Wow..!! It’s been a week since our first article on the tools we utilize for creating our unique products. Well, without further delay, let us dive into the next set of tools that will help us do some wonders…!!!!!

Load Bank

A load bank is a device that is used to test and validate the performance and capacity of power generation systems and they simulate the electrical load that these systems are designed to handle. A load bank is used to discharge the energy from a battery pack while generating a constant load on the pack. This helps us to understand. There are three types of load banks

1.) Resistive

2.) Capacitive

3.) Inductive.

For our daily operations, we use resistive load banks as they suit the process more than the rest two. The load bank helps us understand the capacity of the battery pack. (Energy). Not only for battery packs but load bank is also used for validating the cut-off points of chargers, BMS, and battery packs. Two different types of currents use two different types of load banks, i.e, AC and DC.

Cell Balancer

By optimizing the capacity of a battery pack with several cells connected in series and making sure that all of its energy is available for use, the technique of “cell balancing” lengthens the life of the battery. Because cell balancing enables the battery to reach a greater state of charge, it is possible to design batteries with larger capacities.

The primary use of a cell balancer is to extend the life of a battery pack by preventing overcharging or over-discharging of individual cells, which can lead to reduced capacity, premature failure, or even safety issues. They can also be used to improve the performance and efficiency of battery-powered devices, by ensuring that all cells are operating at their optimal levels.