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Lithium Battery Drop Test Report

December 9,2022
Lithium Battery Drop Test Report
  • Period:
  • 2017/10/22 - 2019/3/22
  • Certification bodies:
  • Shenzhen Anbotek Compliance Laboratory Limited

Lithium Battery Drop Test Report

UN 38.3 test report | lithium batteries
UN 38.3 refers to Part 3, Paragraph 3, of the United Nations Handbook on the Testing and Standards of Transport of Dangerous Goods. In order to ensure the safety of lithium battery air transportation and avoid unsafe incidents. 

Lithium batteries are classified as dangerous goods and can pose a safety risk if not tested and packaged in accordance with transport regulations.
UN 38.3 Tests series
Li-ion batteries must pass several tests to ensure the relative safety of batteries and cells during transport that vary based on the battery and components.

UN 38.3 test report requires:

altitude simulation test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
thermal test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
vibration test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
shock test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
55 °C external short circuit (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
impact test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) including packaging drop test before transportation;
overcharge (Secondary Batteries);
forced discharge (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries);
Products without the UN38.3 test qualification report can not be accepted.

All electric bike smart lithium-ion batteries made by Tritek are certified with un dot 38.3.