Power the equipment you need to complete your mission safely
Travel comfortably and securely, even in dangerous environments. APS’s complete power solutions keep necessary systems for armored and security vehicles running while you’re in motion and at rest—to help you get the job done.
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Field-proven. With over 2,000 armored and security vehicles currently in the field and 18,000 durability test miles logged at a leading automotive test center, APS's products withstand the harshest environments to deliver stable, dependable power.
UNPARALLELED HIGH POWER
Double or triple power. Add 12-volt power — or 12-volt and 28-volt power — to the same vehicle with an APS high-ouput alternator or dual-alternator system. Both are classified by the US Department of State as "life-saving equipment." Include a high idle switch to access more power at lower RPM, or add a lithium-ion battery storage package to run all your equipment for up to 12 hours with the vehicle off. Want to learn more? Read our Case Study: 28 Volt Power System for Special Operations.
Custom everything. When you work with APS, every part of the experience is made to order. From the complete power-delivery systems we create to meet individual client specifications for armored and security vehicles and applications, to the level and type of service each customer requires, APS takes pride in exceeding expectations when the need is absolutely critical.
Complete power systems for armored and security vehicles
American Power Systems, Inc., provides complete power systems to meet client specifications for government, military, armored and security vehicles. Current clients include federal governments and vehicle armoring companies.
APS's systems are designed and engineered to provide ample, dependable power to energize equipment such as transceivers, amplifier kits, communication equipment, counter-IED equipment (jammers), as well as a diverse array of other on-vehicle equipment and systems.
APS's solutions meet power needs for both popular and less common petrol (gasoline) and diesel engines, including Toyota Land Cruiser and Hilux, Ford Expedition and E-Series vehicles, Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe, and Jeep Grand Cherokee.