Impedance spectroscopy

Impedance spectroscopy is the name of a procedure NOVUM uses to check batteries for their general functionality as well as state of charge, residual capacity and expected service life. In this process, current is sent into the battery within a certain frequency range, which generates various response signals. In this way, we obtain a non-invasive image of the chemical processes inside the battery, which we evaluate using neural networks. Impedance spectroscopy is used by us whenever you have no prior information about your batteries or your existing system data is not sufficient to train artificial intelligence with.