Battery Management System (BMS

By: Future Vehicle Technologies  09-12-2011

FVT’s high performance BMS increases battery performance, safety and lifespan. It also sets a new standard for speed, expandability, and balancing precision. Designed for any lithium cell type, each board protects and monitors up to 12 cells providing information and control via CANbus. Boards can either be wired to each cell or mounted directly to bus bars eliminating all wires, dramatically reducing installation time and improving reliability.

  


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Battery Systems

These battery “systems” have the ability to control outside sources such as contactors, chargers, fans and other peripherals. FVT’s proprietary BMS oversees all packs ensuring long cell life, optimized energy density, and full communications. FVT’s custom lithium battery systems have one of the highest energy density and cycle life ratings available.