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Monday, 23 December 2019 17:20

How to replace the BTSDA-TC53 software

If you are facing the issue that pop-window shows "Invalid records in this NDA file" and you cannot open the testing data.

Please follow below tutorial, you will solve it.

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Tuesday, 13 September 2016 16:41

DCIR test operation in BTSDA

DCIR is a key parameter to the battery performance. To calculate DCIR, there should be 2 voltage values and 2 current values. DCIR or d.c. resistance is another key parameter to know a battery's quality ( self-discharge, power characteristic, state of health). DCIR test is usually brought out in short time. So tester's capability is critical to the testing result.

If you need to perform DCIR test with your batteries, Neware BTS4000 and BTS9000 are recommended for you.

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Tuesday, 13 September 2016 16:38

Report generator in BTSDA

After you open a NDA file with BTSDA, then you can export the file to the format you want such as excel, pdf, txt. And you can generate and customize the report.

Right click in the data area or use the Office Excel icon on tool bar, this will pop up the Data Export dialogue.

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For many customers who are doing battery material research, it's important fro them to get the 'capacity density' of the battery.

Some customers don't know by using our software, it's very easy to get the capacity density the need.

Maybe you have already used BSTDA, right? One of our powerful and free NDA file analyzer, by right click in BTSDA and choose capacity density, then it'll automatically calculate the values for you, just like the following picture, isn't it easy and amazing?

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Most customers know that BTSDA software is designed for the NDA file format, but can we write to another format such as .CSV or .txt?

The answer is definitely YES. Please refer to the following screenshots, it's very easy and flexible.

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Here is a case from one of our customers. Let's see his question first.

I recently purchased 24 Neware BTS channels (16 5V1A, 8 5V6A) and am having a problem connecting the software to the equipment. I am using BTS and my Control Unit (with screen) has the label:

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Tuesday, 13 September 2016 15:43

COM port errors and bugs of old version BTSDA

For some BTS3000 COM port edition battery testers customers, they may meet COM port errors sometimes.

And for customers who are using TC5.3 software, when they check the testing data, there's also possible for them to meet some minor problems in the BTSDA software.

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Tuesday, 13 September 2016 15:37

BTSDA only shows sectional battery test data?

A question about BTSDA comes from one of our customers.

I am using BTS TestControl 5.3.0013 (2010.6.2) with an 8 channel battery tester, model BTS-3008-5V10mA.
When I run a cell, it collects the data and shows every cycle, but after the data collection completes, the first eight cycles are missing (the data file starts with cycle #9).
How can I prevent this from happening?

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Thursday, 31 March 2016 09:12


BTS 4000 entered into market in the year of 2008. Now it is one of the most successful and most popular battery testing system in China. Thousands of battery manufacturers, battery research institutes and laboratories use it as their primary testing partner for their various testing activities.

BTS4000 is based on Neware 4th-generation testing system, and was introduced into the market in 2008. It's the upgrade version of the most popular battery test equipment series of BTS3000.

BTS4000 applies all the applications of BTS3000, plus EV battery pulse test, HPPC test and DCIR (direct current internal resistance) test.
Comparing with BTS3000, BTS4000 greatly improved the hardware response time, data acquisition frequency and result accuracy.

BTS4000 is the perfect test system in Neware's line of high quality, dependable test systems.

BTS4000 can be configured with multi-current range channels, which have a current control range of 0A to 3000A. These multi-current range channels can be configured for voltage ranges of 0V to 110V. The accuracy for current and voltage on these channels is ± 0.05% FS.

BTS4000 is now widely used by research institutes, colleges and universities and EV battery manufacturers all around our country. 


1.Resolution: AD: 16bit; DA: 16bit;

2.Accuracy : 0.05% FS*;

3.Response Time: ≤10ms (Current in the range 10%~90% FS);

4.Output Power: Max. 21kVA (user-definable);

4.Data Acquisition Frequency: 10Hz / 100Hz Optional;

5.Minimum Pulse Width: 500ms.


We have many many types for battery tester.


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