Safe, Reliable Batteries: That’s the Excell Guarantee

Oct 25, 2022 in Resource

The ISO 13485 certification standard was created by the International Organization for Standardization, which creates and promotes standards for commercial, industrial, and proprietary for businesses around the world. 

This standard was created to support medical device manufacturers, to ensure that their Quality Management Systems (QMS) meet regulatory requirements. The current version of the standard is ISO 13485:2016, and there have been three editions since its creation in 1996.

ISO 13485 ensures the consistent design, development, production, installation, and delivery of medical devices that are safe for their intended purpose. Manufacturers and regulators in the US, Canada and the European Union recognize the ISO 13485 standard.  Qualified and mature battery pack manufacturers have the expertise, experience, and proven supply chains to meet the requirements of the ISO 13485 standard. For over 35 years, Excell Battery has been a leading OEM supplier for medical equipment, utilities, industrial and handheld instrumentation, oil & gas, LEVs (light electric vehicles), and other advanced applications and extreme environments. 

Batteries can fade over time, and that fade can cause adverse effects on the performance of devices. But good pack design practices that emphasize longevity over performance can mitigate battery fade. We provide full-lifecycle custom battery design from engineering development and standards certification, to volume production and recycling. We deliver a broad range of battery solutions that integrate our smart battery technology and custom mechanical design capability, with cells from our top global partners.


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