Lithium Batteries

Lithium-Ion Battery Testing, Certification, and Validation

The market for lithium-ion batteries is expected expand to more than $87 billion by 2027. Lithium batteries have higher energy density and lower discharge rate compared to nickel-metal hydride and lead acid batteries—and costs continue to drop. With more advantages than traditional batteries, a wide range of industries rely on lithium batteries, including automotive (particularly in the electric vehicle sub-sector), aerospace, defense, and medical, telecommunications, industrial, and consumer electronics. To ensure batteries are properly tested and safe to operate in real-world scenarios for the above industries, NTS conducts robust testing.

  • Altitude
  • Submersion
  • Salt Spray
  • Humidity
  • Thermal Vacuum
  • Dust
  • Fungus
  • Vibration
  • Shock
  • Drop
  • External Short Circuit
  • Impact
  • Seismic
  • Penetration
  • Overcharge
  • RF Emissions
  • RF Immunities
  • Export Electrical Transients
  • Imported Electrical Transients
  • Imbalanced Charging
  • Charge/Discharge Cycling
  • Forced Discharge
  • Limit Power Source
  • Steady Force
  • Mold Stress Relief
  • Enclosure Integrity
  • Continuous Charging
  • Dielectric Voltage Withstand
  • Insulation Resistance
  • Continuity
  • Fault Analysis
  • CT Scanning
  • Pack Construction
  • HV Exposure
  • Hazardous Monitoring
  • Abuse Testing
  • Puncture
  • Crush
  • Heating
  • Fire exposure
  • Enclosure Integrity
  • Battery Design
  • Construction
  • Chemical Composition
  • Performance
  • Ampacity
  • Application
  • Rollover
  • Thermal Stability
  • Separator Shutdown
  • Passive Propagation

With the world’s top testing experts working on your product, you can take comfort in knowing that NTS tests to industry standards, including IEC 62133, UN/DOT 38.3, UL 2054, UL 2580, UL 1642, IEC 62660, ISO 12405, SAE J2380, SAE J2464, SAE J2929, and more. Take a moment to speak to a testing expert—and learn how to get your product to market quickly.

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A Rigorous Approach to Safety

To ensure safety, NTS provides a thorough evaluation to determine the risk of hazards to personnel and physical infrastructure during testing. Prior to testing, therefore, the safety team assesses the product chemistry type, construction (cell, pack, and rack), enclosure type, size, weight, ampacity, and maximum voltage. These data are evaluated within the context of the size and weight of the battery packs to determine if internal thermal monitoring is incorporated into the pack design. This is used during battery testing as an early warning detection of an internal fault condition, which allows NTS to address safety concern well in advance of a serious event.  This information is then used to determine which facility may be best equipped to perform the testing safely in the event of an anticipated fault condition. Call us today at (800)270-2516—and learn how we will take every precaution to ensure safety during your test experience.


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