Mobile Plug&Test Lab for electrical energy storage systems
The market for electric vehicles is on the move, and the pressure to innovate in the e-mobility sector is increasing rapidly. As a result, the demand for quickly available test solutions for standard temperature and climate tests of lithium-ion batteries for vehicles is correspondingly high. With the Plug&Test Lab, Weiss Technik and DSA have developed a mobile solution for standard-compliant testing that meets all the necessary safety requirements.
Mobile, efficient and multifunctional:
The mobile test container, designed as a Plug&Test system, is suitable for expanding existing test capacities, as a replacement for test systems that have failed at short notice or as a cost-effective set-up for new test locations such as start-up companies. It offers the highest level of testing comfort and safety equipment in accordance with Hazard Level 6. Thus, it not only covers a wide range of tests for high-voltage batteries, but also relieves your own personnel.
Large test spectrum on a small footprint
Fully equipped with climate control technology, the Plug&Test Lab can handle temperatures from -40 to +80 °C with a temperature change rate of 3 K/min. and humidity levels from 10 to 95%. Thus, the container masters short end-of-line tests and prototype tests as well as long-term tests. Even own test scenarios can be programmed after a short introduction. At the same time, the test editor and test tools enable a wide variety of electrical and physical tests of the battery management system and individual components. All services take place within the compact 40-series container, which nevertheless offers enough space inside for a complete test laboratory including a test chamber, a battery charging/discharging unit, for measurement technology as well as test stand automation and cooling water coordination.
Tests and standards
The test editor and the test tools of the compact test system are designed to perform a wide variety of electrical and physical tests on the batteries, the battery management system and individual components. These include, for example, tests for charge and discharge cycles, simulation of different climatic conditions or entire seasons, driver and load profiles, and insulation and leak tests. All data can be easily read out and fed directly into a database or made available for further processing and analysis purposes.