ANSMANN Industrial Solutions has launched a new range of standard Li-ion packs which offer seven different configurations (2,250mAh at 3.7V, 7.4V, 11.1V and 14.8V; 4,500mAh at 3.7V and 14.8V; and 6,750mAh at 3.7V).

With ultrasonic welding technology and in-house 3D plotter/cutter, ANSMANN is able to fulfil special battery pack requirements and to produce physical samples without expensive tooling set-up charges. State of the art equipment is also used to provide certification and approval for every battery pack.

The combination of off-the-shelf Li-Ion batteries and 3D plotter technology helps reduce lead time and eliminates the prohibitive upfront costs usually associated with Li-Ion projects.

ANSMANN has a dedicated laboratory for testing Lithium batteries in conformance with UN transport regulations. The UN testing procedure is designed for batteries using Lithium technology. This means that the test can be carried out on batteries from any manufacturer. Once approved, the batteries can be safely transported by land, sea or air.

The Lithium batteries are put through up to eight rigorous test procedures before being UN certified for safe transportation including altitude simulation, thermal test, vibration test, shock test, external short circuit test, impact test, overcharge test and forced discharge test.

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