EVT 7000 - Testing System for Battery Module&Pack

EVT 7000 is designed for those battery module or pack with a voltage higher than 100V.
Features of Neware EVT 7000 Battery Tester

Key Features

  • High voltage, customizable voltage ranges from 100V to 1000V
  • High power, up to 1000kVA
  • reliable and flexible DSP + FPGA architecture
  • Highly dynamic IGBT power circuits
  • Full sine wave energy regeneration
  • Rapid response. ≤10ms
  • 0.1% Full-scale accuracy for current & voltage
  • 10Hz data acquisition frequency
  • 100Hz data acquisition frequency
  • CANBus supported, system can get information by parsing BMS data
  • Drive cycle simulation supporte


Neware EVT 7000 Battery Tester Applications
Drive Cycle Simulation | Capacity | Cycle Life | HPPC | DCR | Over-charge | Over-discharge

Powerful Conditional Syntax

Conditional Syntax of Neware EVT 7000 Battery Tester

Neware facilitates you to run some complex battery testing applications by our powerful conditional syntax with user definable variables

Drive Cycle Simulation

BTS 8000 features multi-current ranges and high data acquisition frequency, enabling it the best hardware performance to perform drive cycle simulations By import txt or Excel file with 2 columns of data, including output current or power vs. time, system will automatically reposone the set value. Your other protection conditions can also be valid during the simulation
Drive cycle simulation by Neware EVT 7000 battery tester
Neware EVT 7000 Battery Tester



AC 110V±10% or 220V±10% three-phase, 50/60Hz, AC 480V three-phase
Input power varies with the output power


Voltage: 0.5% - 100% FSR (Full Scale Range, range from 100V to 1000V)
Current: 0.5% - 100% FSR (Full Scale Range, range from 50A to 1000A)

Resolution: 16bit

Data Acquisition
Frequency: 10Hz
Time Interval: 100ms to 60000 seconds
Voltage Interval: 0.2% -100% FSR
Current Interval: 0.2% -100% FSR

Response Time: 10ms.

Operation Mode
Charge: Constant Current, Constant Voltage, Constant Power
Discharge: Constant Current, Constant Power, Constant Resistance
Simulation: Constant Current, Constant Power
End Conditions: Voltage, Current, Step Time, Capacity, Energy and other defined variables

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