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|Impact Mass:||9.1kg||Impact Height:||0~880mm|
|Crossing Bar:||15.8 Mm||Inner Chamber Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Elevating Method:||Motorized||Control Method:||PLC|
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IEC 60086-4 Cylindrical Battery Cells Mechanical Abuse 9.1kg Impact Test Equipment
The battery impact test equipment is used to test battery safety performance through different masses and different impact areas from different height. The battery is verified as qualified on the condition of no flames or explosion after the impact test.
It is confirm to IEC 60086-4: 2014 clause 6.5.2 figure 3, UL1642:2012 clause 14 figure 14.1, UL 2054, UN38.3, GB/T 18287-2013,GB 31241-2014, GB-31241-2014, QB/T2502 and etc.
(The mass can be raised to a height and released to ensure the mass dropping free without inclining and swing)
|Control Method||PLC Touch Screen Control+ Remote Control|
|Crossing Bar Diameter||15.8 mm (Place on central position in cross direction and the heavy bar and steel bar is parallel to battery bottom)|
|Test Room||W300 X D300 X H300mm|
|Internal Material||SUS 304# Stainless steel(thickness 1.0mm compensation and external chamber thickness 80mm)|
|External Material||Cool-Rolled Plate (thickness 1.0mm)|
|Air Vent||150mm, on the top of back of chamber|
|Chamber Gate||Single Door, Viewing Window, cold-rolled door lock|
|Viewing Window Size||390 X 360mm (20mm Dual layer glass explosion proof film)|
|Top/bottom impact surface||Steel Plate|
|Chamber Size||W940 X D780 X H1620mm|
|Power Source||AC 220V, 60Hz|
|Gross Weight||About 250KG|
|Touch Screen Monitoring|
The impact test is applicable to cylindrical cells greater tha 20 mm in diameter.
The test cell or component cell is placed on a flat smooth surface. A stainless steel bar (type 316 or equivalent) with a diameter of 15.8 mm ±0.1 mm and a length of at least 60 mm or of the longest dimension of the cell, whichever is greater, is placed across the centre of the test sample. A mass of 9.1 kg ± 0.1 kg is dropped from a height of 61 cm ± 2.5 cm at the intersection of the bar and the test sample in a controlled manner using a near frictionless, vertical sliding track or chammel with minimal drag on the falling mass. The vertical track or chammel used to guide the falling mass shall be oriented 90 defrees from the horizontal supoorting surface.
The test sample is to be impacted with its longitudinal axis parallel to the flat surface and perpendicular to the longgitufinal axis of the stainless steel bar lying across the centre of the test sample (see figure 3).
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