NEW! Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System – 9220 Series from NH Research, Inc.

For automated characterization, power cycling, & life-cycle testing of low voltage/high current batteries.

NEW! Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System - 9220 Series

from NH Research, Inc.

For automated characterization, power cycling, & life-cycle testing of low voltage/high current batteries.

IRVINE, Calif. - Sept. 10, 2016 - PRLog -- NH Research, Inc. (NHR) has released its NEW 9220 Series Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System (Dual Bay). This 9220 Series Dual Bay 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.

Unlike typical high-current systems which convert battery discharge power into waste heat, the 9220 Series Dual Bay Test System converts up to 87% of the battery discharge power into usable electrical power that precisely matches the facility's AC line. This process, called regeneration, results in lower operating costs, reduces air-conditioning usage, eliminates expensive water cooling systems, and often provides enough savings to payback the entire system within a few years.

Contact NHR (http://nhresearch.com/nh-research-inc/contact-nh-research-inc/) for further details on the Low Voltage/High Current Battery Charge/Discharge Test System - 9220 Series (http://nhresearch.com/power-electronics-test-systems-and-instruments/battery-simulator-testing/low-voltage-high-current-battery-charge-discharge-test-system-9220-series/) and related battery testing solutions.

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