The departmental council of Hérault entrusted Toutenkamion with the construction of a mobile child and maternal protection mobile clinic.
This mobile unit will run in the municipalities to organise consultations and provide health and social care interventions and monitoring for pregnant women, parents and children under 6 years old. It will also offer family planning and familial education appointments.
An ideal environment to welcome patients in complete peace of mind
In addition to the constraints of childcare to be foreseen in every detail of the fittings, this unit has another particularity: rather than connecting to a socket or starting a generator, it embarks 6 high-performance Li-ion batteries of high capacity and two inverter chargers.
Thus, the Hérault department does not have to provide or require specific outlets at each vehicle parking site and practitioners will work in a comfortable environment without vibration, in silence and without delay to find and deploy an electrical connection… Even more mobility for our customer.
An efficient and durable battery system
The 6 batteries generate 30kWh, which is enough energy to power lighting, customer devices and air conditioning throughout the day without having to connect.
The unit will need to recharge its batteries every night from a standard outlet in the garage where it is parked. In addition, a specific charger uses the excess of the carrier's alternator to recharge them also during transport phases.
The six batteries will be housed in a custom-made stainless steel box, with the inverters. A simple ventilation is required for this equipment.
The life of the batteries is counted in charge / discharge cycles, and reaches 3500 cycles at 80%. At the rate of one cycle per day and 5 days per week, excluding holidays, the batteries should last more than 10 years.
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