B3000 is a microprocessor-controlled device
used for independent revitalization of individual cells of a battery set.
The system comprises of charger RV801, discharger DISI4815 and external
SSW-55, providing automatic cycling of the batteries, according to the
The system can be connected to a computer, directly or after operation,
ensuring direct survey of the state of the batteries.
System current can be raised from 80 to 200A per cell by connecting an
external set for charging.
During the revitalization process, the user defines all the parameters for
each individual cell and the whole set, containing up to 31 cells.
The parameters that are monitored are transient voltage, current and
capacity of each cell individually, and also the temperature of the
battery set. After each cycle, the change in capacity is measured. The
results can be read on an LCD, or presented graphically on a computer,
where capacity can be compared for each cell in three cycles.
The system is autonomous and after start-up no intervention by the user is
necessary until the user-defined cycles are performed. All parameters are
adjustable in the software, including the temperature curves for different
types of batteries.