How to create test profile of lithium-ion battery in the fast and reliable way?

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  1. Zoegabh Registered Member

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    Dear All,,

    I have question about testing a lithium-ion battery,
    I would like to test capacity, internal resistance, and temperature in the fast way. I tried it with default pogram of cadex(auto), but it takes to much time. it takes almost 4 hours each battery.
    Thats why i try to find out the fast and reliable procedure, at least less than 1 hours to test it(capacity, internal resistance, and temperature). I realized to get capacity i have to fully charging and discharging. and those 2 things is time consuming. but i havent found the other way to find the capacity in the fast way.

    I need the Idea for create this test profile, do you all have any idea about the way to test in the fast and reliable? or the well known device to test battery? now i am using cadex and astratec. And one more question what should I concerning to find the test profile? because we know all each battery have different characteristic.


    Thank you very much,,
     
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  3. cuckor Registered Member

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    I just interested on how to test computer or laptop battery capacity,
     
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  5. brokenpower Registered Senior Member

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    I'm not sure of a way of testing lithium-ion batteries other than simple D-Guages and a thermo strip... but there should be a way for you to calibrate your battery through the BIOS of the laptop your using... for instance my laptop (an Asus) has an actual option "Calibrate Current PS"

    There may be programs that let you do it as well, good luck.
     
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