UN transport test (UN-DOT 38.3) for lithium-ion batteries
e battery systems carries out tests for UN-DOT 38.3 requirements to ensure the safety of lithium-ion batteries during transport.
Almost all lithium batteries must meet the requirements of Section 38.3 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria (UN Transport Tests). e battery systems can test for conformity with the specifications of the UN transport requirements and thus avoid costly delays.
Tests 1 to 8 of this specification are part of the full range of services from e battery systems:
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Certification IEC 62133 testing and CB certification
e battery systems tests cells and batteries in accordance with IEC 62133 and issues a CB certificate for this. The CB scheme (CB scheme) was set up by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) to simplify the approval and international trade in electrotechnical products.
For the CB certification of products that contain batteries, it may be necessary that they are certified according to IEC 62133.
The IEC 62133 distinguishes between nickel and lithium-ion cells or batteries. Depending on the cell chemistry and whether cell or battery, different tests must be carried out within the framework of the IEC 62133 approval.
For lithium-ion cells and batteries, IEC 62133 includes the following individual tests:
Depending on whether a cell or a battery pack is to be tested and certified according to IEC 62133, selected tests must be carried out with several test items.
If you are looking for a competent partner who can quickly and professionally carry out the testing and CB certification according to IEC 62133 for you, talk to us!
Certificates for batteries
Mobile devices are an indispensable part of both business and pleasure today. Battery safety, efficiency and reliability play a key role.
We test and certify virtually all available battery products - including lithium-ion battery cells and packs, chargers and adapters - according to major international, national and regional regulations, including: