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Introduction to battery CB certification
The CB system (IEC system for electrical product qualification testing and certification) is an international system operated by IECEE. The certification agencies of IECEE member countries test the safety performance of electrical products based on IEC standards. The test results are CB test reports and CB A system whereby test certificates are mutually recognized by IECEE member countries. As of now, a total of 66 certification bodies in 51 countries around the world and more than 270 CB laboratories under their jurisdiction have participated in this mutual trust system. The purpose is to reduce international trade barriers that arise from having to meet different national certification or approval guidelines. IECEE is the abbreviation of the International Electrotechnical Commission Organization for Qualification Testing and Certification of Electrical Products.
After an enterprise obtains a CB certificate from one of the certification agencies, due to the mutual recognition agreement, it can no longer conduct repeated testing, but only conducts report review and supplementary testing or national difference testing, which can be converted into safety certification certificates of other member countries.
Battery CB certification product range
Portable sealed secondary battery cells and batteries (packs) containing alkaline or non-acidic electrolytes
IEC62133 test standard:
Secondary cells and batteries (packs) containing alkaline or non-acidic electrolytes: safety requirements for portable sealed secondary cells and batteries (packs) used in portable equipment.
Battery CB test items
1. Low rate charging
2. Vibration
3. Temperature cycle
4. External short circuit
5. Free fall
6. Hot stamping
7. Crush the battery (squeeze from the front and sides)
8. Low voltage test
9. Overcharge test
10. Over-discharge test
11. High rate charging
CB certification application process
1. Fill in the application form;
2. Provide product information;
3. Send samples;
4. The test is OK and the report is submitted to the certification body (NCB);
5. The report will be reviewed and a CB certificate will be issued upon passing the report.
Advantages of CB certification
In the past, most electronic and electrical products needed to meet different regulations when entering various countries. Obtaining product safety certification from each country was a difficult, time- and money-consuming process. But now relying on the CB system, manufacturers can obtain safety certifications from 54 countries at one time, truly meeting multiple testing needs in one test.
Manufacturers that have obtained CB certificates can greatly reduce costs, effort and time when applying for other certifications.
1. Enterprises can easily convert CB test reports into VDE, GS, GOST-R, SASO, Australian RCM and other certification marks
2.CB test report can be easily converted into Chinese CCC certification or voluntary certification
3. Obtaining CB certification is conducive to being directly recognized by many countries, such as Southeast Asian countries and other recognized battery product CB certification inspection standards: IEC62133:
"Safety Requirements for Single Cells (Battery Cells) and Battery Packs Containing Alkaline or Non-Acidic Electrolytes, Portable Cells and Batteries Made Using Them, and Portable Applications"

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Introduction to battery CB certification

Introduction to battery CB certification

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Product Description

Introduction to battery CB certification
The CB system (IEC system for electrical product qualification testing and certification) is an international system operated by IECEE. The certification agencies of IECEE member countries test the safety performance of electrical products based on IEC standards. The test results are CB test reports and CB A system whereby test certificates are mutually recognized by IECEE member countries. As of now, a total of 66 certification bodies in 51 countries around the world and more than 270 CB laboratories under their jurisdiction have participated in this mutual trust system. The purpose is to reduce international trade barriers that arise from having to meet different national certification or approval guidelines. IECEE is the abbreviation of the International Electrotechnical Commission Organization for Qualification Testing and Certification of Electrical Products.
After an enterprise obtains a CB certificate from one of the certification agencies, due to the mutual recognition agreement, it can no longer conduct repeated testing, but only conducts report review and supplementary testing or national difference testing, which can be converted into safety certification certificates of other member countries.
Battery CB certification product range
Portable sealed secondary battery cells and batteries (packs) containing alkaline or non-acidic electrolytes
IEC62133 test standard:
Secondary cells and batteries (packs) containing alkaline or non-acidic electrolytes: safety requirements for portable sealed secondary cells and batteries (packs) used in portable equipment.
Battery CB test items
1. Low rate charging
2. Vibration
3. Temperature cycle
4. External short circuit
5. Free fall
6. Hot stamping
7. Crush the battery (squeeze from the front and sides)
8. Low voltage test
9. Overcharge test
10. Over-discharge test
11. High rate charging
CB certification application process
1. Fill in the application form;
2. Provide product information;
3. Send samples;
4. The test is OK and the report is submitted to the certification body (NCB);
5. The report will be reviewed and a CB certificate will be issued upon passing the report.
Advantages of CB certification
In the past, most electronic and electrical products needed to meet different regulations when entering various countries. Obtaining product safety certification from each country was a difficult, time- and money-consuming process. But now relying on the CB system, manufacturers can obtain safety certifications from 54 countries at one time, truly meeting multiple testing needs in one test.
Manufacturers that have obtained CB certificates can greatly reduce costs, effort and time when applying for other certifications.
1. Enterprises can easily convert CB test reports into VDE, GS, GOST-R, SASO, Australian RCM and other certification marks
2.CB test report can be easily converted into Chinese CCC certification or voluntary certification
3. Obtaining CB certification is conducive to being directly recognized by many countries, such as Southeast Asian countries and other recognized battery product CB certification inspection standards: IEC62133:
"Safety Requirements for Single Cells (Battery Cells) and Battery Packs Containing Alkaline or Non-Acidic Electrolytes, Portable Cells and Batteries Made Using Them, and Portable Applications"