The History of BaSyTec
1990 Development of a 20 channel computer based battery test system for long term cycle life tests of solar batteries. The tests system was operated for more than 6 years at the University of Stuttgart and the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW).
1995: Development of a modular and 'Low-Cost' BattEry Analysing and Test Equipment (Beate) at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW). The Beate System was optimised for material research and cycling of small batteries.
1996: Development of a flexible pulse charge system at the ZSW
1997: Over 300 test-channels of the BEATE System were manufactured
1998: The idea of a new high speed battery test system was born by the development group of the ZSW. The target was a modular, flexible and high speed test system at acceptable costs.
1999: The BaSyTec GmbH was founded by the development group of ZSW
First systems were manufactured in autumn
2000: Development of a test system for the new 42 V power net
Cooperation with a Taiwan company
2001: New office and manufacturing space
2002: New Products: Mini Climate Chamber and Battery Capacity Tester (BCT)
Today our test systems are running in laboratories all over the world.