Superseded Standard

IEEE 1625-2004

IEEE Standard for Rechargeable Batteries for Portable Computing

This standard establishes criteria for design analysis for qualification, quality, and reliability of rechargeable battery systems for portable computing. It also provides methods for quantifying the operational performance of these batteries and their associated management and control systems, including considerations for end-user notification.

Sponsor Committee
PE/ESSB - Energy Storage & Stationary Battery Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2004-02-27
Superseded by
1625-2008
Board Approval
2004-04-08
History
ANSI Approved:
2004-07-08
Published:
2004-05-28

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/ESSB - Energy Storage & Stationary Battery Committee
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Working Group
WG_1625 - Portable Computer Battery Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Michael Kipness
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1625-2008

IEEE Standard for Rechargeable Batteries for Multi-Cell Mobile Computing Devices

This standard establishes criteria for design analysis for qualification, quality, and reliability of rechargeable battery systems for multi-cell mobile computing devices. It also provides methods for quantifying the operational performance of these batteries and their associated management and control systems including considerations for end-user notification. This standard covers rechargeable battery systems for mobile computing. The battery technologies covered are limited to Li-ion and Li-ion polymer, but future versions of this standard may include technologies that are not in general use at present. Also included are: battery pack electrical and mechanical construction; system, pack, and cell level charge and discharge controls; and battery status communications. The following are addressed: qualification process; manufacturing process control; energy capacity and demand management; levels of management and control in the battery systems; and current and planned lithium-based battery chemistries, packaging technologies, and considerations for end-user notification.

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