This independent battery management system works with chargers. It is intended for balancing, managing and performing diagnostics on up to 16 battery cells with capacity capped at 40Ah.
BMS-16 assures all of the functions necessary for precision battery management, which can significantly enhance and extend the lifespan of battery systems and significantly increase cost effectiveness overall. A given in this system is independent care for every single cell, including critical diagnostics, PC-based configuration, data acquisition, real-time monitoring, logging and many other functions. The primary benefits of this system, which make it the ideal solution for a wide range of applications, include its compact dimensions and low system weight.
The system’s design and concept is suitable for use in systems where cell management must be secured during charging and discharging, as well as in systems that only require cell management during the charging cycle.
BMS-16 can be hardwired in to a full range of applications (for example an electric scooter). In such cases, a BMS-16 system can manage batteries during charging and during use, i.e. the discharge cycle.
In other applications, such as electric paraglides, the motor’s speed controller (MGM COMPRO HBC SERIES controllers) handles battery management during discharging. In these cases the BMS-16 system can be deployed along with chargers purely to protect and manage batteries during the charging process. For such applications, the BMS does not have to be hardwired in to the system; rather it can be used simply and easily when the chargers are used to charge the batteries.
Ideal complement to your applications
The best battery protection, the ability to easily integrate into a system, compact dimensions and a wide degree of universality in terms of application all make compact BMS-16 system ideal for any solution or application placing a premium on battery life, efficiency and cost effectiveness during use and operation.
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