(19)
(11)EP 3 330 720 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
26.06.2019 Bulletin 2019/26

(21)Application number: 16201363.5

(22)Date of filing:  30.11.2016
(51)International Patent Classification (IPC): 
G01R 1/20(2006.01)
H01C 7/13(2006.01)
G01R 19/00(2006.01)
G01R 31/36(2019.01)

(54)

SYSTEM FOR CHARGE-DISCHARGE CYCLER

SYSTEM FÜR EINEN LADE-ENTLADE-CYCLER

SYSTÈME DE CYCLEUR DE CHARGE-DÉCHARGE


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(43)Date of publication of application:
06.06.2018 Bulletin 2018/23

(73)Proprietor: Yuyang DNU Co., Ltd
Hwaseong si, Gyeonggi-do 18530 (KR)

(72)Inventors:
  • LEE, Tae Hoon
    42750 Daegu (KR)
  • YOO, Byung Gil
    39458 Gyeongsangbuk-do (KR)
  • LEE, Il Kyu
    39247 Gyeongsangbuk-do (KR)

(74)Representative: Petraz, Gilberto Luigi et al
GLP S.r.l.
Viale Europa Unita, 171 33100 Udine
Viale Europa Unita, 171 33100 Udine (IT)


(56)References cited: : 
EP-A1- 2 068 402
US-A- 5 699 036
KR-A- 20140 134 517
US-A1- 2013 314 827
  
      
    Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


    Description

    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION


    Field of the Invention



    [0001] The present disclosure relates to a system for charge-discharger cycler, and more particularly to a system for charge-discharge cycler to enhance the degree of precision of a test for battery performance by a charge-discharge simulation of a secondary battery and a shunt connection structure of a system for charge-discharge cycler.

    Description of the Related Art



    [0002] As demand and technology development for an electric vehicle grow, demand on a secondary battery as an energy source is rapidly increased. There are many researches in progress for a secondary battery with high energy density and discharge voltage which are to be commercialized and used widely.

    [0003] Conventionally, the Korean Patent No. 1384898 includes a function test unit for embedding a hardware for testing a battery performance by test categories, a firmware for controlling a hardware process of the function test unit, a database server for storing a history of data and a criteria information of the test, and an operating software for controlling a test by collecting test data, managing a criteria information of the test, and processing data and messages between the function test unit and the firmware.

    [0004] In general, a secondary battery is configured by stacking or winding an electrode assembly having a negative electrode, a positive electrode, and a separator membrane, embedding it in a battery case made with a metal can or a laminate sheet, and then injecting an electrolyte or combining them.

    [0005] A secondary battery is not permanent, but can be recharged repeatedly to be used. Thus, it is widely used as a power source of various electrical electronic devices such as a mobile phone, a PDA. For example, a current applied to a second battery system through a circuit and a shunt can be measured by mounting a shunt on a circuit provided for measuring the current. A secondary battery is employed in a main power source for a hybrid car or an electric vehicle as well as an electrical/electronic device such as a mobile phone. Thus it may be important to measure the current for a secondary battery by using a shunt.

    [0006] Conventionally when a shunt of a battery charging/discharging test instrument for measuring a current is made, a shunt made of a manganese material is connected to a main body made of copper by welding with lead or silver. A straight groove for connecting with a shunt is prepared in the main body of a current conducting member made of copper and is welded with silver or lead.

    [0007] However, since a shunt is made in an elongated form, a welding part is often cracked by more torque hung on the one end when strength is hung on the other end.

    [0008] The change of silver soldering resistance by silver soldering at the welded part due to such cracks may cause the change of an overall resistance. When a resistance is changed and too much resistance occurs between a shunt and a circuit substrate, it may cause a problem that a charging capacity of a charging object such as a secondary battery is measured to be too small. If the current of the secondary battery is measured to be too small, the secondary battery as the charging object is charged with too much current and consequently it can cause a serious problem such as an explosion of the secondary battery, etc.

    [0009] In addition, while a rapid discharge occurs in an electric vehicle for a temporary acceleration, a test for a rapid charge-discharge with a conventional device has not yet been performed under such environments. If a battery performance is not qualified, a stability problem such as overheating/fire may occur. Thus, a complete test for a rapid charge-discharge of a battery is required.

    [0010] Conventionally, there is a noise problem due to a distance between a control read end and a shunt sensing unit for testing a battery charge-discharge cycle performance, and another problem with no saturation when the applied current is 50A or more.

    [Documents of Related Art]



    [0011] 

    (Patent Document 1) Korean Patent No. 10-1384898 (registered on 7 April, 2014)

    (Patent Document 2) EP 2 068 402

    (Patent Document 3) US 2013/314827

    (Patent Document 4) US 5 699 036

    (Patent Document 5) KR 2014 0134517


    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION



    [0012] The present disclosure is derived to solve the aforementioned problems, and is directed to providing a system for charge-discharge cycler in which a structure of a shunt is improved to improve performance/accuracy of a current control as a key component of an instrument for testing a secondary battery charge-discharge.

    [0013] The present disclosure is also is directed to providing a system for charge-discharge cycler which enables to test a battery load under a real driving condition during a complete inspection with a charge-discharge test before releasing a battery cell for an electric vehicle.

    [0014] In order to achieve the purpose as above, a system for charge-discharge cycler may include a current measuring circuit unit 300 for measuring a current wave form of charge-discharge with a voltage across a shunt according to a charge-discharge signal; and a current conducting member 260 combined with a shunt which is connected to the current measuring circuit unit electrically. And a shunt connecting groove 270 is provided at the end of the current conducting member 260 for insertion into the inside of the current conducting member, and a side connecting groove 280 penetrating the current conducting member is formed perpendicular to the way the shunt connecting groove is formed.

    [0015] Preferably, an end of shunt is combined with a shunt connecting groove for a current conducting member, and the shunt and the current conducting member are combined by silver soldering at the shunt connecting groove and the side connecting groove. The current conducting member 260 is formed in '

    ' shape where a plurality of shunts are connected. And the side connecting groove 280 of the current conducting member may be formed in a looped curve.

    [0016] Preferably, a shunt 200 may include a first shunt body portion 210 connected to the current measuring circuit unit by a first current conducting member, a connecting body portion 230 extended from an end of the first shunt body portion, a second shunt body portion 220 connected to the current measuring circuit unit by being connected from the connecting body portion.

    [0017] In addition, a shunt has an insulating layer in the opposite sides made with a manganese material, may include a heat sink located on the insulating layer, and a cooling fan for cooling the heat from the shunt

    [0018] In addition, a shunt 200 may include a first shunt body portion 210 connected to the current measuring circuit unit by a first current conducting member, a connecting body portion 230 extended from an end of the first shunt body portion, a second shunt body portion 220 connected to the current measuring circuit unit by being connected from the connecting body portion.

    [0019] The connecting body portion 230 is prepared such that the first shunt body portion and the second shunt body portion face each other. The connecting portion of a first shunt body portion connected to the current measuring circuit unit is located to be adjacent to the connection portion of a second shunt body portion connected to the current measuring circuit unit. In addition, the shunt 200 may have a Kelvin sensing terminal formed by a boundary space 250 formed at one end of shunt passing through the shunt.

    [0020] A current measuring circuit unit 300 measures the original charge-discharge current Tr/Tf of a battery, and can measure DCIR in 1 ms unit.

    [0021] The system for charge-discharge cycler according to the present invention can improve the degree of the degree of precision/performance of a current control during a charge-discharge test of a secondary battery, and raise the standard of development/aspect of the secondary battery.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



    [0022] The above and other objects, features and other advantages of the present invention will be more clearly understood from the following detailed description when taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, in which:

    FIG. 1 is illustrates a structure of a shunt.

    FIG. 2 is a diagram of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a structure of a shunt of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 4 is a graph of a current stabilization characteristic according to time and a shunt coupling in a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIGS. 5-6 illustrate a current graph according to sensing minimization and a shunt shape of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 7 illustrates a shape of a shunt of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 8 illustrates a structure of a shunt combination of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 9 illustrates a structure of a current conducting member of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 10 illustrates a structure of a shunt attached with a heatsink of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 11 illustrates a structure of Kelvin(V)sensing board and a shunt of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 12 is a graph of a shunt stabilization test a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 13 illustrates a structure minimizing a distance of a V-SENSING wire between a sensing unit, i.e. a current measuring circuit unit and a shunt of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    FIG. 14 illustrates a structure of a cooling fan and a shunt for large amounts of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.


    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION



    [0023] Hereinbelow, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Throughout the drawings, the same reference numerals will refer to the same or like parts.

    [0024] The present disclosure relates to a system for charge-discharge cycler, which can stabilize a current according to time and improve a precision level of a current according to a shape and a combination structure of a shunt during charge-discharge.

    [0025] In addition, the present invention is characterized in that a drastic charge-discharge state of an electric vehicle during a drive of an electric vehicle can simulated in the same manner as an actual charge-discharge applied to a battery, thereby shortening the inspection time.

    [0026] The present invention will be described more fully hereinafter with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which exemplary embodiments are shown.

    [0027] As illustrated in FIG. 2, a system for charge-discharge cycler may include a schedule input unit 100, a shunt 200, a current measuring circuit unit 300.

    [0028] The schedule input unit 100 is provided for producing and input a charge/discharge schedule signal applied to a battery for a test of a battery operation.

    [0029] At this time, the charge/discharge schedule signal is for a cell test. The schedule input unit 100 receives the charge/discharge schedule signal, and determines the charge/discharge schedule signal so that the conditions that affect the charge/discharge operation characteristic of the battery can be simulated in the same manner as the actual conditions.

    [0030] The schedule input unit 100 can distinguish a schedule signal for testing the charge/discharge function of the secondary battery and a schedule signal for testing the fluctuating charge/discharge cycle. The charge/discharge function test of the secondary battery is for testing the battery performance by switching charging and discharging according to time, and the fluctuating charge/discharge cycle test is for testing a battery performance according to the charge/discharge state of an electric vehicle during a real drive.

    [0031] Such a charge/discharge schedule signal can simulate the actual charge/discharge state of an electric vehicle including a triangular wave, a sine wave, a half-wave pulse waveform and an arbitrary waveform. Thus, the present disclosure may include a function to shorten time to mass production or inspection by using a precise pulse of a high current. The charge/ discharge schedule signal of the input waveform can be entered for the test as a various waveform input depending on a charge/discharge environment by using the Programmable Pulse Compiler.

    [0032] The current measuring circuit unit 300 is provided to measure a current wave form of charge-discharge with a voltage across a shunt according to a charge-discharge signal. The current measuring circuit unit 300 measures the original charge-discharge current Tr/Tf of a battery, and can measure DCIR in 1ms unit.

    [0033] In implementing this feature, the degree of precision/performance of the current control can be improved by a structure of combination, a structure of the current conducting member, and a shunt, which are described below.

    [0034] It is possible to solve the problem that noise is generated due to the distance between the shunt sensing unit and the current measuring circuit unit, i.e. the distance between a reading terminal of the control board and the shunt sensing unit for testing the charge/discharge cycle performance of the battery.

    [0035] First, a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment includes a current conducting member 260 combined with a shunt which is connected to a current measuring circuit unit electrically.

    [0036] Referring to FIGS. 8-9, an exemplary embodiment of the current conducting member 260 is described as below.

    [0037] For the current conducting member 260, a shunt connecting groove 270 is provided at the end of the current conduction member 260 for insertion into the inside of the current conducting member, and a side connecting groove 280 penetrating perpendicular to the way the shunt connecting groove is formed is formed.

    [0038] At this time, the current conducting member 260 is combined with the shunt so that one end of the shunt is inserted into the shunt coupling groove 270. The shunt and the current conducting member are combined in a structure by welding the shunt connecting groove 270 and the side connecting groove 280 with silver soldering.

    [0039] FIG. 9 illustrates the structure of the current conducting member. In FIG. 9, a front view of the shunt connecting groove 270 in which the current conducting member 260 and the shunt are connected is shown below the arrow sign. The below drawing as viewed from above the current conducting member illustrates that the shunt connecting groove 270 is formed inside the current conducting member 260 and the side connecting groove 280 is formed penetrating perpendicular to the way the shunt connecting groove 270 is formed.

    [0040] The width of the shunt connecting groove 270 is smaller than one of the current conducting member 260 so that silver soldering is performed to the side of the shunt connecting groove and the side connecting groove 280 is formed in the shape of a closed curve to prevent the shunt from falling out sideways.

    [0041] The side connecting groove of the current conducting member 260 is formed in the shape of a closed curve, thereby increasing the welded area by the silver soldering. Thus, when combined with the shunt, the opposite ends of the shunt are combined with the shunt connecting groove and the side connecting groove by welding the inside of the side connecting groove. Thus, it is possible to maintain a higher bonding strength.

    [0042] According to such combining structure, it appears that the two parts at the opposite ends of the shunt (the shunt connecting groove, the side connecting groove) are holding the shunt by welding the shunt connecting groove and the side connecting groove with silver soldering. Thus, even when a torque due to an external force is generated, there is not high possibility that cracks will occur due to damage on the portion welded with silver soldering.

    [0043] The current conducting member 260 of the system for charge-discharge cycler according to the exemplary embodiment is formed in a '

    ' shape as shown in FIG. 11 and it can be combined with a plurality of shunts. In FIG. 11, the shunt is combined with the '

    ' shaped current conducting member in the form of a straight line, and the Kelvin (V) sensing board is combined to block the noise.

    [0044] Meanwhile, in the system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention, another exemplary embodiment of the current conducting member 260' will be described with reference to FIG 10 as in the following.

    [0045] A shunt connecting hole 1 is formed at one end of the current conducting member 260'. a shunt is combined through the current conducting member 260'. The current conducting member 260' is characterized by a structure in which the shunt is combined with the current conducting member by being welded with silver soldering in the shunt hole 1.

    [0046] Next, the structure of the shunt 200 combined with the current conducting member 260 and 260' will be described with reference to FIG. 7.

    [0047] The shunt 200 is electrically combined with the current measuring circuit unit through the current conducting member 260 and 260'. The shunt 200 may include a first shunt body portion 210, a connecting body portion 220 extending from an end of the first shunt body portion, and a second body portion 230 extending from the connecting body portion and electrically connected to the current measuring circuit unit.

    [0048] Here, the connecting body portion 220 is formed so that the first shunt body portion and the second shunt body portion are opposed to each other and are located in such a way that the distance between the end of the shunt in which the first shunt body portion and the second shunt body portion are combined with the current measuring circuit unit (Kelvin (V) sensing) and the end of PCB board is close. With this structure, the connecting portion of the first shunt body portion combined with the current measuring circuit unit and the connecting portion of the second shunt body connecting unit connected to the current measuring circuit unit are arranged to be adjacent to each other so that accuracy can be improved by reducing the noise.

    [0049] In addition, the shunt 200 may be formed in a way that an auxiliary space 240 is formed at the ends of the first shunt body portion 210 and the second shunt body portion 220, protruding with a width less than the first shunt body portion and the second shunt body portion to be fit into the current measuring circuit unit 300.

    [0050] In addition, a boundary space 250 formed in the shape of a circular hole in the inward part of an auxiliary space 240 of the shunt 200 may pass through the shunt that a Kelvin sensing terminal can be formed.

    [0051] The shunt 200 may also include a heat sink disposed on an insulating layer which is disposed on opposite surfaces made of a manganese material And a cooling fan for cooling the heat generated in the shunt may be included.

    [0052] Meanwhile, another embodiment of a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 13 as in the following.

    [0053] A current measuring circuit unit 300 for measuring a charge/discharge current waveform with a voltage across the shunt according to a charge/discharge test signal, and a current conducting member 260 combined with a shunt electrically connected to the current measuring circuit unit are included.

    [0054] In this embodiment, the shunt includes a first shunt (a low-capacity shunt, a shunt combined with the current conducting member in the second embodiment) disposed in the current measuring circuit unit, and a second shunt (a high-capacity shunt, a shunt combined with the current conducting member in the first embodiment), and may include a cooling fan for cooling the heat generated in the first shunt and the second shunt.

    [0055] The first shunt is disposed in the current measuring circuit unit, and the second shunt is disposed apart from the first shunt. The current measuring circuit unit may include a sensing unit selectively connecting the first shunt or the second shunt according to an applied current. At this time, the sensing unit may be disposed so that the first shunt or the second shunt connecting portion is adjacent to the sensing unit. As the distance between the sensing unit and the first shunt or the sensing unit and the second shunt is minimized, the noise can be decreased.

    [0056] As shown in FIG. 12, the present invention can improve the current accuracy according to the structure of combination and the shape of the shunt during charge/discharge and stabilize the current according to time, as shown in the graph of FIG. 12 through experiments.

    [0057] The shunt of the system for charge-discharge cycler according to the present embodiment can be produced as if it is stamped by a press or the like, and a Kelvin sensing terminal is formed at the same time when this shunt is produced . Since a current measuring device such as an ammeter can be connected to the Kelvin sensing terminal in a circuit to perform a precise current measurement, there is no need to scrape the surface of the shunt and connect an ammeter to the part so that accurate current measurement can be performed. Thus, productivity can be increased.

    [0058] When producing a shunt (when cutting a manganese board), the Kelvin sensing terminal is also implemented. Thus, there is no additional cost to implement the sensing point. That is, since there is no additional cost for implementing the sensing point, the production cost can be lowered.

    [0059] The shunt of the system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention is configured such that the first shunt body portion 210 and the second shunt body portion 220 are arranged facing each other The first shunt body portion 210 and the second shunt body portion 210 are configured to face each other by forming a connecting body portion 230 by bending the substantially middle portion of the shunt-processed flat iron made of manganese or manganese alloys (for example, a mixed alloy of manganese and copper, etc.).

    [0060] FIG. 4 is a graph of a current stabilization characteristic according to time and a shunt combination in a system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    [0061] The system for charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention generates and applies a charge/discharge schedule signal to perform a battery load test on the actual running environment of an electric vehicle, and a low current (0.1A) CCCV Cut is possible for 400A facilities. It also measures DCIR directly in the unit of 1ms and can measure IEC-62576 DCIR.

    [0062] The operating system may be able to drive the charge/discharge schedules created by the user. In addition, one current measuring circuit unit channel can be operated simultaneously on multiple channels, and the screen size can be adjusted on the display of the charge-discharge cycler according to the operator's preference. On this display, various information such as Volt/Current/Watt/Temp Ocv can be displayed.

    [0063] FIGS. 5 and 6 are graphs showing a current curve according to sensing minimization and a shunt shape of a system for a charge-discharge cycler according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention.

    [0064] Although a preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described for illustrative purposes, those skilled in the art will appreciate that various modifications, additions and substitutions are possible, without departing from the scope of the invention as disclosed in the accompanying claims.


    Claims

    1. A system for charge-discharge cycler characterized in that the system comprises:

    a current measuring circuit unit (300) for measuring a current wave form of charge-discharge with a voltage across a shunt according to a charge-discharge signal; and

    a current conducting member (260) combined with a shunt which is connected to the current measuring circuit unit (300) electrically,

    wherein a shunt connecting groove (270) is provided at the end of the current conducting member (260) for insertion of the shunt into the inside of the current conducting member (260), and a side connecting groove (280) penetrating the current conducting member (260) is formed perpendicular to the way the shunt connecting groove (270) is formed.


     
    2. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein one end of the shunt is combined with the shunt connecting groove (270) for the current conducting member (260), and the shunt and the current conducting member (260) are combined by silver soldering at the shunt connecting groove (270) and the side connecting groove (280).
     
    3. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the current conducting member (260) is formed in '

    ' shape with which a plurality of shunts are combined.
     
    4. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the side connecting groove (280) is formed in the shape of a closed curve.
     
    5. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the shunt (200) comprises a first shunt body portion (210) connected to the current measuring circuit unit (260) by a first current conducting member; a connecting body portion (230) extended from one end of the first shunt body portion; and a second shunt body portion (220) extended from the connecting body portion and connected to the current measuring circuit unit (300) and the second current conducting member.
     
    6. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the shunt has a structure that insulating layers are provided on the opposite sides of a manganese material, and a heat sink is located on the insulating layer.
     
    7. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the shunt has a structure that insulating layers are provided on the opposite sides of a manganese material, a heat sink is located on the insulating layer, and a cooling fan is included for cooling the heat from the shunt.
     
    8. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the shunt (200) comprises a first shunt body portion (210) connected to the current measuring circuit unit by a first current conducting member; a connecting body portion (230) extended from an end of the first shunt body portion; a second shunt body portion (220) connected to the current measuring circuit unit by being connected from the connecting body portion, wherein the connecting body portion (230) is arranged such that the first shunt body portion and the second shunt body portion are opposed to each other and the connecting portion of the first shunt body portion connected to the current measuring circuit unit is located to be adjacent to the connecting portion of the second shunt body portion connected to the current measuring circuit unit.
     
    9. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein a boundary space (250) formed at one end of the shunt (200) passes through the shunt to form a Kelvin sensing terminal.
     
    10. The system for charge-discharge cycler of claim 1, wherein the current measuring circuit unit (300) measures the original charge-discharge current Tr/Tf of a battery, and can measure DCIR in 1 ms unit.
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Ein System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass das System folgendes aufweist:

    eine Strommessschaltungseinheit (300) zum Messen einer Stromwellenform einer Lade-Entladung mit einer Spannung an einem Nebenschlusswiderstand gemäß einem Lade-Entlade-Signal; und

    ein Stromleitelement (260), kombiniert mit einem Nebenschlusswiderstand, welcher mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit (300) elektrisch verbunden ist,

    wobei eine Nebenschlusswiderstandsverbindungsnut (270) am Ende des Stromleitelements (260) zum Einsetzen des Nebenschlusswiderstandes in das Innere des Stromleitelements (260) vorgesehen ist, und eine Seitenverbindungsnut (280), die das Stromleitelement (260) durchdringt, senkrecht zu der Art, wie die Nebenschlusswiderstandsverbindungsnut (270) gebildet ist, gebildet ist.


     
    2. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei ein Ende des Nebenschlusswiderstands mit der Nebenschlusswiderstandsverbindungsnut (270) für das Stromleitelement (260) kombiniert ist, und der Nebenschlusswiderstand und das Stromleitelement (260) durch Silberlöten an der Nebenschlusswiderstandsverbindungsnut (270) und der Seitenverbindungsnut (280) kombiniert sind.
     
    3. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei das Stromleitelement (260) in '

    '-Form gebildet ist, mit welchem eine Vielzahl von Nebenschlusswiderständen kombiniert sind.
     
    4. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Seitenverbindungsnut (280) in der Form einer geschlossenen Kurve gebildet ist.
     
    5. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Nebenschlusswiderstand (200) einen ersten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteil (210), welcher mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit (260) durch ein erstes Stromleitelement verbunden ist; einen Verbindungskörperteil (230), welcher sich von einem Ende des ersten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteils erstreckt; und einen zweiten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteil (220), weleher sich von dem Verbindungskörperteil erstreckt und mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit (300) und dem zweiten Stromleitungselement verbunden ist, aufweist.
     
    6. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Nebenschlusswiderstand eine Struktur hat, dass Isolierschichten auf den gegenüberliegenden Seiten eines Manganmaterials vorgesehen sind, und ein Wärmeableiter auf der Isolierschicht angeordnet ist.
     
    7. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Nebenschlusswiderstand eine Struktur hat, dass Isolierschichten auf den gegenüberliegenden Seiten eines Manganmaterials vorgesehen sind, und ein Wärmeableiter auf der Isolierschicht angeordnet ist, und ein Kühllüfter ist zum Kühlen der Wärme von dem Nebenschlusswiderstand enthalten.
     
    8. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Nebenschlusswiderstand (200) einen ersten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteil (210), der mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit durch ein erstes Stromleitelement verbunden ist; einen Verbindungskörperteil (230), welcher sich von einem Ende des ersten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteils erstreckt; einen zweiten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteil (220), welcher mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit verbunden ist, indem er von dem Verbindungskörperabschnitt verbunden ist, wobei der Verbindungskörperteil (230) derart angeordnet ist, dass der erste Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteil und der zweite Nebenschlusswiderstandkörperteil einander gegenüberliegen und der Verbindungsteil des ersten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteils, welcher mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit verbunden ist, angeordnet ist, um zu dem Verbindungsteil des zweiten Nebenschlusswiderstandskörperteils, welcher mit der Strommessschaltungseinheit verbunden ist, benachbart zu sein, aufweist.
     
    9. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei ein Grenzraum (250), der an einem Ende des Nebenschlusswiderstands (200) gebildet ist, durch den Nebenschlusswiderstand verläuft, um einen Kelvin-Abfühlanschluss zu bilden.
     
    10. Das System für einen Lade-Entlade-Zykler nach Anspruch 1, wobei die Strommessschaltungseinheit (300) den ursprünglichen Lade-Entlade-Strom Tr/Tf einer Batterie misst, und Gleichstrominnenwiderstand in 1ms-Einheit messen kann.
     


    Revendications

    1. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge, caractérisé en ce que le système comprend :

    une unité de circuit de mesure de courant (300) pour mesurer une forme d'onde de courant de charge-décharge avec une tension à travers un dérivateur selon un signal de charge-décharge ; et

    un élément conducteur de courant (260) combiné à un dérivateur qui est connecté électriquement à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant (300),

    dans lequel une rainure de connexion de dérivateur (270) est fournie à l'extrémité de l'élément conducteur de courant (260) pour l'insertion du dérivateur à l'intérieur de l'élément conducteur de courant (260), et une rainure de connexion latérale (280) pénétrant dans l'élément conducteur de courant (260) est formée perpendiculairement à la manière dont la rainure de connexion de dérivateur (270) est formée.


     
    2. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1, dans lequel une extrémité du dérivateur est combinée à la rainure de connexion de dérivateur (270) pour l'élément conducteur de courant (260), et le dérivateur et l'élément conducteur de courant (260) sont combinées par brasage à l'argent au niveau de la rainure de connexion de dérivateur (270) et de la rainure de connexion latérale (280).
     
    3. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1,
    dans lequel l'élément conducteur de courant (260) est formé en une forme de «

    » avec laquelle une pluralité de dérivateurs sont combinés.
     
    4. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1, dans lequel la rainure de connexion latérale (280) est formée sous la forme d'une courbe fermée.
     
    5. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1,
    dans lequel le dérivateur (200) comprend une première partie de corps de dérivateur (210) connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant (260) par un premier élément conducteur de courant ; une partie de corps de connexion (230) s'étendant à partir d'une première extrémité de la première partie de corps de dérivateur ; et
    une seconde partie de corps de dérivateur (220) s'étendant depuis la partie de corps de connexion et connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant (300) et au second élément conducteur de courant.
     
    6. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1, dans lequel le dérivateur a une structure dans laquelle des couches isolantes sont fournies sur les côtés opposés d'un matériau de manganèse, et un dissipateur thermique est situé sur la couche isolante.
     
    7. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1,
    dans lequel le dérivateur a une structure dans laquelle des couches isolantes sont fournies sur les côtés opposés d'un matériau de manganèse, un dissipateur de chaleur est situé sur la couche isolante, et un ventilateur de refroidissement est inclus pour refroidir la chaleur provenant du dérivateur.
     
    8. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1,
    dans lequel le dérivateur (200) comprend une première partie de corps de dérivateur (210) connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant par un premier élément conducteur de courant ; une partie de corps de connexion (230) étendue à partir d'une extrémité de la première partie de corps de dérivateur ; une seconde partie de corps de dérivateur (220) connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant en étant connectée à partir de la partie de corps de connexion, dans lequel la partie de corps de connexion (230) est agencée de sorte que la première partie de corps de dérivateur et la seconde partie de corps de dérivateur sont opposées l'une à l'autre et que la partie de connexion de la première partie de corps de dérivateur connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant est positionnée de manière à être adjacente à la partie de connexion de la seconde partie de corps de dérivation connectée à l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant.
     
    9. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1, dans lequel un espace limite (250) formé à une extrémité du dérivateur (200) passe à travers le dérivateur pour former une broche de détection de type Kelvin.
     
    10. Système pour cycleur de charge-décharge selon la revendication 1,
    dans lequel l'unité de circuit de mesure de courant (300) mesure le courant de charge-décharge d'origine Tr/Tf d'une batterie, et peut mesurer la DCIR en unités de 1 ms.
     




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