WireFlow wins grant from FFI to develop a Battery Cell Tester
In conjunction with Toyota Material Handling we applied for, and won a FFI grant to develop a modern battery cell tester.
Strategic vehicle research and innovation (FFI) is a partnership programme run jointly by the Swedish state and Swedish automotive industry. The programme finances research, innovation and development related to the environment and safety. The initiative involves research and development funding totalling around SEK 1 billion annually, half of which is public funds.
The WireFlow Battery Cell Tester will be built on NI platforms and our previous work within the expansive battery field. The WireFlow Battery Cell Tester will be built on an open framework, highly configurable, scalable and modular and feature options for running tests in a climate chamber.
The future product will handle tomorrow’s demands on advanced battery cell tests, long term or short term – in any scale. It will feature temp sensors, posibillity to integrate thermal cameras for full temperature analysis and much, much more.
If you are in need of means to properly test battery cells, please do not hesitate to contact us.