Aircraft battery test system

  • 30-Jun-2008 08:43 EDT


Intepro Systems' IBT700 system tests batteries by performing charge and discharge cycles while monitoring, in real time, key battery parameters including overall battery voltage, individual cell voltage, and internal temperature. The system may be supplied as single or dual modules for test cycling one or two batteries. Test results may be logged for future analysis, and the system can also perform data transmission and interrogation of intelligent systems. The system simulates battery conditions including battery for flight, battery for storage or shipping, stored battery maintenance, decommission of failed battery, passive battery test, and battery capacity measurement. Test results will be shown on the screen, may be printed in various formats, and also may be recorded in a database for later analysis.

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