LiFePO4 Battery Control System (BMS-LBCS)
Back Order until Dec 20th, 2016
Product ID # 10025
Part Number: BMS-LBCS
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|LiFePO4 Battery Control System Features
The LiFePO4 Battery Control System has all the power control and battery management functions for a Lithium Ion battery system in one convenient package. It eliminates the need of external relays/contacts for cutoffs and the need of external current sensor.
What do you need LiFePO4 Battery System
- Built-in Battery Management System;
- Support universal battery voltage: 12V, 24V, 36V and 48V systems;
- Max continuous 200 Amp current output with Low Voltage Disconnect;
- Key Switch output with 2 second delay and with Low Voltage Disconnect;
- Shunt to measure battery current;
- Pre-charge circuit for motor controller built-in;
- Over-voltage output for charger control (to prevent over-charging);
- Battery current measurement;
- State-of-Charge (SOC) calculation and display;
- Mechanical interlock and AC detection to prevent Cart drive awey when plug in;
- MODbus data output;
- Video display output (optional, for install and trouble shooting only, and need external 12V DC to power on);
- Typical uses : golf carts, electric cars, or RV and boat house power. Also well suited for stationary power system.
LiFePO4 Battery Control System Specifications
- 1 x LiFePO4 Battery Control System main unit (included and BatterySpace will program according to you system specification)
- 1 x Fuel Gauge which show battery's capacity (included)
- 1 x Fuel Gauge cable (included)
- 1 x BMS CPU cable (connection to sense boards, included)
- 1 x Option LCD Screen for video display (order separately)
- LiFePO4 battery modules 20Ah / 40Ah / 60Ah / 100Ah / 200Ah (order separately)
- Sense board strings (one string per 4-cell pack, order separately)
- LiFePO4 Chargers: 12V / 24V(6A) / 24V(15A) / 36V(6A) / 36V(15A) / 48V(6A) / 48V(15A) (order separately)
What is the advantage of BMS-LBCS ?
- One LiFePO4 Battery Control System is required per application
- Support Battery Voltage: 12V / 24V / 36V / 48V;
- Output voltages (motor out and key switch out): Equals to Battery Voltage;
- Max current for motor out: 200 A continuous;
- Disconnect threshold voltage: any cell reaches low voltage threshold (default 2.80V);
- Power On time delay: 10 second for pre-charge output and 2 seconds for key switch out and motor out;
- Disconnect time delay: 30 seconds for key switch out and motor out;
- Dimensions: 8 7/16" x 4 7/8" x 2 1/2";
- Weight: 2.05 lbs.
LBCS System User ManualLBCS Step by Step Setup Guide
- Easy to install.
- BMS-LBCS accepts power input from 12-48VDC, no additional DC/DC is required.
- Shunt is built in, no additional shunt needs to be installed.
- There is key switch input and output. There is no need to add a relay controlled by UV alarm for key switch output.
- Pre-charge output is included, no need to install pre-charge resistor with a control replay driven by UV alarm output
- Motor connector output is UV protection is already included, no need to add a contactor to be controlled by UV alarm output.
- There is a SOC gauge included, just like a fuel gauge. No need to install LCD screen for each vehicle. LCD screen can be used during installation and during trouble shooting.
- When charger is running, the BMS-LBCS is automatically powered, no need to turn on key switch.
- There is AC detection, the motor output is disable when AC is detected. A drive away protection.
- If charger is not on board and there is only DC plug connected to the charge port, there is a mechanical switch/interlock provided to prevent drive away when DC plug is connected.
- MODbus communication is provided, easier access data than CANbus
|Show & Conference
|The BatteryShow 2016, Sept 13-15, 2016, Novi Michigan, Booth#1716
|33rd International Battery Exhibit, March 21-24, 2016, Florida, Booth#412
|Lithium Battery Power and Safety, Baltimore MD, Nov 17-19, 2015
|The Battery Show, Novi. MI, Sept 15-17, 2015 Booth#1716
|Battery Power 2015, Denver, CO, August 5-6, 2015 Booth#29
|Next Generation Batteries Conference, San Diego, CA, April 21-22, Booth#9