N8352 Series High-Accuracy Dual-Channel Programmable Battery Emulator
N8352 series is specially designed for the R&D and test of portable battery-operated products, such as Bluetooth headsets, mobiles, AR/VR smart terminals, electric tools, etc. The current flows in both directions and can be used as either a power supply or a load. N8352 is easy to use with touch screen and UI design. The output features are comparable to actual batteries, with fast dynamic response, no overshoot in voltage rise and fall, and stable waveform.The current accuracy is up to μA level, which can test the static power consumption. N8352 is equipped with 4.3 inch touch screen and is with built-in 2-channel DVM, which can be widely used in consumer electronics testing.
●Voltage ripple noise low to 2mVrms
●Dual LAN port and RS232 interface
●Voltage accuracy up to 0.01%+1mV
●μA level current measurement
●Ultra-fast dynamic response without overshoot
●Built-in two-channel high-accuracy DVM measurement
●High definition touch screen
●Battery protection board test
●Battery maintenance device test
●Portable consumer electronics R&D and production, such as mobiles, bluetooth earphones, smartwatch, etc.
●Electric tools manufacturing test, such as electric screw driver
Functions & Advantages
N8352 Main Functions
As a dual-channel power supply, users can set output voltage and output current limit value on N8352. N8352 provides multiple current ranges which can improve the output and measurementaccuracy.
N8352 dual channels provide independent setting of initial voltage, internal resistance, batterycapacity and other related parameters, and readback in real time. It can be used to solve thedifficulty of parameter uncontrollability for real battery in test and to improve test efficiency.
N8352 provides the following fault states: positive & negative polarity open circuit, reverse polarity connection and short circuit.
Current flowing in both directions to make N8352 both a power supply and a load
The current flows in both directions. N8352 can both suck and output current. The output terminal has a switch module, which can physically disconnect from the external circuit in the closed state.
Variable output impedance allowing battery internal resistance simulation
N8352 has the battery internal resistance simulation function,and supports resistance value programming. The programmablerange is 0-20Ω, which can emulate the variation graph consistentwith the real battery internal resistance characteristics.
Ultra-fast transient response without overshoot
N8352 series can ensure there is no overshoot in voltage changes under no-load or loading condition, preventing damageto the DUT due to voltage overcharge and over discharge. It can avoid bad effect to product quality. This feature can meetthe demand for product test with strict power requirements.
Most consumer electronics are powered by Li-ion battery, especially smartphones. Battery life issues become prominent. Battery test regulation are becoming stricter. Compared with real battery, it has the following advantages to apply battery simulator. It can emulate the battery change graph and shorten the test cycle. The reliability of test data can be improved by repeated test on a given model.
Both channels of N8352 can charge and discharge. Thus either channel can be used as a power supply, connecting to mobile power terminal. The other channel can be used as a battery, connecting to mobile battery terminal. Both charging and discharging performance can be tested without changing the cables. A single N8352 can be used to test a charge & discharge protection board without additional switches, which greatly reduces the complexity of the test system and improves testing stability and efficiency.
Advantages of battery simulation VS real batteries
● Suitable for any battery model
● Static power consumption test
● Variable internal resistance output function
● Built-in fault simulation
● The initial point of battery simulation can be set arbitrarily.
● Powerful protection functions, without battery safety hazards and risks