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The BMS battery system is commonly known as the battery nanny or battery steward, mainly for intelligent management and maintenance of each battery unit, to prevent the battery from overcharging and overdischarging, to prolong the service life of the battery, and to monitor the status of the battery. The BMS battery management system unit includes a BMS battery management system, a control module, a display module, a wireless communication module, electrical equipment, a battery pack for powering electrical equipment, and a collection module for collecting battery information of the battery pack, The BMS battery management system is respectively connected with the wireless communication module and the display module through the communication interface, the output end of the acquisition module is connected with the input end of the BMS battery management system, and the output end of the BMS battery management system is connected with the control The input end of the module is connected, the control module is connected with the battery pack and the electrical equipment respectively, and the BMS battery management system is connected with the Server server through the wireless communication module.


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