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Battery technology has made great strides in recent years, particularly in the field of accumulators, which are crucial to the automotive and electronics industries: Not only is the memory effect largely a thing of the past; charging cycles have also increased dramatically to values which (under laboratory conditions) are in the five-digit range. The storability of batteries without undesired self-discharge has also improved significantly.

During the transition to electromobility, high-performance rechargeable batteries have played an increasingly important role. The increase in capacity and efficiency is directly related to advances in testing technology, which makes an important contribution to the manufacturing process. With innovative procedures and battery contacts such as high current probes and four-wire clamps, INGUN has made a decisive contribution to the quality assurance and continuous development of battery technology.


Contact accumulators reliably, seamlessly, and with little stress

The testing of battery cells requires reliable, uninterrupted contacting, which should also be as low-stress as possible - even at high currents of 100 A and more. With special sense contacts and durable contact surfaces, INGUN provides reliable, efficient contacting solutions for battery cells, as well as the precise measurement of currents and voltages directly on the DUT.

Thanks to complete modular solutions, which are individually configured from the extremely comprehensive portfolio of test fixture kits, test probes, and customising accessories, INGUN makes suitable contacting solutions available quickly. All components required for a safe connection from the test point to the test system are available in a wide range of versions - supplemented by joint development with the customer if required. Of course, this also applies to disruptive trends such as the solid-state battery, which is to follow electrolyte-based batteries and is expected to be ready for series production in 2025.

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