It covers standardization/product certification, battery function, performance, safety and reliability design/analysis to provide the ultimate solutions on quality, safety and reliability for Ampace customers.

  • It is equipped with advanced instruments and methodologies that support the testing validation, and characterization of raw materials, components, battery cell, battery module, and battery pack as well as application systems. The lab has been certified with CNAS/ISO17025 and IATF16949 standards.

  • The battery reliability analysis/prediction is carried out by breaking down the system into sub-systems (electro-chemical, electrical/electronic, and mechanical), and then to key components. The reliability life prediction is achieved by in-depth analysis of failure mechanisms at the key component level together with the life prediction algorithm and accelerated aging tests.

  • Product safety is Ampace’s core competence. Zero safety incident in the market is our ultimate target. This is achieved thru the effective identification of product safety risks in early stages of product development, and the development and implementation of ultimate safety technologies before product launch into market.

  • Ensure Ampace product solutions meet the standard and certification requirements of various regions, participate and lead the development of industry standards at national and international levels

Build a world class battery laboratory

A comprehensive battery testing & validation center, covering raw materials, battery cells, PCBA, battery module, battery pack, and customer systems

  • 3 million+
  • 30000
  • 2500 +
  • 2.4 w+
  • 10000 +
  • 28 standards

Materials laboratory:  is equipped with the capabilities of physical and chemical/electro-chemical analysis of raw materials, electrolytes, auxiliary materials, slurries, electrodes, etc., ICP, SEM, X-ray CT, Raman, FT-IR, are the few advanced instruments among many others that provide capabilities of 100+ analysis items to provide full supports for material R&D, battery development, and product quality control.

Functional laboratory:  it provides full range of testing capability on precision, power consumption, functional simulation, charge and discharge management, fault diagnosis, algorithm (SoX, equalization), UI, Web, App and other functional verification, with 3000+ test cases.

Performance laboratory:  it provides full range of testing capabilities on cycle, storage, high and low temperature, magnification, DCR and other tests.

Safety laboratory: a class A facility with the ability to meet all requirements of UL\IEC\UN\GB\ISTA and other domestic and foreign standards, currently covers ~ 50+ testing items for safety\abuse\reliability.

EMC laboratory:  is capable of consumer-grade and automotive-grade EMC testing, covers the test standards include general standards IEC61000-6-X series, ECE_R_10, CISPR25, ISO11452, ISO7637 and other series.

System testing laboratory: it simulates the final customer usage or provides installation level tests (α&β tests) with capabilities covering e-bike/e-motor, photovoltaic (PV), and energy storage (residential, commercial/industrial, UPS, TBS etc.), PCS, as well as combinations of PV, PCS and battery packs.

Embedded in the integrated product development process (IPD),efficient validation for a closed loop of the test plan and the smooth delivery of the project.

Precise analysis of customer needs, with the V-model concept to develop a comprehensive coverage of "system → subsystem → component" test verification program.

Achieve the high efficiency or low cost through the test path optimization and automation technology.

Provide agile and responsive service through one-stop solution on testing related technical requirements, in-process analysis, and equipment resources.

  • Build a holistic test plan by including detailed customer requirements + FMEA analysis + application scenario + failure from similar products in the past. There are 3000+ test cases among different stages of testing (white/black/gray-box test), in a tempt to achieve 100% coverage of all possible cases.

    Typical technique

    Multi-level BMS testing technology
    Wireless/Web/App testing technology
    Development of Hil and MiL testing technology

  • A highly automated testing system has being established through the development of the three major platforms: embedded HW/SW design, C# automation, and Python test data management.

    Typical technique

    Customer made BMS tester
    Smart BMS tester for mass production testing
    One-click automated test platform

  • Developed a quantitative analysis and prediction for Ampace products through a five-step method (or DIMOV)

    Typical technique

    Reliability model development and prediction
    System-level warranty analysis and strategy
    Data analysis and prediction based on field data

  • A safety analysis and design of full life cycle is achieved by using systematic safety analysis methods including environmental profile analysis, FMEA, CTS/CTR, FTA, 5A, etc.

    Typical technique

    Safety risk analysis and quantification
    In depth study of failure mechanism
    Development of safety specification and standards

Electrical performance test
Functional testing
Safety test
Reliability test
Intrinsic/Active/Passive Safety ProtectionCharacteristic safety design of the whole product line
  • Highly safe and stable materials
    Stringent process control for particles

  • 24h real-time status monitoring
    Warning for safety event

  • Inhibit the spread of thermal runaway,
    Avoiding combustion

Li—ion battery is a complex system, and its reliability target should be set for each sub-system

The battery system can be broken down to subsystems of electrical/electronic, mechanical, and electrochemical

  • Evaluate the reliability of EE parts in series tests considering multi-factors (such as voltage, current, temperature, humidity et al) in the typical environments that simulate the actual degradation process of BMS.

  • Based on the principle of fatigue damage equivalent, convert the measured road spectrum load into PSD conversion acceleration, and evaluate the mechanical reliability of the product by simulating the actual working conditions using a vibration table.

  • Based on the mechanisms of cyclic and storage degradation, establish a capacity degradation attenuation model according to the principle of cumulative damage, and combine it with actual usage conditions to achieve quantitative assessment of the product’s lifespan.

Standards and certifications

IEC 62619
IEC 60950-1
IEC 62477-1/-2
VDE AR-E 2510-50
EN 50604-1
IEC 62133-2
AIS 156
IS 16046
Q/ZTT 2235.1
GB/T 36276
GB/T 36672
GB/T 36972
YD/T 2344.1
KC 62133-2
UL 1973/FCC
UL 9540A
UL 60950-1
UL 62368-1
UL 2580
UL 2271
IEC 62619
IEC 62040-1/-2
IEC 62477-1
IEC 62620
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