Our IGBT battery testing series is especially designed for huge battery packs: EV battery packs, stationary storage battery packs, etc. Neware IGBT battery tester could be customised both in voltage and current output ranges.
3-phase AC 208V/380V/415V 4 lines(L1, L2, L3, E), Neware IGBT is adaptable world-widely. And it’s born with back-to-grid technology.
Parallel mode supported, you can combine 2 channels to double the current output. Neware IGBT supports the popular BMS systems in the market. By working with aux channels, it can integrate the BMS data with testing data.
- Cost effective and super high output battery testing
- Energy saving – back-to-grid technology for less heat and more energy savings
- Easy maintenance – easier to assemble and maintain
- From 10kw to 300kw – from 60V200A to 900V600A
Risk Disclaimer for Supplying Battery Testing Equipment
Battery testing involves inherent risks and can be hazardous. All testing equipment should only be operated by qualified and trained personnel who understand the risks involved and how to mitigate them. Before operating, it is important to read and understand the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
By operating the battery test equipment, you acknowledge that you understand and assume the risks involved in battery testing, including but not limited to: electric shock, moving parts, heat, fire, noise, chemicals, explosion and other potential hazards. You also acknowledge that you are responsible for wearing appropriate safety equipment, such as protective clothing, helmets, goggles, earplugs, and gloves.
You understand that the use of battery test equipment may result in injury, disability, or death, and that you release the manufacturer, seller, and any related parties from any and all liability for any damages or injuries that may occur as a result of operating the equipment.
By operating battery test equipment, you acknowledge that you have read and understand this risk disclaimer and that you assume all risks associated with operating the equipment.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the operation of the equipment, please consult with a qualified professional before use.
Thank you for your attention to this important safety information.