Battery Test Systems

The Intepro’s battery test systems are configurable systems designed to test the new Lithium Ion and other high power density batteries and chargers. Combining high resolution, high powered charge and discharge systems, the Intepro IBT line of battery testers link to the battery management through the bus communication and fail-safe external monitoring of key battery parameters.

The Intepro IBT battery test system includes the PowerStar 5 test executive making the system ideal for characterization, production or depot test. Systems are scalable for single or multiple batteries. Test results may be logged for future analysis and the system can also perform data transmission and interrogation of intelligent systems.


Battery Simulator Test System

Battery simulators replace the vehicle battery in the test environment. These sources have to fulfil various criteria concerning power rating, voltage, slew-rate, impedance, etc. depending on the particular application.

The B2010 is a programmable DC Source similar to a power amplifier which has been designed generally for use within the automotive industry. With it's very low output impedance it is an ideal battery simulator. The voltage sensing circuitry within the amplifier helps to regulate the voltage, thus keeping the apparent output impedance even lower.
The simulator can be programmed manually or driven by an arbitrary signal to simulate real-life battery conditions. A 0 - 6v differential input signal can control the 0 - 60v output voltage.

  • Up to 60V operation allows the simulator to be used for 12V, 24V and 42V vehicle systems
  • 16KW continuous operation without any external cooling required
  • Decaying battery tests
  • Fast dips and dropouts
  • Battery cranking tests

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E2010 Ethernet Controller. The Web based Interactive control allows the user to interactively control all the Test Systems Hardware via the embedded web server. There is a simple send/receive utility or routines can be setup.

E2010 Ripple Card. The basic function of the Ripple card is to measure the output ripple and noise from Power Supplies. This is available as an RE2010 module which is for a 6U high rack or as a 1U standalone Ethernet Instrument.

ML1800 Loads. The ML1800 6-slot modular load series is an ideal solution for testing of today’s sophisticated power supplies, batteries, adaptors and converters. The 1800 watt chassis fits up to 6 modules. Modules come in 300W and 600W versions and rated up to 80 or 500 volts.

The AFV Series. The AFV Series are programmable AC power sources that have numerous applications from Transformer and Product Life Cycle Tests to consumer applications and electronic motor tests. The AFV series has a programmable output voltage and frequency, with four operational modes: generic,step change, gradual change and curve change simulation.