The Calibration & Monitor System of Battery Operation Parameters Simulation Generator Based on LabVIEW


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A battery operation parameters simulation generator was specially designed for testing battery management units. Its purpose is to provide a test platform for the industrialization of the battery management units. The parameters simulation generator can provide the battery in various conditions of voltage, current, temperature and other analog signals. In order to calibrate the battery simulation parameters in real-time, a complete set of the calibration and monitoring interface was designed based on LabVIEW (Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench) environment. The human-computer interface can achieve calibration control of voltage, current, temperature signals online, data analysis, data display, data storage, and fault diagnosis. Test results show that the developed human-computer interface is able to realize real-time calibration and monitoring functions for battery operation parameters simulation generator. Furthermore,the interface also has good real-time and stability, and has a certain application value on the testing and evaluation of the battery management unit.



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J.H. Wu




J. Zeng et al., "The Calibration & Monitor System of Battery Operation Parameters Simulation Generator Based on LabVIEW", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 645, pp. 272-275, 2013

Online since:

January 2013




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