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Battery lab testing and the limits of the datasheet

Battery lab testing and the limits of the datasheet

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The values of all these parameters vary with variations in operating conditions such as ambient temperature, discharge profile and charging rate.

As this article shows, the engineer can infer a certain amount of information about the expected performance of a battery system in a real application from specifications contained in the cell’s datasheet. But in many cases the actual usage conditions will deviate substantially from the ideal conditions specified in a cell datasheet. This means that, if a design engineer needs to be certain about the way a battery pack will perform in the field, additional methods of measuring or calculating expected performance will be required.

Read the full article on page 42 of our September digital edition.

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