IEC 62133:2012 Whitepaper
For many portable devices that use rechargeable Lithium or Nickel based battery systems as a source of power it is now necessary for the batteries to meet the requirements of the IEC 62133:2012 standard. This includes medical devices certified to IEC 60601-1 and test equipment certified to IEC 61010-1.
Changes between the 2nd and 1st editions of IEC62133
Scope of the standard
Specific requirements and tests for Nickel Systems
Specific requirements and tests for Lithium Systems
Marking & packaging
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