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Movers & Shakers: Dragonfly Energy Partners With World's Largest Teardrop Manufacturer

By SEMA Editors 

Dragonfly Energy, the Reno, Nevada-based maker of Battle Born Batteries andDragonfly one of the industry leaders in energy storage, has announced that its lithium-ion batteries will be standard equipment in all nuCamp RV travel trailer and truck camper products beginning in the model-year '24. Battle Born Batteries have been offered as an upgrade option for nuCamp customers since 2022, and this agreement expands that partnership to fully integrated power systems, including lithium-ion batteries, inverters and additional necessary components. 

Beginning in Q3 2023, the '24 nuCamp model-year products will begin shipping with Battle Born Batteries power systems as standard equipment. Power systems provided will include lithium-ion batteries, inverters, solar charge controllers and all other necessary components. Base packages include 100Ah power systems, with optional upgrades up to 810Ah, offering customers boondocking-ready trailers to fit any style of camping.

"The nuCamp team prioritizes quality, craftsmanship and providing the best experience for their customers. They were quick to see how Dragonfly Energy power systems can help them reach that goal. We started out testing by providing some full-power systems on a small scale, and the response from their customers was very positive, which we believe has led to making Battle Born Batteries power systems standard for nuCamp," said Wade Seaburg, chief revenue officer for Dragonfly Energy.

In addition, Dragonfly Energy has also announced it will be awarded a new patent covering the overall look and design of the assembly case of the company's GC3 12V 270Ah LiFePO4 deep-cycle battery, which is designed for more flexible solutions and increased energy density compared to traditional lead acid and lithium battery form factors. The announcement is based on a notice of allowance from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for U.S. Patent Application No. 29/858,079.

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