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Lithium-Ion Batteries – IEC/EN/UL/CSA 62133-2

Hermon Laboratories is proud to announce the expansion of our testing and certification services, now encompassing Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries, compliant with the stringent IEC/EN/UL/CSA 62133-2 family of standards.

In today’s ever-growing landscape of electronic devices, ranging from cell phones and laptops to critical medical equipment, drones, and electric vehicles, the safe operation of Lithium-Ion Batteries is of paramount importance. While Lithium-Ion batteries offer remarkable advantages, they also bring inherent sensitivity compared to traditional acid electrolytes, making safety a top priority.

Given past safety incidents involving Lithium-Ion batteries, there has been a substantial push for standardized safety requirements. These regulations have become increasingly stringent to ensure the highest level of safety for consumers and industries alike.

To meet the demands of both international and local markets, it is crucial to obtain product certifications and ensure compliance with these rigorous safety requirements. The newly established IEC 62133-2 standard plays a pivotal role in defining these requirements and conducting tests to assess the safety of rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries. This standard is comprehensive, covering a wide array of factors related to battery safety, including electrical, mechanical, and chemical aspects.

Starting today, Hermon Laboratories is fully equipped to implement the IEC 62133-2 safety standard for rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries, including its variations tailored for the European (EN) and North American (UL/CSA) markets. Our commitment to compliance and safety makes us your trusted partner in achieving certification, proudly displaying the CE and UL marks.

You can rely on Hermon Laboratories to provide the utmost precision, safety, and quality in the rapidly evolving landscape of Lithium-Ion Battery technology. Trust us as your comprehensive, one-stop solution for all your certification needs in the European and North American markets

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