MEASUREMENT SYSTEM RM2610
in Li-ion battery electrode sheets
The RM2610 isolates and quantifies the resistance characteristics of electrode sheets, a major component of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs), as two components: the composite layer resistance and the interface resistance between the composite layer and collector. The system allows users to visualize these two quantities by measuring the surface of the electrode sheet with a test fixture that consists of an array of test probes and then using proprietary analytical techniques to quantify them.
- Measure composite resistivity [Ωcm]
- Measure interface resistance between the composite layer and current collector [Ωcm^2]
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Electrode Resistance Measurement System RM2610 – From Setup to Testing
The HIOKI RM2610 separates the resistance of the positive and negative electrodes of lithium-ion batteries (LIB) into composite layer resistance and interface resistance (the contact resistance between the current collector and the composite layer) and quantifies the results for further analysis. This video shows how to set up and begin measurement.
Electrode Resistance Measurement System RM2610 – How to Perform Regular Maintenance
Introducing the procedures to verify continuity between the probes, resistance meter and DUT, as well as the insulation between probes. Because the test fixture does not have to be removed from the system but simply rotated to orient the probe head forward, cleaning and inspecting the probe is extremely easy.
Master the Use of the Hioki RM2612 Electrode Resistance Measurement Software: 1 to 4
Quantify the interfacial resistance (contact resistance) between the composite material layer resistance and the current collector layer against changes in the electrode sheet material (active material, conductive aid, etc.), composition, and coating conditions. Introducing the functions of the software application for the RM2610 Electrode Resistance Measurement System.
Step 1: USB Connection
Step 2: Selection of the Composite Layer Unit
Step 3: Measurement with Contact Check On
Step 4: Re-Analysis of the Most Recent Potential
Master the Use of the Hioki RM2612 Electrode Resistance Measurement Software: 5 to7
Step 5: Output of Analysis Results and Other Information
Step 6: Using the “Meas. Mode” and “Analysis Mode”
Step 7: Save/Load of Measurement and Analysis Configuration
Master the Use of the Hioki RM2612 Electrode Resistance Measurement Software: 8 to10
Step 8: When the Analysis Results are Negative
Step 9: Save Time and Maximize Efficiency
Step 10: When ou want to force the calculation even with CONTACT ERROR
Master the Use of the Hioki RM2612 Electrode Resistance Measurement Software: 11
Step 11: Automatic Software Updates
Accelerate the Evolution of LIB R&D and Quality Control at the Electrode Sheet Stage
Open new horizons in your research of the electrode sheet by gathering data that was never before available.
Hioki’s new system is able to separately acquire the resistance of the composite layer and the interface resistance between the composite and the current collector.
This is done by measuring the potential at the electrode sheet surface and using a proprietary Hioki analytical technique to isolate each of these resistances.
*Watch with the video subtitles on, to see detailed descriptions.
Basic specifications *The RM2611 Electrode Resistance Meter requires regular calibration. For more information about calibration, please contact your HIOKI distributor
|Measurement target||Positive and negative electrode sheets for rechargeable lithium-ion batteries|
|Measurement parameters||Composite resistivity [Ωcm]
Interface resistance (contact resistance) between the composite layer and current collector [Ωcm^2]
|Computation method||Inverse problem analysis of potential distribution using the finite volume method|
|Information necessary for computation||• Composite layer thickness [μm] (for 1 side)
• Current collector thickness [μm]
• Current collector volume resistivity [Ωcm]
|Measurement time||– Contact check + potential measurement : approx. 30 sec.
– Calculation : approx. 35 sec. (on a PC with Intel core i5-7200U CPU)
The measurement time may vary depending on the measurement target and the processing capacity of the PC.
|Measurement current||10 μA (min.) to 10 mA (max.)|
|Number of probes||46|
|Recommended PC specifications||CPU: 4 or more threads
RAM: 8 GB or greater (4 GB required)
Operating system: Windows 7 (64-bit), 8 (64-bit), 10 (64-bit)
|Temperature measurement function||Measures temperature near the test fixture|
|Accessories||TEMPERATURE SENSOR Z2001 ×1, USB cable ×1, USB license key ×1, Probe check board ×1, Power cord ×1, Instruction manual ×1|