Measure heat release under isothermal conditions during charge/discharge protocols. Designed for cylindrical cells.
The IBC provides accurate and easy testing of heat output from charging and discharging a single battery.
Heat occurring during the charging and discharging of batteries is largely due to their internal impedance. Characterisation of this heat at different operating temperatures is vital for efficient thermal mangement of cells in packs or modules.
Isothermal calorimeters have higher sensitivity that adiabatic calorimeters. Their temperature range is limited and they are not appropriate for safety abuse testing when battery disintegration or high temperatures may result.
Cell format: Cylindrical
Quantify heat release...
Measure change of heat release with...
• Chemistry modification • Applied load
1.5 AH Lithium Battery Charge and Discharge Cycle 1A
|Max Temperature (°C)||80|
|Min Temperature (°C)||-5|
|Temperature Stability (°C)||0.002|
|Refrigerated recirculator required||No|
|Calorimeter chamber diameter (mm)||35 (customisable)|
|Calorimeter chamber depth (mm)||70 (customisable)|
|Number of sample chambers||1|
|Number of reference chambers||0|
under controlled ambient conditions
|Max heat detection||9W|
|Min Current||Defined by cycler|
|Current resolution||Defined by cycler|
|Internal wiring (force)||8 ga (3.3mm)|
|Internal wiring (sense)||20 ga (0.8mm)|
|Heat capacity measurement capability||Yes|
|Heat cut out||Yes|
|External cycler terminals||Yes|
|16 position Multipoint option||No|
|Footprint (Width x Height x Depth)||10 x 12 x 16 inch
25 x 30 x 41 cm
*Specification above subject to change
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