In July 2022, our Calibration Laboratory received accreditation with the number AP 209 granted by the Polish Center for Accreditation (PCA) under the EA MLA international agreement. Thus, the Laboratory confirmed compliance with the requirements of PN-EN ISO/IEC 17025 "General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories" in the field of calibration of electrical quantities.
Yokogawa expands oscilloscope portfolio with 500 MHz and 350 MHz frequency band models
Software for battery simulation BSS2000 & BSS2000Pro for ITECH IT6000B/IT6000C/IT-M3400/IT-M3600
Common battery parameters setting and function simulation
By combined various types of battery modelling and high-speed algorithms, BSS2000 Basic & BSS2000 Pro Battery Simulation Software provide the user with real-time battery curve simulation function. No need to know the specific internal characteristics of the battery, the user only needs to select the battery type and the battery characteristic curve can be generated easily by setting a few basic parameters, parameters including full voltage, empty voltage, rated capacity, serial qty, parallel qty and battery internal resistance, etc. Thanks to the strong support of ITECH hardware, the battery simulator can simulate up to 1152kW battery packs, covering the test requests of solar PV ,energy storage, EV and other high-power fields.
User-defined battery characteristic curve
BSS2000 / BSS2000 Pro Battery Simulation Software provides the battery curve simulation function by Importing Data in ARB to meet the needs of various simulation requests. Users can import the measured battery charge and discharge data in a csv file to simulate the battery charge and discharge characteristic curve. This function is not only suitable for the simulation of conventional batteries, but also for the simulation of some special batteries or novel batteries.
Initial capacity setting function
The BSS2000/BSS2000 Pro battery simulator allows the user to set the initial capacity of the battery to study the startup characteristics or energy management characteristics of DUT when the battery is fully charged or depleted, without the need to perform real charging and discharging, and improve test efficiency.