo4)
  • Commercialization of our self-contained energy boxes
  • Opening of our catalogue to the general public, via the E-Business


2005 - 2009

  • Conception of self-contained energy systems for mobile applications.
  • Conception of self-contained emergency power for stationary applications.
  • Intensification of specific developments for the Military sector.
  • Development of a complete of mobile lighting systems and products.
  • Deployment of our Model & Engineering offers.

 

2000 - 2005

  • Progressive introduction of peripheral material acquainted to battery chargers : converters, testers, separators, sealed lead batteries..
  • Intensification of business developments in BtoB in new markets : Camping cars, industrial body shops,
  • Introduction of a range of battery chargers with reinforced waterproofing and silent ventilation.

 

1995 - 2000

  • Launching of the High Frequency technology, regulated by microprocessor.
  • Introduction of a range of invertors - 500w Pure Sinus.
  • Opening up to new markets ( medical, Fork lift vehicles, electric vehicles).

 

1985 - 1995

  • Conception and fabrication of low frequency battery chargers with electronic regulation, essentially destined for the nautical sector.
  • Mastering of the charge curves adapted to the different lead battery technologies.
  • Power Range: 100 to 2000W, independent multi-exits (individual selection of charge curves per exit).