Fischer Panda UK and Clayton Power have teamed up to bring advanced solutions for portable generators to the UK market.
Fischer Panda UK will offer the entire range from Clayton Power, including its primary product – the LPS II 3000.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Clayton Power to enhance our offerings in the portable all-in-one power sector,” said Chris Fower, sales and marketing director at Fischer Panda UK. “This collaboration aligns with our commitment to delivering a comprehensive range of top-notch, green power solutions that meet the diverse needs of our customers in the automotive and marine sectors.”
He added: “We firmly believe that the LPS II range of products complements our existing range of power equipment from Fischer Panda Generators and Mastervolt Power Electronics perfectly, providing us with the capability to cover all types of onboard power demands for a variety of applications.”
Reshaping the landscape
The LPS II 3000 has a built-in 2 kWh lithium-ion battery, 3000W – 230V/50Hz sine wave inverter, booster (charging from alternator), solar regulator (charging from solar panels), intelligent charger (charging from mains), relays, display and a start aid function.
The power supply provides power to 230 VAC and 12 VDC appliances, without the need for any further equipment.
Other products include the LPS II 2500 which has a built-in 1kWh lithium-ion battery and a 2,500W – 230V/50Hz sine wave inverter, the LPS II 2000 which has a built-in 1kWh lithium-ion battery, 2000W – 240V/50Hz sine wave inverter, and the LPS II 1500 which has a built-in 1kWh lithium-ion battery, 1500W – 230V/50Hz sine wave inverter.
“Clayton Power’s All-in-One Lithium Power Supply (LPS) solutions, perfectly complement Fischer Panda UK’s commitment to reshaping the landscape of portable power in automotive and marine sectors,” said Karl Jones, head of UK sales at Clayton Power. “Our easy-to-use and sustainable products are a cost-effective option for customers looking for a seamless and innovative installation to meet their power needs. We’re very much looking forward to a powerful partnership.”