Batteries perform numerous tasks on ships: supplying automatic and communications systems, as starter batteries, as emergency power supply, on-board network battery, etc. In addition to providing resistant and reliable power dissipation, the systems and modules must be able to withstand extreme environmental influences: including corrosive sea air, constant vibrations from the waves, and extreme temperature fluctuations.
Phoenix Testlab is recognized by the Federal Maritime Shipping and Hydrography Authority and is happy to perform the required type tests according to the latest standards set by shipbuilding classification societies (DNV (Det Norske Veritas), ABS (American Bureau of Shipping), BV (Bureau Veritas), LR (Lloyds Register), PRS (Polski Rejestr Statków), NK (Nippon Kaiji Kyōkai) and RINA (Registro Italiano Navale)).
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Accreditations: DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018
Certifications: DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN EN ISO 14001:2015
Extract from the relevant standards
Environmental simulationd laboratory equipment
- Temperature and climate cabinets (1.5 / 4/15 m³) with electrical operation up to 500 kW
- Electrodynamic vibration systems with superimposed temperatures up to 300 kN
- Shielded cabins and absorber halls for EMC measurements
- Salt fog chests and corrosive gas testing systems
- Electrical abuse tests (such as overcharge, overdischarge, and short circuit)
- Comprehensive test-specific security technology
- Temperature control systems to simulate the internal cooling circuit
- Measuring equipment for leak testing
- DUT control and monitoring and integration into the test environment
- Automated test sequences