Battery Certification

Batteries Prod supports you in obtaining the necessary certifications for your batteries in different activity sector. Our expertise and know-how allow us to certify your prototypes according to your needs.

IEC 62133-2:2017 Tests

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The IEC 62133-2:2017 standard is considered the reference standard for battery safety. Compliance with this standard allows to:

  • Ensure that lithium-ion batteries are safe for the consumer.
  • Identify safety risks and reduce the risk of accidents.
  • Identify potential quality problems thus allowing the improvement in design and product performance.
  • Differentiate products from the competition.
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7.2.8. Temperature Test
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7.3.2 External Short Circuit
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7.3.6 Vibration Test
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8.3.3 Free Fall

UN38.3 Tests

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The transport of lithium-ion electric batteries, designated as « Dangerous materials » by the United Nations, is subject to specific regulations. A UN38.3 test report is often a prerequisite for international transport.

T1 – Altitude Test:T1 – Altitude Test: Simulation of conditions encountered during air transport.
T2 – Thermal Test:T2 – Thermal Test: Simulation of rapid and extreme temperature variations from -2°C to +75°C.
T3 – Vibration Test:T3 – Vibration Test: Simulation of different types of vibrations the battery may be subjected to during transport.
T4 – Shock Test:T4 – Shock Test: Simulation of impacts the battery may be subjected to during transport.
T5 – Short Circuit Test:T5 – Short Circuit Test: Simulation of an internal or external short circuit.
T6 – Impact Test:T6 – Impact Test: Simulation of an impact on the battery.
T7 – Overload Test:T7 – Overload Test: Simulation of a battery overload and evaluation of its reaction.
T8 – Forced Discharge Test:T8 – Forced Discharge Test: Test of the battery's ability to withstand forced discharge.

ECE R.100 Approval

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ECE R.100 Rev.3 certification is one of the main European requirements for the approval of electric road vehicles. The abuse and safety tests carried out consist of deliberately pushing the batteries to their limits to check their resistance and ensure their safety.

9A: Vibration tests

9B: Thermal shock and thermal cycling test

9C: Mechanical shock

9D: Mechanical integrity

9E: Fire resistance

9F: Protection against external short circuits

9G: Overcharge protection

9H: Overdischarge protection

9I: Overheat protection

9J: Overcurrent protection

Waterproof Tests
IP Rating

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IP ratings (or 'Ingress Protection') define the battery compartment's ability to protect against water, dust, and debris. A two-digit classification is established based on the products' resistance to solid body penetration (first digit from 0 to 6) and liquid (second digit from 0 to 8). Several solutions exist to achieve waterproof batteries (IP 65 to 67).

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