The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a standard-setting organization that includes all national electrotechnical commissions.  The purpose of the IEC is to promote international cooperation on all standards in the field of electronics and electricians.  To this end, IEC publishes international standards, technical specifications, technical reports, publicly available specifications, and guidance.  These preparations were entrusted to the Technical Committee, and any country interested in solving the project could participate in the preparations.  International, official and non-official organizations can also participate in the preparations if they contact IEC. IEC and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) work closely in accordance with the consistency of the two organizations. 

IEC62133 certification test project:

  1. Low rate charge

  2. Vibration

  3. Case-pressure

  4. Temperature cycling

  5. Incorrect installation

  6. External short-circuit

  7. Free fall

  8. Mechanical shock

  9. Thermal shock

  10. Extrusion

  11. Low tension

  12. Overcharge

  13. Forced discharge

  14. Charge continuously

The purpose of this test is to prevent the battery from catching fire and exploding in normal operation, or in transportation, causing harm to the human body.