As you might know last year I decided to make a first, beta production of this open source project: https://github.com/DieBieEngineering/DieBieMS designed by the forum member @JTAG It definitely took a while since any imaginable delay occurred and piled up (even the first national strike of the logistic company UPS ). Now that some users had the chance to try this BMS on their board, the response has been pretty good so far and no major problems have been reported. The setup is dead easy via usb and vesc tool: simple commands on the terminal will allow you to set up your custom battery configuration and will let you know the detailed status of your battery
And you can avoid wasting money on antispark switches and voltage meters
I am looking into doing some changes on non critical components for example putting XT90 instead of LOAD screwholders, finding a cheaper sound buzzer, removing unnecessary connectors. This way I can keep the price steady (last time was 104eur) and include compensation for the creator and myself.
The quantity I am willing to reach is at least 30 pcs. If you are interested, please sign up here https://goo.gl/forms/W4weN1iovSiYuST23