Thinpack is a Custom Battery Provider
We conduct a complete process of battery design. From understanding the application –material selection –cell & battery pack designing –prototyping & testing –manufacturing –quality control.
Understanding the Application
The first step in the battery design process is to understand the application. This includes a detailed analysis of the application, the environment in which the battery will be used, and the operational requirements. This step also includes the selection of the battery type, the charging system, and other components that are needed for the design.
The second step is the materials selection for the battery design. This involves choosing the chemistry type, the electrode material, and the electrolyte material. This will be based on the application, the cost, and the performance requirements.
Cell & Battery Pack Design
This involves the selection of the internal components, the housing design, and the connector selection. All these decisions must be made in order to ensure that batteries will meet the application requirements.
Battery Prototyping & Testing
This process typically involves building a battery prototype to be tested, measuring its electrical characteristics, and then performing accelerated life testing. It usually requires specialized equipment such as a high-precision voltage meter, temperature control systems, and testing chambers. Once the prototype is tested and verified, it can be used to produce production-ready batteries.
This step involves the selection of the production process, the materials selection, and the battery assembly. This must be done in order to ensure that the battery is safe for operators.
Battery Quality Control
The final step is the quality control of the battery. This process ensures that all manufactured batteries meet specific performance standards. It involves testing the battery’s performance in various conditions. Then comparing the results with the specifications given. Quality control also involves examining the battery constructions for flaws and defects.