Today a large variety of test standards and specifications are available in the field of safety validation of xEV batteries. Examples are not only well known standards as UN ECE R100, FMVSS 305 or GB/T 31484 & 31486, but also the underlying standards like IEC 62660-1/2/3 and ISO 12405-1/2/3. Additionally, new methods and tests develop from growing experience with this technology. This presentation will compare various test standards and validation processes, focusing on:
Autor: Dipl-Ing. (FH) Alexander Stadler, Project Management at TÜV SÜD Battery Testing GmbH, Garching, Germany
Mr. Alexander Stadler is project manager at the TÜV SÜD Battery Testing GmbH in Garching in Germany. After graduating at Hochschule Karlsruhe he worked for several years at the European Research Organization CERN in Geneva, managing projects concerning the disposal and han-dling of dangerous goods. At TÜV SÜD he is the link between the laboratory and the customer for the whole testing cycle; starting from consulting concerning the applicable standards, through conducting the test series, up to project conclusion.