This is How Intex Tests a Smartphone Battery For Reliability

by February 14, 2017 0 comments

6) Impact/crush test: We make the promise to our customers that even if an object, as heavy as, 10 kilograms is dropped on the battery it can damage the battery but it will most certainly never harm the customer. It is with this test we are able to make such bold claims. The battery is kept on a flat smooth surface on top of which a stainless-steel bar is kept such that its movement is limited. A 9-kilogram mass is dropped from a height of 62 centimeters. If no explosion, fire or leakage is observed then the battery lot is passed.

 

For the crush test, the battery is kept between two flat smooth surfaces and then it is crushed until the crushing force reaches 13 kN. Again, if no explosion, fire or leakage is observed then the battery lot is passed.

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