By Hwee Yng Yeo
Submitted by Keysight Technologies
Electric vehicle (EV) batteries come in different form factors: at the individual cell level, these may be cylindrical cells, or more powerful pouch and prismatic cells. These cells are then assembled into modules, which are in turn, connected to form battery packs, and then assembled into the vehicle chassis.
In this episode of the Auto Tech Talks podcast series, we examine the test parameters at different levels of the battery development process: from cell, to module, and pack testing.
Tune in now to the podcast for more insights.
Listen to the podcast here.
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