Safety begins with chemistry. Nanophosphate® Lithium-ion battery technology offers stable chemistry, faster charging, consistent output, excellent cycle life and superior cost performance.
True Blue Power specializes in the custom design and manufacturing of certified power solutions. Our skilled engineers work closely with your staff to develop unique solutions that meet your specific project requirements.
True Blue Power is the first company to receive FAA STC for lithium-ion main ship batteries. STC certifications include the Robinson R44 helicopter, Cessna Caravan, Beechcraft Bonanza, and Bombardier Dash-8 and Dash-6 aircraft.
True Blue Power® specializes in the custom design and manufacture of advanced power solutions for aviation and marine applications. Our product line includes USB charging ports, inverters, converters, emergency power supplies and lithium-ion batteries.
Select products feature proprietary Nanophosphate® lithium-ion technology, including our TB17 and TB44 Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries — the first lithium-ion engine-start batteries for business and commercial aviation to receive FAA TSO and EASA ETSO certification.Learn More
“True Blue Power has unlocked the formula to building the world’s most advanced battery, safely using ionized Lithium technology in a way that no one has before.”
Director of Engineering
St. Louis Helicopter
“The TB17 lithium-ion battery made by True Blue Power is fantastic. Our customer loves it in his R66. It is lighter, starts faster, and has an internal heater that our northern operators in Canada are going to appreciate.”
Aerial Recon Ltd.
“After testing the True Blue Power lithium-ion battery and understanding the amazing capabilities of this new technology, I am convinced that the old lead acid or NiCad batteries will go the way of the rotary dial telephone. It’s just so far advanced over current generation batteries...We are very excited to offer it to our Caravan operators around the world.”
President & CEO
“During starts, this battery cranks the engine very fast almost as if connected to a ground power cart.”
Robinson Flight Test Pilots
Jack Edwards National Airport (KJKA)
Gulf Shores, Alabama, USA
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Sheraton Grand Mirage Hotel
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Hyatt Regency Colonge