In order to fully obtain the working performance of the battery, each test needs to be tested separately at multiple different temperatures and different aging conditions to realize the full-life efficient management of the full-climate battery.
Data completion time: cell: 2018-11-31, module: 2015-11-30
1.Basic battery parameters
Cell: Arbin BT-2000 5V-100A. Characteristic tests are performed every 100 cycles. The test process is shown in the figure below.
Figure 1 Test process of the cell
3.Introduction to the data set
Cell: 1500 cycles. Tests of CAP/HPPC/OCV/working condition are performed every 100 cycles in three temperatures (10°C, 25°C and 45°C).
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