Alright, so I abused the hell out of the search function on this place and I’m fairly certain I got it right (hopefully… powerpoint was being a little prick about everything) but I’d be silly to assume that without confirming with my more experienced peers. Am I good to go once all my stuff comes in or do I need to fix something that has gotten past me? One thing I’m not certain about is if this wiring works with regenerative breaking, I found this post about it where this was stated by @lowGuido
“the BMS should have: +ve terminal that connects to the most positive of the cells. -ve terminal that connects to the most negative of the cells. “managed -ve” which is the negative terminal that you connect to your load (VESC) and also the negative terminal for your charger. then it will have a lead for the +ve terminal of every individual cell in the battery.”
From what I can make out, the BMS I’m planning on using doesnt have two -ve terminals where one is the managed one, unless that is what N is though I have yet to see any posts where people utilize it. I feel like the answer is yes this circuit is okay because a back current from the VESCs would be equivalent to current coming in from the charging port, but if someone would confirm that I would appreciate it.
Updated Schematic Below