Driven by the dwindling resources of fossil fuels and growing environmental pollution, E-Mobility is increasingly gaining in importance. Whether a plug-in hybrid or a fully fledged electric vehicle: automotive manufacturers are having to find alternatives to the conventional combustion engine. They must be powerful, reliable, and safe. Critical features include interference-free interaction with the on-board electronics, resistance to environmental influences such as humidity, salt, and extreme temperatures, and resistance to vibrations and knocks.


Accreditations: DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018
Certifications: DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 and DIN EN ISO 14001:2015

Extract from the relevant standards
  • DIN EN 60068
  • DIN EN 9227
  • ISO 12405
  • ISO 16750
  • ISO 20653
  • LV123
  • LV124-1
  • LV124-2
  • VW80000
  • VW82161
  • BMW GS 95024
  • MBN LV124
  • AK-LH 5.21
  • CS.00054
  • CS.00056
  • UN 38.3
  • GB/T 31467
  • GB 38031
  • UNECE-R10 (06 series of amendments), EMC for electrical / electronic sub-assemblies and complete vehicles (EMC)
  • UNECE-R100 (03 series of amendments) Part II, Rechargeable Energy Storage System (REESS)
Battery test 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