To meet the automotive test standard LV 124, the lithium-ion batteries have to pass a variety of temperature tests.
ClimeEvent climatic test chambers were modified according to customer specifications for the diverse climatic tests according to automotive test standard LV 124.
The TempEvent temperature cabinets for testing according to the automotive test standard LV 124 are specially tailored to customer requirements and have open interfaces that can control customer equipment and receive data from it.
The corrosion resistance of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles is tested using salt spray tests.
Salt, condensation and changing temperatures - the climate change corrosion test chamber tests lithium-ion batteries under the harshest conditions.
To ensure that lithium-ion batteries can be transported by air, they must be subjected to a negative pressure test.
Vibration tests are carried out to investigate the material properties and the function of the energy storage devices in driving operation.
The splash water test checks the tightness of batteries or entire battery packs.
How energy storage units react to a shock-like cooling by cold water is tested in the surge water test.
Lithium-ion batteries are subjected to protection type tests to check dust protection and tightness.
High-voltage batteries for electric vehicles must be tested for their functionality when suddenly immersed in cold water.
Heat, cold, humidity, wind and dust: in the world's largest battery test center, energy storage devices undergo a wide variety of environmental simulations.