NH Research 9220 Series Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System

NH Research 9220 Series Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System

Product Overview:

Automated Characterization, Power Cycling, & Life-Cycle Testing of Low Voltage/High Current Batteries
  • Single output up to 40V/3,600A/72kW per system
  • Parallel expansion up to 7,200A
  • Built-in digital measurements including Ah & kWh
  • Multiple safety layers to protect battery/DUT
  • SCPI, VXI-11, & LabVIEW control via LAN interface
  • NI-Compliant LabVIEW Drivers
  • 87% efficiency returning discharge power to facility
  • Crane/hoist lifting hangers & robust casters

 

 

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The 9220 Dual Bay Series Test System is designed for testing all battery chemistries including lead-acid, lead-cadmium, and other low voltage, high current, large format batteries (LFB) typically used in energy storage systems (ESS). The system is bi-directional requiring no additional equipment to charge or discharge the unit-under-test (UUT). Additionally, the built-in measurement system eliminates external measurement devices by providing time-stamped digital readings for voltage, current, power as well as Ah and kWh.

Advantages

  • Low voltage/high current cycler
  • Designed for testing all battery chemistries including:
    – Lead-acid
    – Lead-cadmium
    – Other low voltage, high current batteries
  • Multiple safety layers to protect battery/DUT

Benefits

  • Bi-directional system requiring no additional equipment to charge or discharge the unit-under-test (UUT)
  • The built-in measurement system eliminates external measurement devices
  • Regenerative, recycles up to 87% discharge power back to the facility
  • System cabinet features for easy installation

 

 

9220 Series Dual Bay Specifications

Model # 9220-4904-48 9220-4904-60 9220-4904-72
Voltage 0.012V/s – 80V/ms 0.012V/s – 80V/ms 0.012V/s – 80V/ms
Current 0.68A/s – 12Ak/ms 0.85A/s – 15Ak/ms 1.02A/s – 18Ak/ms
Power 8W/s – 32kW/ms 10W/s – 40kW/ms 12W/s – 48kW/ms
Resistance 2.5mΩ/s – 8.4Ω/ms 2.0mΩ/s – 6.7Ω/ms 1.7mΩ/s – 5.6Ω/ms