BATTERIES & CHARGING
How to assess a battery?
he safety and reliability are always the product’s foundation.
The value is not only in the CELL but also in the SYSTEM.
The safety and reliability, energy and power density, lifespan and cost are key indicators when assessing a battery system.
About CATS batteries and safety
The DFMEA (Design Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) procedure is adopted in the design process, following the battery performance, long life and its design.
The PFMEA (Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) concept keeps the production process under control.
The design and complex tests for CATL batteries qualify them to meet electrical, mechanical, chemical and functional safety requirements.
Charging the CATL batteries through the classic power stations, with three-phase current, is done in an interval between 3 and 5 hours.
The efficient charging via pantograph of CATL batteries can be achieved in an interval between 15 and 30 minutes.