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Why Pulse Load Battery Testing?
Battery voltage alone is not a reliable parameter for determining remaining capacity and condition; it also does not indicate whether the battery will be able to deliver power when placed under load. Rather than simply displaying a voltage reading, cellchecker determines a battery's remaining power capacity by measuring its ability to maintain voltage levels while under load. The tester then makes an assessment based on these readings and displays the remaining percentage capacity of the battery.
Pulse load testers verify that a battery can deliver power by actually making it deliver power. The duration and repetition of the load test cycle varies depending on the battery type being tested. Factors that are considered when determining the size and duration of the pulse load are battery design (high rate or low rate), battery chemistry, and the battery's typical application. This helps ensure that the power demand on the battery during the pulse load test will be comparable to what the battery experiences under normal operation conditions.
Ideal for testing fire and security alarm systems. Using pulse load technology, it provides a comprehensive test of a battery's state of charge and condition