Battery Testing Equipment for Lithium Metal and Lithium Ion Batteries Testing

In order to ensure the safety of air transportation and meet the transportation needs of customers for goods containing lithium batteries, According to the relevant provisions of the IATA “Dangerous Goods Regulations”, The rechargeable lithium battery operation specification, that is, the test of UN 38. 3 (UNDOT), has been formulated. According to the requirements of civil aviation regulations, airlines and airport cargo collection and transportation departments should review the transportation documents of lithium batteries, and the most important thing is the UN 38.3 safety test report of each type of lithium battery. The report can be provided by a third-party testing agency designated by civil aviation or by a battery manufacturer with testing capabilities. If this test report cannot be provided, civil aviation will prohibit the transportation of lithium batteries by air.

UN 38.3 refers to Clause 38.3 of Part 3 of the United Nations Manual of Tests and Criteria for the Transport of Dangerous Goods specially formulated by the United Nations for the transportation of dangerous goods, that is, It requires lithium batteries to be transported through altitude simulation, thermal test, vibration Test, shock test, 55 ℃ external short circuit, impact/crush test, overcharge test, forced discharge test, in order to ensure the safety of lithium battery transportation. If the lithium battery is not installed with the equipment, and each package contains more than 24 cells or 12 batteries, Then it must also pass the 1.2 meters free drop test

UN 38.3 List of New and Old Versions of Batteries or Cell Quantities and Condition Requirements
Chemical Type Test Method Cell Battery
Rev.4 Version Rev.5 Version Rev.4 Version Rev.5 Version
Lithium Ion T1 Altitude Simulation 10 pcs first fully charged state, 10 pcs first fully discharged state. 10 pcs first fully charged state 4pcs first fully charged state, 4pcs fully discharged state for the first time. 4pcs fully charged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles, 4pcs in fully discharged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles Small Battery → 4pcs first fully charged state, 4pcs fully charged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. Large Battery → 2pcs first fully charged state, 2pcs fully charged state after 25 charge-discharge cycles.
T2 Thermal Test
T3 Vibration Test
T4 Shock Test
T5 External Short Circuit
T6 Impact/ Crush Test 5pcs at 50% state of charge for the first time, and 5pcs at fully discharged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10 pcs cells instead. 5pcs at 50% state of charge for the first time, For prismatic cells, each group uses 10 pcs cells instead. Use the cell test inside the battery, 5pcs first 50% battery state, 5 pcs in fully discharged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10pcs cells instead. Use the cell test inside the battery, 5pcs first 50% battery state, For prismatic cells, each group uses 10pcs cells instead.
T7 Overcharge Test 4pcs fully charged state for the first time. 4pcs fully charged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. Small Battery → 4pcs first fully charged state; 4pcs fully charged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. Large Battery → 2pcs first fully charged state; 2pcs fully charged state after 25 charge-discharge cycles.
T8 Forced Discharge 10pcs fully discharged state for the first time, 10pcs fully discharged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles. 10pcs fully discharged state for the first time, 10pcs fully discharged state after 50 charge-discharge cycles.
Lithium Metal T1 Altitude Simulation 10 pcs undischarged state, 10 pcs fully discharged state. 10 pcs undischarged state, 10 pcs fully discharged state. 4 pcs undischarged state, 4 pcs fully discharged state. 4 pcs undischarged state, 4 pcs fully discharged state.
T2 Thermal Test
T3 Vibration Test
T4 Shock Test
T5 External Short Circuit
T6 Impact/ Crush Test 5pcs undischarged state, 5pcs fully discharged state. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10 pcs cells instead. 5pcs undischarged state, 5pcs fully discharged state. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10 pcs cells instead. Use the cell test inside the battery, 5pcs undischarged state, 5pcs fully discharged state. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10pcs cells instead. Use the cell test inside the battery, 5pcs undischarged state, 5pcs fully discharged state. For prismatic cells, each group uses 10pcs cells instead.
T7 Overcharge Test
T8 Forced Discharge 10pcs fully discharged state 10pcs fully discharged state
Battery Testing Equipment for Lithium Metal and Lithium Ion Batteries Testing
This test simulates air transport under low-pressure conditionsAltitude SimulationProcedure
Test cells and batteries shall be stored at a pressure of 11.6 kPa or less for at least six hours at ambient temperature (20°C ±5°C)
Cells and batteries meet this requirement if there is no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure. The requirement relating to voltage is not applicable to test cells and batteries at fully discharged states.
This test assesses cell and battery seal integrity and internal electrical connections. The test is conducted using rapid and extreme temperature changes.Thermal Test
Test cells and batteries are to be stored for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to 72°C ±2 °C, followed by storage for at least six hours at a test temperature equal to -40°C ±2 °C. The maximum time interval between test temperature extremes is 30 minutes. This procedure is to be repeated until 10 total cycles are complete, after which all test cells and batteries are to be stored for 24 hours at ambient temperature (20°C ±5°C). For large cells and batteries the duration of exposure to the test temperature extremes should be at least 12 hours.
Cells and batteries meet this requirement if there is no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure. The requirement relating to voltage is not applicable to test cells and batteries at fully discharged states.
This test simulates vibration during transport. Vibration Test
Cells and batteries are firmly secured to the platform of the vibration machine without distorting the cells in such a manner as to faithfully transmit the vibration. The vibration shall be a sinusoidal waveform with a logarithmic sweep between 7 Hz and 200 Hz and back to 7 Hz traversed in 15 minutes. This cycle shall be repeated 12 times for a total of 3 hours for each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell. One of the directions of vibration must be perpendicular to the terminal face.
The logarithmic frequency sweep shall differ for cells and batteries with a gross mass of not more than 12 kg (cells and small batteries), and for batteries with a gross mass of more than 12 kg (large batteries)
For cells and small batteries: from 7Hz a peak acceleration of l gn is maintained until 18Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8 mm (16 mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 8 gn occurs (approximately 50 Hz). A peak acceleration of 8 gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200 Hz.
For large batteries: from 7 Hz to a peak acceleration of l gn is maintained until 18 Hz is reached. The amplitude is then maintained at 0.8 mm (1.6 mm total excursion) and the frequency increased until a peak acceleration of 2 gn occurs (approximately 25 Hz). A peak acceleration of 2 gn is then maintained until the frequency is increased to 200 Hz.
Cells and batteries meet this requirement if there is no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire during the test and after the test and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or battery directly after testing in its third perpendicular mounting position is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure. The requirement relating to voltage is not applicable to test cells and batteries at fully discharged states.
This test simulates possible impacts during transport. Shock Test
Test cells and batteries shall be secured to the testing machine by means of a rigid mount which will support all mounting surfaces of each test battery. Each cell or battery shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 150 gn and pulse duration of 6 milliseconds. Each cell or battery shall be subjected to three shocks in the positive direction followed by three shocks in the negative direction of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell or battery for a total of 18 shocks.
However, large cells and large batteries shall be subjected to a half-sine shock of peak acceleration of 50 gn and pulse duration of 11 milliseconds. Each cell or battery is subjected to three shocks in the positive direction followed by three shocks in the negative direction of each of three mutually perpendicular mounting positions of the cell for a total of I8 shocks.
Cells and batteries meet this requirement if there is no leakage, no venting, no disassembly, no rupture and no fire and if the open circuit voltage of each test cell or batte1y after testing is not less than 90% of its voltage immediately prior to this procedure. The requirement relating to voltage is not applicable to test cells and batteries at fully discharged states.
This test simulates an external short circuit.External Short Circuit
The cell or battery to be tested shall be tempera1ure stabilized so that its external case temperature reaches 55℃ ±2°C and then the cell or battery shall be subjected to a short circuit condition with a total external resistance of less than 0.1 ohm at 55±2°C. This short circuit condition is continued for at least one hour after the cell or battery external case temperature has returned to 55°C ±2°C.
Cells and batteries meet this requirement if their external temperature does not exceed 170 °C and there is no disassembly, no rupture and no fire during the test and within six hours after the test.
These tests simulate mechanical abuse from an impact or crush that may result in an internal short circuit.Impact / Crush
Test Procedure → Impact Test (applicable to cylindrical cells greather than 20mm in diamater) → The sample cell or component cell is to be placed on a flat smooth surface. A 15.8mm ±0.1mm diameter, at least 6 cm long, or the longest dimension of the cell, whichever is greater, Type 316 stainless steel bar is to be placed across the centre of the sample.
A 9.1 kg ±0.1 kg mass is to be dropped from a height of 61cm ±2.5 cm at the intersection of the bar and sample in a controlled manner using a near frictionless, vertical sliding track or channel with minimal drag on the falling mass. The vertical track or channel used to guide the falling mass shall be oriented 90 degrees from the horizontal supporting surface.
The test sample is to be impacted with its longitudinal axis parallel to the flat surface and perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the 15.8mm ±0.1mm diameter curved surface lying across the centre of the test sample. Each sample is to be subjected to only a single impact.
Test Procedure → Crush Test (applicable to prismatic, pouch,coin/button cells and cylindricalcells not more than 20 mm in diameter) → A cell or component cell is to be crushed between two flat surfaces. The crushing is to be gradual with a speed of approximately 1.5 cm/s at the first point of contact. The crushing is to be continued until the first of the three options below is reached.
(a) The applied force reaches 13 kN ±0.78 kN; Example: The force shall be applied by a hydraulic ram with a 32 mm diameter piston until a pressure of 17 MPa is reached on the hydraulic ram.|(b)The voltage of the cell drops by at least 100 mV or|(c)The cell is deformed by 50% or more of its original thickness.
Once the maximum pressure has been obtained, the voltage drops by 100 mV or more, or the cell is deformed by at least 50% of its original thickness, the pressure shall be released.
A prismatic or pouch cell shall be crushed by applying the force to the widest side. A button/coin cell shall be crushed by applying the force on its flat surfaces. For cylindrical cells, the crush force shall be applied perpendicular to the longitudinal axis.
Each test cell or component cell is to be subjected to one crush only.The test sample shall be observed for a further 6 hours. The test shall be conducted using test cells or component cells that have not previously been subjected to other tests.
Cells and component cells meet this requirement if their external temperature does not exceed 170 °C and there is no disassembly and no fire during the test and within six hours after this test.
This test evaluates the ability of a rechargeable battery to withstand an overcharge condition.Overcharge Test
The charge current shall be twice the manufacturer’s recommended maximum continuous charge current. The minimum voltage of the test shall be as follows:
(a)when the manufacturer’s recommended charge voltage is not more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be the lesser of two times the maximum charge voltage of the battery or 22V
(b)when the manufacturer’s recommended charge voltage is more than 18V, the minimum voltage of the test shall be 1.2 times the maximum charge voltage. Tests are to be conducted at ambient temperature. The duration of the test shall be 24 hours
Rechargeable batteries meet this requirement if there is no disassembly and no fire during the test and within seven days after the test.
This test evaluates the ability of a primary or a rechargeable cell to withstand a forced discharge condition.Forced Discharge
Each cell shall be forced discharged at ambient temperature by connecting it in series with a 12V DC power supply at an initial current equal to the maximum discharge current specified by the manufacturer.
The specified discharge current is to be obtained by connecting a resistive load of the appropriate size and rating in series with the test cell. Each cell shall be forced discharged for a time interval (in hours) equal to its rated capacity divided by the initial test current (in ampere)
Primary or rechargeable cells meet this requirement if there is no disassembly and no fire during the test and within seven days after the test.
When a cell or battery type is to be tested under this sub-section, the number and condition of cells and batteries of each type to be tested are as follows: Quantity and Conditions for Cells and Batteries for UN 38.3 Test
(a) When testing primary cells and batteries under tests T.1 to T.5 the following shall be tested in the quantity indicated
(i) ten cells in undischarged states;
(ii) ten cells in fully discharged states;
(iii) four small batteries in undischarged states;
(iv) four small batteries in fully discharged states;
(v) four large batteries in undischarged states; and
(vi) four large batteries in fully discharged states
(b) When testing rechargeable cells and batteries under tests T.I to T.5 the following shall be tested in the quantity indicated:
(i) ten cells at first cycle, in fully charged states;
(ii) four small batteries at first cycle, in fully charged states;
(iii) four small batteries after 50 cycles ending in fully charged states;
(iv) two large batteries at first cycle, in fully charged states; and
(v) two large batteries after 25 cycles ending in fully charged states.
(c) When testing primary and rechargeable cells under test T.6, the following shall be tested in the quantity indicated:
(i) for primary cells, five cells in undischarged states and five cells in fully discharged states;
(ii) for component cells of primary batteries, five cells in undischarged states and five cells in fully discharged states;
(iii) for rechargeable cells, five cells at first cycle at 50% of the design rated capacil y; and
(iv) for component cells of rechargeable balleries, five cells at first cycle at 50% of the design rated capacity
(d) When testing rechargeable batteries or rechargeable single cell batterie. under test T.7, the following shall be tested in the quantity indicated:
(i) four small batteries at first cycle, in fully charged states;
(ii) four small batteries after 50 cycles ending in fully charged states;
(iii) two large batteries at first cycle, in fully charged states; and
(iv) two large batteries after 25 cycles ending in fully charged states.
Batteries not equipped with overcharge protection that are designed for use only in a battery assembly, which affords such protection, are not subject to the requirements of this test.
(e) When testing primary and rechargeable cells and component cells under test T.8, the following shall be te tested in the quantity indicated:
(i) ten primary cells in fully discharged states;
(ii) ten primary component cells in fully discharged states;
(iii) ten rechargeable cells, at first cycle in fully discharged states;
(iv) ten rechargeable component cells, at first cycle in fully discharged states;
(v) ten rechargeable cells after 50 cycles ending in fully discharged states; and
(vi) ten rechargeable component cells after 50 cycles ending in fully discharged states.
(f) When testing a battery assembly in which the aggregate lithium content of all anodes, when fully charged, is not more than 500 g, or in the case of a lithium ion battery, with a Watt-hour rating of not more than 6200 Watt-hours, that is assembled from batteries that have passed all applicable tests, one ballery aassembly in a fully charged state shall be tested under tests T.3, T.4 and T.5, and, in addition, test T.7 in the case of a rechargeable battery assembly. For a rechargeable ballery assembly, the assembly shall have been cycled at least 25 cycles.
When batteries that have passed all applicable tests are electrically connected to form a battery assembly in which the aggregate lithium content of all anodes, when fully charged, is more than 500 g, or in the case of a lithium ion battery, with a Watt-hour rating of more than 6200 Watt-hours, that battery assembly does not need to be tested if it is equipped with a system capable of monitoring the battery assembly and preventing sholt circuits, or over discharge between the batteries in the assembly and any overheat or overcharge of the battery assembly.
battery testing equipment

The UN 38.3 section presents the procedures to be followed for the classification of lithium metal and lithium ion cells and batteries (see UN Nos. 3090, 3091, 3480 and 3481, and the applicable special provisions of Chapter 3.3 of the Model Regulations). All cell types shall be subjected to tests T.1 to T.6 and T.8. All non-rechargeable ballery types, including those composed of previously tested cells, shall be subjected to tests T.1 to T.5. All rechargeable battery types, including those composed of previously tested cells, shall be subjected to tests T.l to T.5 and T.7. In addition, rechargeable single cell batteries with overcharge protection shall be subjected to test T.7. A component cell that is not transported separately from the battery it is part of needs only to be tested according to tests T.6 and T.8. A component cell that is transported separately from the battery shall be tested as a cell.

Lithium metal and lithium ion cells and batteries shall be subjected to the tests, as required by special provisions 188 and 230 of Chapter 3.3 of the Model Regulations prior to the transport of a particular cell or battery type. Cells or batteries which differ from a tested type by:
(a) For primary cells and batteries, a change of more than 0.1 g or 20% by mass, whichever is greater, to the cathode, to the anode, or to the electrolyte;
(b) For rechargeable cells and batteries, a change in nominal energy in Watt-hours of more than 20% or an increase in nominal voltage of more than 20%; or
(c) A change that would lead to failure of any of the tests,
shall be considered a new type and shall be subjected to the required tests.

NOTE: The type of change that might be considered to differ from a tested type, such that it might lead to failure of any of the test results, may include, but is not limited to:
(a) A change in the material of the anode, the cathode, the separator or the electrolyte;
(b) A change of protective devices, including hardware and software;
(c) A change of safety design in cells or batteries, such as a venting valve
(d) A change in the number of component cells;and
(e) A change in connecting mode of component cells
In the event that a cell or battery type does not meet one or more of the test requirements, steps shall be taken to correct the deficiency or deficiencies that caused the failure before such cell or battery type is retested.
Aggregate lithium content means the sum of the grams of lithium content contained by the cells comprising a battery. Definitions and Description for Lithium Metal and Lithium Ion Batteries Testing
Battery means two or more cells which are electrically connected together and fitted with devices necessary for use, for example, case, terminals, marking and protective devices. A single cell battery is considered a “cell” and shall be tested according to the testing requirements for “cells” for the purposes of the Model Regulations and this Manual (see also the definition for “cell”)
NOTE: Units that are commonly referred to as “battery packs”, “modules” or “battery assemblies” having the primary function of providing a source of power to another piece of equipment are for the purposes of the Model Regulations and this Manual treated as batteries.
Button cell or battery means a round small cell or battery when the overall height is less than the diameter.
Cell means a single encased electrochemical unit (one positive and one negative electrode) which exhibits a voltage differential across its two terminals. Under the Model Regulations and this Manual, to the extent the encased electrochemical unit meets the definition of “cell” herein, it is a “cell”, not a “battery”, regardless of whether the unit is termed a “battery” or a “single cell battery” outside of the Model Regulations and this Manual.
Component cell means a cell contained in a battery.
Cycle means one sequence of fully charging and fully discharging a rechargeable cell or battery.
Disassembly means a vent or rupture where solid matter from any part of a cell or battery penetrates a wire mesh screen (annealed aluminium wire with a diameter of 0.25mm and grid density of 6 to 7 wires per cm) placed 25cm away from the cell or battery.
Effluent means a liquid or gas released when a cell or battery vents or leaks.
Fire means that flames are emitted from the test cell or battery.
First cycle means the initial cycle following completion of all manufacturing processes.
Fully charged means a rechargeable cell or battery which has been electrically charged to its design rated capacity.
Fully discharged means either:
a primary cell or battery which has been electrically discharged to remove 100% of its rated capacity; or
a rechargeable cell or battery which has been electrically discharged to its endpoint voltage as specified by the manufacturer.
Large battery means a lithium metal battery or lithium ion battery with a gross mass of more than 12 kg.
Large cell means a cell with a gross mass of more than 500g.
Leakage means the visible escape of electrolyte or other material from a cell or battery or the loss of material (except battery casing, handling devices or labels) from a cell or battery such that the loss of mass exceeds the values in Table 38.3.1.
Lithium content is applied to lithium metal and lithium alloy cells and batteries, and for a cell means the mass of lithium in the anode of a lithium metal or lithium alloy cell, which for a primary cell is measured when the cell is in an undischarged state and for a rechargeable cell is measured when the cell is fully charged. The lithium content of a battery equals the sum of the grams of lithium content contained in the component cells of the battery.
Lithium ion cell or battery means a rechargeable electrochemical cell or battery in which the positive and negative electrodes are both intercalation compounds (intercalated lithium exists in an ionic or quasi-atomic form with the lattice of the electrode material) constructed with no metallic lithium in either electrode. A lithium polymer cell or battery that uses litl1ium ion chemistries, as described herein, is regulated as a lithium ion cell or battery.
Mass loss means a loss of mass that exceeds the values in Table 38.3.1 below:
Table 38.3.1 Mass Loss Limit
Where M1 is the mass before the test and M2 is the mass after the test. When mass loss does not exceed the values in Table 38.3.1, it shall be considered as “no mass loss”
Nominal energy or Watt-hour rating, expressed in watt-hours, means the energy value of a cell or battery determined under specified conditions and declared by the manufacturer. The nominal energy is calculated by multiplying norminal voltage by rated capacity expressed in ampere-hours.
Nominal voltage means the approximate value of the voltage used to designate or identify a cell or battery.
Open circuit voltage means the voltage across the terminals of a cell or battery when no external current is flowing.
Primary cell or battery means a cell or battery which is not designed to be electrically charged or recharged.
Prismatic cell or battery means a cell or battery whose ends are similar, equal and parallel rectilinear figures, and whose sides are parallelograms.
Protective devices means devices such as fuses, diodes and current limiters which interrupt the current flow, block the current flow in one direction or limit the current flow in an electrical circuit.
Rated capacity means the capacity, in ampere-hours or milliampere-hours, of a cell or battery as measured by subjecting it to a load, temperature and voltage cut-off point specified by the manufacturer.
NOTE: The following IEC standards provide guidance and methodology for determining the rated capacity:
(I) IEC 61960 (First Edition 2003-12) : Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes-Secondary lithium cells and batteries for portable applications;
(2) IEC 62133 (First Edition 2002-10): Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes – Safety requirements for portable sealed seconda1y cells, and for batteries made from them for use in portable applications;
(3) EC 62660-1 (First Edition 2011-01): Secondary lithium-ion cells for the propulsion of electric road vehicles – Par l: Performance 1esting.
Rechargeable cell or battery means a cell or battery which is designed to be electrically recharged.
Rupture means the mechanical failure of a cell container or battery case induced by an internal or external cause, resulting in exposure or spillage but not ejection of solid materials.
Short circuit means a direct connection between positive and negative terminals of a cell or battery that provides a virtual zero resistance path for current flow.
Single cell battery means a single electrochemical unit fitted with devices necessary for use, for example, case, terminals, marking and protective devices.
Small battery means a lithium metal battery or lithium ion battery with a gross mass of not more than 12 kg.
Small cell means a cell with a gross mass of not more than 500g.
Type means a particular electrochemical system and physical design of cells or batteries.
Undischarged means a primary cell or battery that has not been wholly or pa1tly discharged.
Venting means the release of excessive internal pressure from a cell or battery in a manner intended by design to preclude rupture or disassembly.
Watt-hour rating, see Nominal energy.

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