Battery Power 2017
Battery Power 2017 highlights the latest developments impacting batteries and power management in portable devices. Jody Leber, the global battery expert from SGS will be available at Booth #1 to consult on your various needs.
May 17, 2017
May 18, 2017
Dallas, United States
Battery Power 2017 is an international conference highlighting the latest developments impacting batteries and power management in portable devices including smart phones, laptops/tablets, medical devices, wearable's and military applications. Conference topics will include new battery designs, improving power management, predicting battery life, regulations and standards, safety and transportation, battery authentication, charging technology, emerging chemistries, R&D and market trends.
Be sure to attend our seminar presented by Jody Leber, Global Battery and Accumulator Technical Manager, SGS North America.
BIS IS 16046- Successfully Negotiating the BIS Registration Process
From June 2016, BIS required batteries to be registered. IS 16046, which is based on IEC 62133. While meeting the technical requirements of the standard has not been a challenge, working with the testing laboratories and BIS had not come so easily. Constantly changing requirements and administrative roadblocks have burdened many manufacturers. This presentation will provide guidance on sample submission through customs, responding to the testing laboratories demands and finally overcoming the last hurdle. Submitting to BIS and successfully registering your battery.
Jody Leber, the global battery expert from SGS will be available at Booth to consult on your various testing, approval, certification and inspection services needs. SGS has locations across the globe with accredited testing laboratories, and specialized teams of local experts offer a range of services to manufacturers and buyers in the battery industry. This global network is ready to provide you with guidance every step of the way from product design, generation, operation and disposal.
SGS testing facilities cover various stringent specifications including but not limited to:
- Battery safety testing (example: UL 1642, UL 2054 and IEC 62133)
- Battery performance testing
- UN transportation testing (UN/DOT 38.3) for lithium batteries
- CTIS battery certification
- Brand comparison and performance benchmarking
- Quality assurance
- Data to support marketing claims
- Impedance, Energy efficiency, SOC, Driving cycles
- Durability (fully-automated testing for BEV/(P) HEV)
- Calendric/Cyclical (electrical, thermal, combined)
- Environmental Assessment
- Temperature, Humidity, Condensation
- Vibration, Shock (300kN shaker, also across different temperatures)
- Immersion, Salt mist, Corrosion
- IP tests, Spray, Splash, Wave water, Dust
- Transport with height simulation (altitude)
- EMC testing for EV and HEV batteries
- Safety Abuse tests in 5 special rooms
- Nail penetration, Crush
- Drop test/Stack test
- Crash, Rollover
- Overcharging, Over-discharge, Rapid Charging
- External short circuit
- Thermal stability, Simulated fuel fire
- High-voltage safety, Isolation (ISO 6469, UN ECE)
Date: 5/17/2017 - 5/18/2017
Location: Crowne Plaza Dallas Galleria-Addison
Booth Number: 1
Jody Leber's Presentation: May 18, 2017 at 8:55am