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Keysight’s Scienlab Test Solution selected by Dukosi Limited for battery module development

Keysight’s Scienlab Test Solution selected by Dukosi Limited for battery module development


Keysight Technologies, Inc., a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that it has been selected by Dukosi Limited, a battery management technology supplier, to support the development of battery management integrated circuits. Dukosi will be using the Keysight's Scienlab SL1001A Battery Test System to support the development of battery degradation tracking and prediction algorithms, as well as state of charge monitors.

Dukosi Limited is working with the Battery Advances for Future Transport Applications (BAFTA) project, alongside other parties. The project is focused on developing a framework that deliver optimised performance and system management for next-generation safer, more efficient, battery packs. To support its work, Dukosi chose Keysight's Scienlab Battery Test Solution, including the SL1001A Battery Test System – Module Level and Energy Storage Discover (ESD) software.

Keysight's Scienlab Test Solution enables Dukosi to:

  • Design battery modules with increasing energy/power density.
  • Monitor degradation in different temperature environments.
  • Record several temperatures to investigate the reciprocal electrical and thermal influence of the cells in the modules.

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