So just trying to get me head around setting up a 10s Lipo BMS system on my setup
I have 2x 4s zippy batteries and 1x 2s zippy lipos all 5000mah same spec
Am I correct in thinking that if I am just using the BMS system for charging, and bypass the rest. I can use any old BMS system such as this…
10 string 36V 37V 42V lithium battery power protection board. With heat sink and 300mm cable. Due to light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures. Canada, United Kingdom, Austrilia, France, Germany, Spain,...
Yes as long as the specs are right for your battery. Check the full charge voltage if that bms many from eBay charge the cells up to 4.28v which will kill them
Great thanks for the info, will make sure I check and again with a meter when I have implemented it.
So looking at some specs on some cheap BMS. It looks like ‘Detect Voltage’ is set at 4.2v and Over-charge Detect is set at 4.28v. Does this mean it is the type that will kill the battery?
This product is 10 string 36V 37V 42V lithium battery power protection board. With a balanced, same port 45A discharge. With heat sink, size: 120 * 60 * 9mm. with Cable, length is 300mm. Protection board with overcharge protection, over discharge...
Yes, I came across that problem when I was looking for a bms. To be honest I have no idea. It doesn’t really make sense to me because they seem like the same thing but it has two different ratings, maybe someone else with more experience could help?
Bump - Anyone got any light on this?