Safe and reliable! Geely’s Shield Battery passes four major battery safety tests

Geely's Shield Battery passes four major battery safety tests, ensuring safety and reliability

【PhoneAuto News】On May 13th, the “Shield Battery Safety System” exclusively owned by Geely Galaxy completed its first basic safety test at the China Automotive Technology Research Center (CATARC).

According to PhoneAuto, this time the Shield Battery completed four major battery safety tests: “Battery Pack Seawater Corrosion Soak, Three-Sided Drop Heavy Blow, External Fire and Battery Needle Puncture Test,” far exceeding the national testing standards, which means that the Shield Battery will greatly improve the safety standards of power batteries and lead new energy vehicles into a new era of battery safety.

The test report issued by the CATARC New Energy Inspection Center showed that in the battery needle puncture test, which is recognized as the most difficult and rigorous test in the industry, the Shield Battery did not catch fire, explode or smoke, and the highest temperature during the entire test did not exceed 40℃, passing the test smoothly. In the three tests of battery pack seawater corrosion soak, three-sided drop heavy blow, and external fire, the Shield Battery also passed the test smoothly with testing standards exceeding the national industry standards, becoming a powerful proof of the Shield Battery Safety System refreshing the new safety standards for power batteries.

In addition, the first Geely Galaxy L7 equipped with the Shield Battery Safety System will also undergo a vehicle-level battery safety test in the future. According to official information, the Geely Galaxy L7 is based on the e-CMA architecture and is positioned as a “family-preferred intelligent hybrid SUV.” In addition, this model is also equipped with a 10.25-inch full LCD instrument panel and 16.2-inch entertainment screen, 25.6-inch AR-HUD head-up display, 13.2-inch central control screen using the Galaxy N OS system, and built-in Snapdragon 8155 chip.

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