High efficiency without replugging
The Inspectrum multiplexers are an efficient and space-saving channel extension for the Inspectrum Essential measuring devices without compromises.
Easy to use
The simple plug-and-measure integration enables quick commissioning of the MUX. Control is intuitive via USB or CAN.
High accuracy and repeatability
The robust mechanical and electrical design ensures that the accuracy and repeatability of EIS measurements are maintained for each multiplexer channel.
No calibration required
The multiplexer systems do not require separate calibration and do not require maintenance. Each channel is protected by individual relays.
The compact multiplexer is the most efficient solution for EIS measurements on many battery cells.
For maximum safety, each MUX channel is protected with logic and a relay.
Simply connect it to the Inspectrum.C and control it conveniently via USB or CAN.
The EIS measurement is not affected by the multiplexer and does not require separate calibration
Quickly and efficiently record the electrical properties of your battery in order to parameterize your thermal model.
Record the thermal properties of your battery quickly and efficiently in order to parameterize your thermal model.
Record the ageing trajectory of your battery quickly and efficiently in order to parameterize your ageing and usage model.
Quickly and efficiently record safety-critical battery processes to determine the operating limits of your battery.
Efficient and cost-effective
The Inspectrum.C 105 is the most efficient tool on the market for understanding batteries quickly and cost-effectively.
In compact dimensions, it combines a high excitation current with precise voltage measurements, making it easy to measure cells with < 0.5 mOhn internal resistance and > 150 Ah capacity.
Measure your battery in just a few seconds. The Inpectrum.C and Inspectrum.Suite software is ready to use in just a few clicks.
Simple condition and integration
You can integrate the Inspectrum.C into your existing test infrastructure via CAN and control it via external devices.