| Flux Power Holdings designs, develops, manufactures, and sells lithium-ion energy storage solutions for lift trucks, airport ground support equipment, and other industrial and commercial applications. Co.'s modular and design allows different configurations of lithium-ion battery packs to be paired with its battery management system (BMS), which managing cell balancing, charging, discharging, monitoring and communication between the pack and the forklift. Co. designs and develops LiFT Pack for use in lift trucks, including Class 3 Walkie and End Riders, Class 2 Narrow Aisle, and Class 1 Ride-on, as well as for industrial equipment including GSE and energy storage for solar applications. The FLUX average annual return since 2020 is shown above.
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