Servo Computer Battery Crush Test Chamber

The Servo Computer Battery Crush Test Chamber replicates the squeezing of various types of lithium batteries in operation. Create a variety of scenarios that could occur when the battery is squeezed.

Battery test chambers

Lithium-ion battery cells and modules can be tested in BINDER battery test chambers. The dangers of handling lithium-ion batteries are numerous. A proper safety concept must be used by system operators in order to assess the level of risk and counteract it.

Battery Charge/Discharge Test

All types of batteries, including lithium-ion batteries, can be tested in the battery high low temperature test chamber Many safety features have been incorporated into the battery test chamber to ensure a safe testing environment.

Cycle testing, which indicates how many times a battery can be used by examining it until it deteriorates following multiple cycles of charging and discharging, is the method of choice.

According to Fortune Business Insights™, The global lithium market size was USD 4.09 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 8.24 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 9.2% during the forecast period.

Tests based on charging and discharging cycles play a major role in battery testing laboratories. It’s common for the instruments used in this type of examination to undertake battery-draining procedures that can be connected to other instruments.

Electrical System

  • The circuit cabinet’s general arrangement appears to be quite sleek and professional. Our circuits are laid out according to UK standards and come with detailed circuit diagrams. Each line has a distinct code that is well-defined and easy to find when troubleshooting.
  • Schneider from France, Carlo Gavazzi from Switzerland, Mitsubishi from Japan, and Rainbow from Korea are among the electrical components we use.


Crush test on single cells (cylinder, pouch, prismatic cell, etc

Crush Jig:

Hemisphere, semi-cylinder (According to test standard)


  • Available to execute according to any of the Force, Deform, and Voltage, or to mix these three parameters together.
  • Driven by Panasonic Servo Motor, high precision.


•IEC 62133-2017
•UL 1642
•UN 38.3

Pressure Range0-20KN0-50KN
Crush SpeedThe crushing speed can be changed. The first contact point speed during extrusion can be set to 1.5cm/s; the test process speed range is 0.01900mm/min / 0.011.5cm/sec (Adjustable)
Driving MethodElectric Servo Drive
Unit ConversionKg/N/Lb
Crush Range0~300MM
Extrusion Accuracy±0.5%
Extrusion Remaining Time0~99 hours 99 mins 99 secs
Controlling ModeSplit type, computer control
Main Voltage1 channel (control via software interface)
Test Space≥ W300*D300*H300mm
Overall DimensionW1200 X D1100 X H1800 mm
Observation windowLaminated 300*300mm explosion-proof glass with explosion-proof membrane
Power SupplyAC 220V 50HZ
The main control software can simultaneously collect the force, displacement and voltage changes in the extrusion process and make corresponding program control according to the test standard requirements.
Testing Conditions
CommunicationUsing R232, 485 communication interface, ensure the stability and real-time of remote collection, with explosion-proof function
Voltage Acquisition System (Optional)Resolution: 5mv
Acquisition range: 0-60V
Acquisition channels: 2 (multiple channels can be customized as required)
Temperature Acquisition System (Optional)Resolution: 0.1°C

Application field

This battery crush test chamber is used to crush batteries.
This battery testing apparatus simulates battery crushing circumstances and displays the comminution result.
It also includes great security features like an explosion-proof pressure relief system, a smoke exhaust device, and an explosion-proof chain.

• Ability to execute based on any of force, deform, or voltage, or a combination of these three elements.
• Semi-cylinder, hemisphere crush jig (according to test standard).

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