Founded in 1993, Maha Energy Corporation is a global leader specializing in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of battery and charging technology for various industrial and consumer sectors. With state-of-the-art research labs and production facilities in Asia, and sales & marketing offices in North America and Europe, Maha creates a global service network for both standard and custom-designed applications.
In addition to PowerEx brand products, a significant percentage of Maha Energy’s revenue is generated from OEM & custom manufacturing businesses. Today, Maha manufactures millions of batteries and chargers sold under OEM and private brands for leading corporations in all industrial sectors. Maha’s custom battery program also won key contracts from government and military agencies.
Maha operates a state-of-the-art manufacturing hub in Taiwan using highly automated production and testing equipment to achieve high yields and throughput while maintaining a competitive cost. All facilities are certified by ISO-9001, as well as UL, TUV and various other accreditation agencies.
Every Maha product is tested individually by various automated testing systems eliminating the human factor in quality control. All products also undergo a rigorous burn-in/cycling sequence. Random sampling of in-production goods are subject to additional stringent reliability and aging tests.
Robust Core Technology
Maha holds a decisive advantage by having the ability to design its own microcontrollers. This core technology allows Maha to quickly respond to market demands with never-before-seen features.
Market and Technology Driven R & D
Maha undertakes two distinct routes in product research and development: market and technology driven. As an active player in the market, Maha’s product management teams constantly listen to customer’s feedback and design products to address their needs. On the other hand, Maha also invests strongly to improve fundamental technology in order to enhance performance and reduce cost.
Maha meets and exceeds safety requirements regulated by agencies such as UL, CE, GS, C-Tick, PSE, etc. In many of the products, customers can expect multiple-redundant safety protections.
Design robustness is verfied through accelerated life testing such as 25G HALT with thermoshock from -40 to 80 deg C.