Batteries are a collection of one or more cells whose chemical reactions create a flow of electrons in a circuit. All batteries are made up of three basic components: an anode (the ‘-‘ side), a cathode (the ‘+’ side), and some kind of electrolyte (core) (a substance that chemically reacts with the anode and cathode).
Batteries are an essential part of many of today’s high technology products. Along with the continuous development of battery technology and the increasing perfection of manufacturing techniques, batteries are used more widely as a ‘green power’ enabler for all kinds of applications.
Whether they are high performance lithium ion (Li-ion) or the more conventional nickel metal hydride cell (NiMH), batteries present potential safety issues. That is why batteries are covered by a number of standards and testing methods.
With the focus on this new technology, We at Ace Test Labs, test batteries for their safety, performance and stability parameters as per Indian and international standards to be submitted to BIS or under predefined environmental conditions given by the client.
Following test facilities are offered by ATL to the customers for Battery Testing Under CRS Scheme by BIS:
|1||Secondary Cells and Batteries containing nickel /alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes||IS 16046 (PART 1):2018/ IEC 62133:2012|
|2||Secondary Cells and Batteries containing lithium/ alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes||IS 16046 (PART 2): 2018/ IEC 62133-2:2017|
|3||Lithium cells & batteries||UN 38.3|
|4||Lithium batteries||UL 1642|
Following test facilities are offered by ATL to the customers for Battery Testing Environmental Testing/ Performance Testing :