Battery tester CS-3001

Capacity test with the CS-3001 test system

The CS-3001 battery test system is the ideal solution for successfully carrying out capacity tests on different battery configurations. Thanks to its modular structure, a battery test can be carried out with up to 960 block voltages, divided into up to four batteries / strings. Of course, the total voltage and the charge/discharge current are also recorded. Simple and safe battery testing is guaranteed by the use of galvanically isolated measuring modules with 600VDC CAT III (5000VAC test voltage).

The modules used to build up a capacity tester:



The CS-3001/CPU module is used to control the measurement modules during a battery test and to communicate with a PC via Bluetooth.
Up to four outgoing bus connections can be used to connect all the required measurement modules to this module. The modules are connected via standardised RJ45 cables. The modules communicate with the CPU via this connection and are supplied with power at the same time.



The CS-3001/6 module is used to record up to 6 block voltages of a battery system. The voltage range is ±16.6V with a resolution of 1mV.
No mechanical relays or susceptible semiconductor switches are used to select the block voltages. The block voltages are contacted with standard 4mm safety test leads.



The CS-3001/UI module is used to record the total battery voltage and the charge/discharge current during a battery test. Up to four UI modules can be operated on one CPU. The measuring range of the total voltage is ±1000VDC. Two measuring ranges are available for the battery current, ±100mV and ±1000mV. This means that shunts and current clamps can be contacted without any problems.
The voltage and current inputs are galvanically isolated from each other and from the bus (600VDC CAT III, 5000VAC test voltage).

The inputs for the bus system are located on the back of the measuring modules. Standardised RJ45 cables are used to ensure communication and power supply to the modules.

CS-3001 modules

Capacity chech (Start)

Start of a capacity test (block voltages)

Capacity check (End)

End of a capacity test (block voltages)

Capacity check (Progression)

Block voltages can collapse at different times.