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Battery testing firm Arbin opens European office as it looks to reach new markets

Tue, 04/07/2020 - 16:05 -- Paul Crompton

Battery test equipment specialist Arbin Instruments has opened a dedicated European sales office in Germany to develop closer relationships with existing customers and reach new markets. 

The Munich office is the US firm’s second in the country and comes as Arbin looks to expand in the region and capitalise on the potential of the European market.

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Battery test and research firms join forces to launch software

Fri, 05/13/2016 - 15:09 -- Paul Crompton
Battery test and research firms join forces to launch software

Battery test firm Bitrode Corporation and battery research company Gamry Instruments have entered into an agreement to develop and market battery test equipment together.

The two US-based firms have developed a "one-stop" product that brings together Gamry’s measurement software and Bitrode’s laboratory software.

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Bitrode expands international sales and marketing team

Fri, 11/14/2014 - 15:02 -- Laura Varriale
Jia Xu

Battery test equipment supplier Bitrode has appointed Jia Xu to support inside sales throughout Asia at the company’s headquarters in St. Louis, US.

Shanghai-born Xu has an in-depth knowledge of Chinese market requirements, according to Bitrode.

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Lithium-ion mobility research should focus on viscosity – Varta study

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 11:58 -- Laura Varriale

Austria-based battery research firm Varta Micro Innovation (Varta) has researched anode materials for lithium-ion batteries using a customised rolling-ball viscometer.

Varta researched the qualification and optimisation of new electrolytes such as silicon and discovered that the mobility of lithium-ions is greatly dependent on the viscosity of the electrolyte and that viscosity should be a key focus in technology research.

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Digatron to launch silicon carbide based battery test equipment

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 12:22 -- Laura Varriale

Germany's Digatron Power Electronics is to unveil its next-generation battery/cell testers with silicon carbide (SiC) technology at the 2014 European Lead Battery Conference (ELBC) in Edinburgh.

The universal battery tester is designed to test batteries ranging from 0-20V, the cell tester to test cells from 0-6V. The charging/discharging rate is up to 150A per 1.8kW circuit.

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Ador Digatron India appoints director for Pune facility

Fri, 08/22/2014 - 10:42 -- Laura Varriale
Somnath Singha, director of Ador Digatron

Ador Powertron and Digatron Power Electronics have hired Somnath Singha as director for the companies’s Indo-German joint venture (JV) Ador Digatron India in Pune, India.

Singha has worked for critical power supplier Emerson and was, before joining the JV, CEO of Adino Telecom where he restructured the company. He has more than 20 years of experience in the uninterruptible power supplier and battery industry.

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Bitrode launches battery testing system

Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:51 -- Laura Varriale
Bitrode battery testing system

Battery test equipment supplier Bitrode has introduced a battery laboratory testing system for high power applications.

The FTF-HP testing system is designed to produce simulations of rapidly changing power demands in electric or hybrid electric vehicles. The unit has a charging/discharging rate of up to 500kW.

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