Suita - Battery Testers (Updated: 25 May 2024)


SBT60


Suita SBT60 Battery Tester
Suita SBT60 Battery Tester

Description

SBT60 Battery Tester adopts the four-AC-terminal testing for battery impedance and voltage measurement for higher voltage/resistance measurement accuracy, providing wider voltage/resistance measurement range and faster measurement speed. In addition, the tester offers a comparator feature and abundant outputs to provide proper solutions according to different application scenarios.

Comparator function

SBT60 Battery Tester features an independent comparator function for voltage and resistance measurements, capable of providing Pass/Hi/IN/Lo judgments displayed simultaneously. It can convey a comprehensive judgment result via an external I/O port. Hi/Lo can be set according to their respective upper and lower limits or user-defined standard deviations (%). The comparator mode offers two options: manual and automatic (automatic by default). In manual mode, the tester will only output the comparator's result when the EXT I/O is ON, making it suitable for switch or PLC control scenarios. The buzzer configuration includes OFF, HL, IN, BT1, and BT2. Under BT1 and BT2 modes, different beeps can be set for IN or Hi/Lo.

Analog Output function

SBT60 Battery Tester offers an analog output for resistance measurement. By connecting the analog output to a data logger, it enables the recording of resistance variations. This facilitates the long-term measurement and evaluation, such as those required for fuel cells, using a data acquisition system.

Calibration function

SBT60 Battery Tester has the capability to compensate for the bias voltage or gain drift within the internal circuitry of the measured device, and calibrate the measured data to improve the measurement accuracy. The calibration function offers both automatic (default) and manual modes. In automatic mode, the calibration is performed every 30 minutes. In manual mode, the calibration can be initiated manually through EXT I/O and communication commands. During the calibration process, measurements will be temporarily suspended, with the automatic mode set as the default. Additionally, if the sampling rate is not set as SLOW, the calibration will be automatically executed after the preheating phase.

Statistical feature

SBT60 Battery Tester can calculate statistical indicators based on measurement results and generate a normal distribution graphs, enabling the observation of the normal distribution of the measurements.

Storage feature

SBT60 Battery Tester is equipped with 2.8GB internal storage for storing measurement results in csv or mat format. Additionally, it offers a USB port for exporting data via a USB flash drive, allowing for convenient access to measurement data at any time.


Basic Performance

Options Descriptions
High measurement accuracy voltage ±0.01%rdg ±3dgt; resistance: ±0.4%rdg ±5dgt
Voltage measurement up to 60V
Resistance measurement 3mΩ - 3,000Ω
High measurement resolution voltage up to 10μV; resistance up to 0.1μΩ
Response time 10ms
Sampling time 20ms
General Enhanced Output Options
Adopts the AC 4-terminal testing method

Options

Options Descriptions
Host SBT60/300 Battery tester
Optional interface /CE Ethernet interface
/DA Analog output (D/A) interface
/IO EXT I/O interface
Optional components BZ-1001 Zero setting panel
BL-1001 Four- terminal test line (pin type) 
BL-1002 Four- terminal test line (clip type)


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SBT300


Suita SBT300 Battery Tester
Suita SBT300 Battery Tester

Description

SBT300 Battery Tester adopts the four-AC-terminal testing for battery impedance and voltage measurement for higher voltage/resistance measurement accuracy, providing wider voltage/resistance measurement range and faster measurement speed. In addition, the tester offers a comparator feature and abundant outputs to provide proper solutions according to different application scenarios.

Comparator function

SBT300 Battery Tester features an independent comparator function for voltage and resistance measurements, capable of providing Pass/Hi/IN/Lo judgments displayed simultaneously. It can convey a comprehensive judgment result via an external I/O port. Hi/Lo can be set according to their respective upper and lower limits or user-defined standard deviations (%). The comparator mode offers two options: manual and automatic (automatic by default). In manual mode, the tester will only output the comparator's result when the EXT I/O is ON, making it suitable for switch or PLC control scenarios. The buzzer configuration includes OFF, HL, IN, BT1, and BT2. Under BT1 and BT2 modes, different beeps can be set for IN or Hi/Lo.

Analog Output function

SBT300 Battery Tester offers an analog output for resistance measurement. By connecting the analog output to a data logger, it enables the recording of resistance variations. This facilitates the long-term measurement and evaluation, such as those required for fuel cells, using a data acquisition system.

Calibration function

SBT300 Battery Tester has the capability to compensate for the bias voltage or gain drift within the internal circuitry of the measured device, and calibrate the measured data to improve the measurement accuracy. The calibration function offers both automatic (default) and manual modes. In automatic mode, the calibration is performed every 30 minutes. In manual mode, the calibration can be initiated manually through EXT I/O and communication commands. During the calibration process, measurements will be temporarily suspended, with the automatic mode set as the default. Additionally, if the sampling rate is not set as SLOW, the calibration will be automatically executed after the preheating phase.

Statistical feature

SBT300 Battery Tester can calculate statistical indicators based on measurement results and generate a normal distribution graphs, enabling the observation of the normal distribution of the measurements.

Storage feature

SBT300 Battery Tester is equipped with 2.8GB internal storage for storing measurement results in csv or mat format. Additionally, it offers a USB port for exporting data via a USB flash drive, allowing for convenient access to measurement data at any time.


Basic Performance

Options Descriptions
High measurement accuracy voltage ±0.01%rdg ±3dgt; resistance: ±0.4%rdg ±5dgt
Voltage measurement up to 300V
Resistance measurement 3mΩ - 3,000Ω
High measurement resolution voltage up to 10μV; resistance up to 0.1μΩ
Response time 10ms
Sampling time 20ms
General Enhanced Output Options
Adopts the AC 4-terminal testing method

Options

Options Descriptions
Host SBT60/300 Battery tester
Optional interface /CE Ethernet interface
/DA Analog output (D/A) interface
/IO EXT I/O interface
Optional components BZ-1001 Zero setting panel
BL-1001 Four- terminal test line (pin type) 
BL-1002 Four- terminal test line (clip type)


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Note: All trademarks that appear on this website are the property of their respective owners.