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What is meant by battery management system?

Battery Management System (BMS) is a system to manage the battery, usually with the function of measuring the battery voltage, preventing or avoiding the battery over-discharge, over-charging, over-temperature and other abnormal conditions. With the development of technology, many functions have been added gradually.


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The target is usually a secondary battery that can be recharged again, and in recent years, most of them appear together with lithium-ion battery packs at the same time. The Energy Management System (EMS) is similar to the BMS, but while the BMS manages the battery, the EMS summarizes the management of all energy sources.


BMS collects, processes and stores important information during the operation of the battery pack in real time, exchanges information with external devices, and solves key issues such as safety, availability, ease of use, and service life of the lithium battery system. The main role is to be able to improve the utilization rate of the battery, prevent the battery from overcharging and over-discharging, extend the service life of the battery, and monitor the status of the battery. Generally speaking, it is a system to manage, control and utilize the battery pack.


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Common Applications


Cell phones, MP3 players, voice recorders, notebook computers, electric bicycles, electric bicycles, electric scooters, electric two-wheeled vehicles, electric locomotives, elderly mobility scooters, electric cars, electric vehicles, electric cars, electric boats, and any other device, instrument or vehicle that uses batteries and needs to be recharged.

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