1. Test A: High -altitude simulation >1. Purpose
Simple air transport in the low -exhaust environment. ;
2. Testing method
At the environmental temperature, the battery was placed at least 6 h under the pressure of not greater than 11.6 kPa.
The battery should have no quality loss, no leakage, non -leak Explosion, no fire.
2. Test B: Heat shock
Methods to evaluate the overallsealing performance
and internal electricity connection performance. > 2, inspection method
The battery was placed at least 6 h at a temperature of 75 C, and then at a 40 C of 1 40 C Place at least 6h under the environment. DifferentThe conversion time of temperature should not exceed 30 min. After 10 cycles of the battery inspection, at least at least
24h at the ambient temperature. The storage time of the large battery at the test temperature should be at least 12h instead of 6h.
This inspection was performed with a battery that had been checked by a high altitude simulation test.
3. Test D: impact
The rough installation of
2, inspection method
The rigid branch of all fixed planes that can be checked by the ability to support the battery will be fixed on the detection equipment on the detection equipment Essence Each of each of the batteries in three
is fixed perpendicular to each other each position has been impacted 3 times in a total of 18 times. See Table 6 for each impact parameter.
This test was performed with a battery used for vibration test. > 3. Requirement
The battery should have no quality loss, no leakage, no release, no short circuit, no breakdown, no explosion, no fire, no fire Essence
The battery extrusion test machine is suitable for simulation of various types of batteries in use, transportation, storage, or processing home waste, the battery is squeezed, The battery does not explode and cannot fire
is qualified as qualified Essence > According to standards:
GB31241-2014 Portable electronic products for lithium ion batteries And Battery Group-Safety Requirements >IOS 8897.4-2008 Part 4 of the original battery: Safety Requirements for Lithium Battery
YD/T 2344.1-2011 Part 1 of the Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Group: Integrated Battery Group > IOS 21966-2008 Safety Requirements
MT/T 1051-2007 Lithium ion Battery for Mine Lights
YD 1268-2003 Mobile Communication mobile phone lithium The safety requirements and test methods of battery and chargers
IOS 19521.11-2005 Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety Safety
YDB 032-2009 Communication Lithium ion Battery Team