Neware MGW-1000 High Temperature Chamber for Battery Environmental Test
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Neware MGW-1000 high temperature chamber is designed for lab scale environment test on coin cell and pouch cells. It can heat up to 150℃. The cells are organized over two shelves that maximizes airflow and constant temperature conditions. The predrilled cable ports enable the in situ electrochemical performance measurements during the environmental test. It is compatible with Neware Battery tester for in situ battery performance test.
Other optional chamber capacity is 100L, 150L, 225L, 408L and 800L. Please contact MSE Supplies for a quote if you need other chamber capacity.
- Large Capacity: 1000L
- Temperature Fluctuation: ≤1℃
- Temperature Range: 15℃~150℃
- Temperature Deviation: ±2.0℃
Since 1998, Neware has been committed to providing world-class testing solutions for the batteries and capacitors. Neware has provided flexible, high accuracy battery testing equipment to more than 32,000 customers worldwide ranging from battery manufacturers to R&D institutes, such as Argonne National Lab, LG Chem, Johnson Matthey, 3M, MIT, Stanford University and Princeton University. Customers are satisficed with stable, cost-effective battery testing equipment, along with the great service of Neware. ISO9001:2015 certified.
MSE Supplies is an authorized distributor of Neware in the USA. The product figure is for reference only. The actual product may look different based on product configuration.
MSE Supplies is a US-based leading supplier of battery research materials and equipment with thousands of customers worldwide.
|Power||AC 380 ± 10 % three phase five wires(L1+L2+L3+N+E)|
|Cable Port||4 (2 on each side)|
|Temperature Range||(Room temperature +15℃)～150℃|
|Heating Time||15℃→150℃ ≤40 min|
|Warranty||Limited 1 year warranty. Lifetime technical support.|
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