Thermal Abuse Test Chamber (Test Cells)

Thermal abuse test chamber is suitable for standard IEC 62133-2017, UL 1642 and GB 31241-2014.

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Standards

  • IEC 62133-2017
  • UL 1642
  • GB 31241-2014

 

Main technical parameters

ModelBE-8103
StructureAll-in-one structure, the door uses explosion-proof lock + explosion-proof chain
Normal temperature to 150°C (Adjustable)
Temperature Range
Controlling Accuracy±0.5℃
Temperature Deviation±2.0℃, No load
Heating RateRT~150°C (Linear 5°C/min)
Control DisplayPLC touch type (7 inch) + remote control
Working Cabinet DimensionW600XD500XH600 mm
External DimensionW940XD780XH1620 mm
Inner Chamber MaterialSUS304 Stainless steel with mirror-finish
External Chamber MaterialSECC steel plate, fine powder paint coating (thickness 1.5mm)
BottomWith universal wheel
Observation Window390 X 360mm (20mm thick explosion-proof glass, explosion-proof mesh)
Insulation MaterialImported high-density glass wool, good heat insulation, to ensure maximum temperature insulation, tight sealing materials for high temperature resistant silicone, withstanding high temperatures over 300 degrees for a long time
Terminal HoleDiameter 50mm Terminal hole on the left and right sides
Power Supply220V / 50HZ / 4.0KW
USB InterfaceWith USB interface, the test data can be exported
Auxiliary FunctionExplosion-proof pressure relief device, smoke exhaust device, explosion-proof lighting device, electronic door lock system, safety stop switch

 

The heating test of battery thermal abuse test chamber shall be carried out as follows

1.Relevant standard test requirements

Single battery safety test

The heating test is carried out as follows:

  • The single battery is charged according to the method of 6.1.3
  • Put the single battery into the temperature chamber.
  • For lithium-ion batteries, the temperature chamber is increased from room temperature to 130 ° C ± 2 ° C at a rate of 5 ° C / min, and the heating is stopped after maintaining the temperature for 30 minutes.
  • For nickel metal cyanide batteries, the temperature chamber is raised from room temperature to 85 ° C ± 2 ° C at a rate of 5 ° C / min, and the heating is stopped after maintaining this temperature for 2h.
  • Observe for 1h.

 

2.Battery module safety test

  • The battery module battery shall be charged according to the method in 6.1.4.
  • For lithium-ion batteries, the temperature chamber is raised from room temperature to 130 ° C ± 2 ° C at a rate of 5 ° C / min, and the heating is stopped after maintaining this temperature for 30 minutes.
  • For nickel metal cyanide batteries, the temperature chamber is raised to 85 ° C ± 2 ° C at room temperature at a rate of 5 ° C / min, and the heating is stopped after maintaining this temperature for 2h.
  • Observe for 1h.

 

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