This is How Intex Tests a Smartphone Battery For Reliability

by February 14, 2017 0 comments

Some of the additional tests which are carried out to simulate real life situations that approve the INTEX’s insignia of trust are as follows:


1) Salt test: The batteries are kept in an environment which simulates the contact between the batteries and sweat. The battery is kept in the environment for a period of 6 hours and then subsequently it is kept under observation for a period of 24 hours. If there is even the slightest sign of rust, short circuiting, leakage, fire or explosion the battery lot is rejected.


2) Aging test: Before the batteries are ready to be transported to the warehouse, all the batteries undergo a cycle of charging and discharging then subsequently are kept under observation for a period of 24 hours. After the observation period, the battery lot is checked on a sampling basis for functional discrepancy an if no discrepancy is observed the battery lot is transported to the warehouse.


3) Nail penetration test: A nail is mechanically penetrated the battery within a shatter proof glass chamber. The nail stays in the battery for a period of 10 seconds. If there is an explosion or fire, then the whole battery lot is rejected.


The Reliability and safety Lab setup has become a significant milestone in the journey of INTEX Technologies India Ltd. to become the leading mobile manufacturing company in India and mark its presence in the global mobile phone manufacturing market.



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