Crush test chamber BE-6045D series
for batteryon casters

crush test chamber
crush test chamber
crush test chamber
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on casters

1,800 mm (70.87 in)


1,200 mm (47.2 in)


1,100 mm (43 in)


DGBELL’s Servo Computer Battery Crush Test Chamber simulates the situation in which various types of lithium batteries are squeezed during use. Artificially present different conditions that may occur when the battery is squeezed. Description Application: Single-cell crush test (cylinder, pouch, prismatic cell, etc) Crush Jig: Semi-cylinder, hemisphere (According to test standard) Main Features • Driven by Panasonic Servo Motor, high accuracy. • Available to execute according to any of the Force, Deform and Voltage, or combine these 3 factors together. Standards • IEC 62133-2017 • UL 1642 • UN 38.3 • GB 31241 Performance parameters: Crush Speed: The crush speed is adjustable. The speed of the first contact point during extrusion can be set to 1.5cm/s; the speed range of the test process is 0.01~900mm/min / 0.01~1.5cm/sec (Adjustable) Driving Method: Electric Servo Drive Unit Conversion: Kg/N/Lb Crush Range: 0~300MM Extrusion Accuracy: ±0.5% Extrusion Remaining Time: 0~99 hours 99 mins 99 secs Controlling Mode: Split type, computer control Main Voltage1 channel (control via software interface) Test Space: ≥ W300*D300*H300mm Observation window: Laminated 300*300mm explosion-proof glass with explosion-proof membrane Power Supply: AC 220V 50HZ The main control software can simultaneously collect the force, displacement and voltage changes in the extrusion process and make corresponding program control according to the test standard requirements. Testing Conditions Communication: Using R232, 485 communication interface, ensure the stability and real-time of remote collection, with explosion-proof function
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