TE Connectivity designs and manufactures more than half a million high-tech products that connect and protect the flow of data and power inside products that consumers and industries around the world use every day. From the vehicle to the grid, TE delivers safe, reliable interconnects and charging solutions.
Intertek has the expertise, resources and global reach to support its customers through its network of more than 1,000 laboratories and offices and over 30,000 people in more than 100 countries around the world. They offer industry-leading, independent consulting and testing for batteries, fuel cells and super-capacitors. In addition to their NRTL, National Certification Body status and CTIA and ISO 17025 accreditations, their capabilities range from coin cell evaluations to full pack EV/HEV batteries for automotive applications. Other automotive services include market conformance and electrical safety approvals of EV/HEV/EVSE components & systems. Visit them at www.intertek.com/energy-storage.
Arbin Instruments is a manufacturer for energy-related testing equipment. Combining the global talents of electrochemists, expert electronic and software engineers, and an exceptional customer support staff, Arbin Instruments has revolutionized the automated testing instrumentation market. They offer standard and customized testing solutions for a wide variety of energy-storage devices such as batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells. Arbin’s focus is exceptional quality, performance, and reliability. Their instruments provide scientists and engineers a tool for performing R&D, quality control, production, and characterization in various markets including Hybrid Electric Vehicles, medical, telecom, military, alternative energy, space, consumer products and others.
Digatron/Firing Circuits with factories in the United States, Germany and China is a leading manufacturer of computer controlled formation and test systems offering the industry a single source for custom systems used in R&D, Quality Control and Production environments. Digatron/Firing Circuits provides an extensive range of products including: Formation Charging Systems, Cycle-Life Testers, Laboratory and Production High Rate Discharge Testers, High-Speed Pulse Testers, Super-Capacitor Testers, Fuel Cell/Stack Testers, Pilot and Large-Scale Formation/Grading Systems for large format Li cells, Hybrid & EV battery pack test systems and Battery Simulators. All systems are controlled using Digatron/Firing Circuits’ powerful software applications.
Maccor Inc. was the pioneer, and is the world’s largest commercial manufacturer of Automated Test Systems adaptable to a wide range of energy storage products (i.e. batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, etc.) and battery chemistries. The founders of Maccor designed and built their first computer based test system in 1983.
Maccor’s range of equipment not only provides standard discharge and cycle testing but is capable of sophisticated pulse testing, together with high-speed data acquisition and interface with smart battery packs. In addition, cyclic voltammetry, 3-electrode, and AC Impedance experiments can be performed. Maccor also supplies cell formation equipment for a variety of cell formats and sizes. Today Maccor has over 1,700 systems in more than 40 countries with local sales and customer support services available in many areas.
Formed in 2010 with the fusion of International Components Corporation, Inc. and Nexergy, Inc., ICCNexergy™ is the genesis of the single-source developer and manufacturer of innovative power solutions for portable devices, stationary backup power, and motive power applications. With more than 40 years of experience, it is an established worldwide leader with deep roots in designing and manufacturing custom rechargeable power systems including: lithium ion battery packs, battery chargers, docking stations, highly efficient power supplies. Its partners include major OEMs in the following markets: medical, data server/storage, consumer electronics, safety/security, data acquisition and military/aerospace industries.
ICCNexergy owns and operates four state of the art production facilities strategically positioned to provide cost effective, high volume production to major OEMs. With more than 250,000 square feet of wholly-owned manufacturing space and a full suite of in-house design, tooling, and test capabilities, it is capable of managing complex programs from design through production around the world. Each facility is ISO 9001:2008 certified and produces products that are EISA, ROHS, and CEC compliant.
From its beginnings in 1957, Bitrode has consistently produced specialized battery formation and lab testing equipment noted for standard-setting excellence in accuracy, reliability, innovation, and engineering.
Over fifty years, Bitrode has consistently met the changing needs of a sophisticated market by developing dependable, high performing equipment and long-term support to battery manufacturing companies of all sizes. They offer an extensive product line of formation and laboratory test equipment, as well as software tools, battery simulation, and manufacturing automation tools appropriate to all battery applications and chemistries.
Its clients—Johnson Controls, Maxell, Exide, Trojan, EnerDel, Yardney, General Motors, Ford, Detroit Testing Labs and Intertek among others across the battery, automotive and electronics industries—value Bitrode for turnkey collaborations, and ongoing service.
AllCell Technologies (www.allcelltech.com) designs and develops thermal management solutions and manufactures lithium-ion battery packs for portable, stationary, and transportation applications. Its products cover e-mobility, renewable energy, and stationary energy storage markets. Its patented phase change material (PCM) surrounds each lithium-ion cell to absorb and conduct heat away from the battery, effectively doubling the life of the cells and preventing fire or damage to the battery. AllCells products avoid the need for expensive, complicated, and inefficient active thermal management systems, replacing pumps, motors, and hoses with an elegant passive system that requires no energy to operate and has no moving parts.
ATS is a world leader in the design and build of automated manufacturing equipment. With 20 facilities, 2,400 employees, and over 15,000 systems installed worldwide, it has a lifetime of experience automating the production of vehicle components. As technology advances from conventional to hybrid to fully electric vehicles, its capabilities continually evolve to keep pace. ATS Automation’s experience in motor assembly, electrified drive trains, electronics assembly and EOL Testing is the perfect complement to automation projects in the hybrid and full electric vehicle market.
Leveraging highly specialized manufacturing knowledge and global scale, ATS can be your one source, turnkey manufacturing solution provider starting at the R&D phase right through to your product shipment.
The KOSTAL Group is an independent, family group which was founded in 1912 in the German town of Lüdenscheid. Its headquarters are still located in the town.
The group's main activities include the development and manufacture of technologically advanced electronic and electromechanical (mechatronic) products. Many famous industrial companies, including all the world's leading automobile manufacturers and their suppliers feature in KOSTAL’s customer base.
To provide these customers with the international experience of a global company structure, while maintaining the flexibility of a medium-sized family organisation, the Group has 38 locations world-wide, with a work-force of about 13.503 people, ensuring competent and flexible service on a local basis.
EnerSys® is the largest industrial battery manufacturer in the world, operating manufacturing and assembly facilities worldwide for customers in over 100 countries.
EnerSys is uniquely positioned to provide expertise in designing, building, installing and maintaining a comprehensive stored energy solution for industrial applications throughout the world. The company's products and services are focused on three primary markets: motive power, reserve power and aerospace & defense. Motive power applications include material handling, railway and mining equipment, while reserve power applications consist of telecommunications, datacenters, electronics, security, portable power, switchgear/utility, and sports and leisure. Aerospace & defense applications include military planes, submarines and tactical vehicles.