Battery tester ACK100.24.650.1 tests various sources and energy storage devices, for example:
- accumulators and rechargeable batteries of any type (Li-ION, Li-Po, LiFePo4, LTO, NMC, Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, Pb-Acid, as well as any others)
- supercapacitors (ultracapacitors), and also batteries of them
- galvanic cells (primary power supplies)
- fuel cells and also battery of them
- redox batteries
- solar panels
- wind turbines
- as well as any other chemical and physical sources and storages of energy.
Battery tester ACK100.24.650.1 contain a controlled power supply and also a controlled electronic load. The power supply can operate in voltage, current or power stabilization modes. The load can operate in voltage, current or power stabilization modes, and also in resistance stabilization mode.
Due to this, battery tester ACK100.24.650.1 can perform many tests. For example, the simplest, such as a single charge or a single discharge of the battery. In addition, the instrument can perform cyclic tests, with multiple alternation of charge and discharge. Finally, battery tester ACK100.24.650.1 can perform complex combination modes that simulate real-life battery conditions. For example, simulating the operation of an electric car battery when a car is moving in an urban driving cycle.
Battery tester ACK100.24.650.1 operates under computer control. During the test, the tester measures many parameters of the battery under test. The instrument returns measurement results in the form of text result files. In addition, the device software automatically generates charge-discharge graphs for the battery under test. Finally, the tester software automatically generates graphs of degradation of battery parameters (which is convenient for cycle-life tests).
If the current or power of one device is not enough, the testers ACK100.24.650.1 can work in parallel (up 20 pcs). The charge current and power, as well as the discharge current and power, increase in proportion to the number of devices.
Key parameters of battery tester ACK100.24.650.1
Charge and discharge current applied to the tested battery: from 1 to 100 A (up to 2000 A with parallel operation of devices);
Operating voltage range on the tested battery: from 1 to 28 V;
Maximum charge and discharge power: 650 W (up to 13 kW with parallel operation of devices).