CAD Zeichnung der Bodeneinheit für das Steasy Batteriepack

There was recently a post on this blog regarding our 3D printer used for making samples and prototypes. The 3D printer allows both our customers and us to enjoy speed and flexibility in various process steps. For instance, this is true for the start-up Steasy®: We printed a mount designed to hold the start-up’s custom

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The standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) are among the most important groups of standards for the certification and safety of electronic products. They include both cells and batteries and span primary cells, secondary cells, battery packs and portable device batteries. In addition to the requirements for the devices and central rules for the

Header "UL certifications - the key to the US market"

The standards in the North American market are set by Underwriter Laboratories (UL). UL is an independent US private company, one of the oldest testing institutes in the world, which published the first standard in 1903. Unlike the IEC/CB method, which does not use a test mark, UL has a test mark and a database

When developing battery packs, the question arises as to which safety system the pack should be equipped with. Is a Protection Circuit Module (PCM) sufficient? Or should a Battery Management System (BMS) be integrated? What are the differences between the mechanisms? And what advantages and functions does which protection mechanism offer? The answer here, as

Ein Feuerwerhmann benutzt eine Wärmebildkamera. Im Hintergrund ist ein Feuerwehrauto zu sehen und es sprühen Funken

Everybody knows the emergency number for the fire department. And probably everyone hopes they are never forced to dial it. But in fact, this happens more often than you might think. This is shown by current statistics from the German Fire Brigade Association. According to these, the fire department was called out around 700 times

Sortiment der Lithium-Polymer-Batterien von Jauch

One thing is for sure: lithium battery technology is currently leading the way in the field of mobile power supply. Just look in your pocket: There is no smartphone that is not powered by a lithium polymer battery. Since the Swedish mobile phone provider Ericsson launched the first mobile phone with a lithium polymer battery