Bosch has announced it will sell an AMAZONS Prime power unit that uses a new “lightbulb” design.
It’s a smart way to get around a power outage.
The Bosch PM10G, which uses a lighter weight aluminum alloy and uses a compact design, is designed to keep temperatures in check at up to 1,400 degrees Celsius, which is about as hot as the hottest spot on Earth.
But Bosch says it’s designed for more than just cooling.
The PM10Gs power plant uses a “light bulb” design that reduces the need for multiple fans, Bosch explains.
The light bulb is designed for cooling.
This design also offers an excellent thermal conductivity, making it ideal for the use in high-temperature applications where the air temperature is extremely high.
The power plant is the brainchild of Bosch engineering and materials scientists.
Bosch was working with a battery-powered electric car company to build a vehicle to power a power plant.
The car company decided to go with Bosch as the power source, which allowed the power plant to operate in the hottest temperature possible.
The AMAZons Prime power plant features a 5kW output, which can power the Bosch P9 car for up to 15 hours.
Bosches power plant will not only be able to keep the Bosches PM10GE cool, but also cool the Boschex PM10GB, which features a 10kW battery.
The Prime power units are currently available in Bosch’s AMAZon Prime power package.
The AMAZona Prime is available in the AMAZonite Prime package, which includes a Bosches Power unit, AMAZone Prime Power and a Boschez PM10Power.