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    • NEWARE BTS 7.6.0_2018_08_27_En [ Stable | Newest ]...
    • Package Name: NEWARE BTS 7.6.0_2017_08_04_En.zip Release Date: 4th August 2018 Applied for: | | BTS 3000 Descripiton: Neware BTS software package is the essential part to composite the neware battery testing system. It is the software to run Neware battery testers, This package contains BTS client and server, also the C++ runtime environment. You may select the target functions you want to deploy for your hosting computer.environment. You may select the target functions you want to deploy for your hosting computer. Update Log: Bugs: * Fix prompt message issues when unlock those locked channels. * Fix program not responding when exporting large data. * Fix history downloading issues. * Combine judgement and tip conditions for 0.02% FS. * Fix empty data issues for auxiliary channels. * Fix program not responding when exporting data without Microsoft Office Excel installed. * Make auxiliary data record conditions optional. * Remove Interval Backup as a default option for auto backup. * Fix Discharge/Charge efficiency issues in Excel. Updates: * Add Academic Step Editor for users in universities and other research institues. * Add control to environmental chamber and functions related. * Make alert of smoke configurable. * Optimize communication functions with third party facilities. Download Links:
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    • Comparison Between Neware BTS 9000 and Vendor M's ...
    • Neware strarted to design its six-generation testing system BTS 9000 in 2011, and introduced into the market in 2014. It is Neware's state-of-the-art product series, making Neware more competitive in the international battery testing market. You may find most information from our product page, while below comparison will tell more stories. The counterpart of this comparison, Vendor M's tester, is applied under most battery testing scenarios, like material research, tests have a ultimate low current requirement, fast pulse tests and etc. Since vendor M's tester requires the hosting computer to perform the most computing works, it will hog more computer resources when too many channels connected or quick data acquisition required. While Neware's embedded system could do the computing and with its file system on board, data is well protected We use an Angilent oscilloscope to capture the rapid pulse test output. Considering BTS 9000 is not capable of outputting a pulse with a width lower than 400us and Vendor M requires the first pulse width larger than 2ms. Below pulse regimes are applied Pulse Width Note: Tester from Vendor M outputs about 150us against 100us setting. The right comes from Vendor M. Regime #1 we observed also some pulse distortion in the pulse sequence from the output of Vendor M's tester Pulse Width Note: The right comes from Vendor M. Regime #2
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    • 28 Jul 2018 07:56
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    • GSM Test for Phone Batteries
    • There is a unique power requirement from the phone battery when you make a phone call. This power regime is then transmitted into electromagnetic wave containing the voice information. Below power output waveform was captured while a phone call was making. When you scale it, you can see the period clearly. As you can see there is a transient large power requirement in every pulse. This makes your conventional phone battery cycle life test regime out of date. When you have GSM pulse discharge applied, the data will be totaly different. We will have below communication test regimes for the phone batteries. Neware's , characterized fast repose and high data acquisition frequency, makes it perfect for GSM and other communication pulse tests for phone batteries.
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    • 28 Jul 2018 07:31
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    • Calibration Procedures for Neware Battery Testing ...
    • File Name: Calibration Procedure.pdf Release Date: 1st Nov 2017 Applied for: | | BTS 3000 Descripiton: This is simplified manual calibration procedures for neware battery testing system Download Links: www.mediafire.com/file/etzoh4al36q7pkp/C...ration_Procedure.pdf drive.google.com/open?id=1zQm_wZNmI1OgULYNlfTR6K41M6RkeOQy
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    • 28 Jul 2018 03:20
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    • Manual for Neware Battery Testing System [Obsolete...
    • File Name: neware_battery_testing_system_user_manual_obsolete.pdf Release Date: 31st July 2013 Applied for: | | BTS 3000 Descripiton: This is an obsolete manual for neware battery testing system. the new one is still under editing. Download Links: www.mediafire.com/file/8fc2fmgz362j6n4/n..._manual_obsolete.pdf drive.google.com/open?id=1CJrb66oqT_zOBJmAAdBn5hXoNFiNRvs1
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    • Quick Start Guide for Neware Battery Testing Syste...
    • File Name: neware_battery_testing_system_quick_start_guide.pdf Release Date: 28th July 2018 Applied for: | | BTS 3000 Descripiton: This is a simpliefied manual that will guide you deploy neware battery testing system quickly. Download Links: www.mediafire.com/file/v66fva23zmfeslx/n...uick_start_guide.pdf drive.google.com/open?id=15NJIZLN4fZ3d9DDggI8dX4m1jRxqdYjV
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    • Why BTS 4000 for DCR Test
    • DCR test is usually done in short time. So the equipment’s capability is critical to the testing result. The equipment needs to respond quickly. Additionally, the voltage value at the very end of each period is required for an accurate DCR measurement. The current output accuracy and voltage measurement accuracy are basic requirements. BTS 4000 features below advantages to qualify a DCR test * Response Time. BTS 4000 responses set current in less than 10 ms (millisecond). * Timing Control. BTS 4000 has a time accuracy of 1ms (millisecond). * Data Acquisition Frequency. BTS 4000 has a conventional 10Hz data acquisition frequency, and 100Hz optional. A repeated pulse test is performed to calculate DCR value. Corresponding charging pulses are followed to maintain the batteries at the same SOC level. Below chart and plot shows BTS 4000 is both statistically and technically reliable. Box Plot of DCR Value Box Plot of DCR Value
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    • 20 Jul 2018 12:49
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    • NEWARE_BTS_CALI_7.6.0.2018.01.24.zip
    • Package Name: NEWARE_BTS_CALI_7.6.0.2018.01.24.zip Release Date: 24th Jan 2018 Applied for: | Descripiton: This calibration package enables you calibrate the channels to bring out more accurate output. Calibration may be required: * After equipment has been repaired or modified. * When a specified time period has elapsed. * When a specified usage (operating hours) has elapsed. * Before and/or after a critical measurement. * After an event, for example * * After the equipment has had a shock, vibration, or has been exposed to an adverse condition which potentially may have put it out of calibration or damage it. * Sudden changes in weather. * Improper use of software to cause the loss of the calibration data. * Whenever observations appear questionable or equipment indications do not match the output of surrogate instruments. * As specified by a requirement, e.g., customer specification. Download Links: www.mediafire.com/file/e499casscnu9gg2/N...7.6.0.2018.01.24.zip drive.google.com/file/d/13CHEuNLg6ceDeH-t7hrG5TSKgRE9_c-b
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    • 20 Jul 2018 04:00
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    • NEWARE BTS 7.6.0_2017_08_04_En.zip [ Stable | Eng...
    • Package Name: NEWARE BTS 7.6.0_2017_08_04_En.zip Release Date: 4th August 2017 Applied for: | | BTS 3000 Descripiton: Neware BTS software package is the essential part to composite the neware battery testing system. It is the software to run Neware battery testers, This package contains BTS client and server, also the C++ runtime environment. You may select the target functions you want to deploy for your hosting computer. Download Links: www.mediafire.com/file/e7f9ct9w8z70bq0/N....0_2017_08_04_En.zip drive.google.com/open?id=1ULVrQwBplTJQ4xR_GMib5T9ymm6ee1fk
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