EV Battery Production and Development

Battery Cooling System Quality Control

In the induction process, the battery housing is heated to approx. 80 °C, then the cooling is bonded, checked and leak tested.
The leak test can only cover a temperature delta of a maximum of 10 °C (test item temperature – room temperature). The cooling system is controlled by an optris infrared camera and a pyrometer, cooling the component to a temperature delta of 0…5°C. (PI 400i, CT LT)

 

Global Lithium-Ion Battery Production

Source: https://energycentral.com/c/ec/world-battery-production

Integration of Cells to Modules

Temperature measuring after every step

Challenges:

  • Shiny surfaces (reflection)
  • No measurement

Solution measuring temperature:

  • at the non reflective label
  • at insulation of power connectors (anode, cathode)

Small insulators resulting in small measurement area (high resolution camera PI 640)

Detection of Short Circuits

  • Automated alarm after detection
  • Detection of defect cells and packs

Thermal imaging cameras monitor the first charging process of batteries. These provide an insight into the temperature distribution and possible short circuits. The hot-spot detection feature automatically recognizes and outputs deviations from the target temperature. The compact PI series cameras can be integrated quickly and easily into existing environments.

 

 

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