High Voltage BMS

High Voltage BMS Board

Elevate the performance and safety of your high voltage battery systems with our cutting-edge High Voltage BMS. Engineered to meet the demands of electric vehicles, renewable energy storage, and industrial applications, this BMS ensures precise control, monitoring, and protection of your high voltage battery packs.

Key Features of High Voltage BMS Board

bms with Scalable Architecture

High Voltage Precision

Our BMS Board boasts industry-leading voltage measurement technology with an astonishing accuracy of ±0.05%.

Modular Scalability

Modular design

Combine units for scalability, supporting up to 272 (or 400 with lead-carbon batteries) in the system.

BMS Board with Advanced Battery Algorithms

Large Capacity

With built-in high-capacity memory, it can also use an SD card for offline data access.

Parameters of High Voltage BMS Board

Supported Battery Types

Customizable to various high voltage battery chemistries (e.g., Li-ion, LiPo)

Voltage Range

60V - 1500V (Volts)(adjustable based on application)

Current Range

Available options range from 100A to 500A (Amps)

Operating Temperature Range

-20°C to 60°C

Cell Count

Supports 96 cells to 320 cells

Communication Interface

CAN or UART (optional)

Balancing Current

Customizable based on the cell balancing requirements of the battery chemistry

Temperature Measurement Accuracy


Overvoltage Protection Threshold

Typically 4.35V per cell

Undervoltage Protection Threshold

Typically 2.8V per cell

Short Circuit Detection Response Time

<100 microseconds

9 Major Protections on High Voltage Battery Management System

Overvoltage Protection

Overvoltage Protection

Undervoltage Protection

Undervoltage Protection

Short Circuit Detection

Short Circuit Detection

Cell Voltage Monitoring

Cell Voltage Monitoring

State-of-Charge Estimation

State-of-Charge Estimation

Thermal Management

Thermal Management

Fault Diagnosis

Fault Diagnosis

State-of-Health Estimation

State-of-Health Estimation

Communication Interface

Communication Interface

Applications of High Voltage Battery BMS Board

High Voltage BMS for Electric Vehicles (EVs)

Electric Vehicles (EVs)

Ensure the performance and safety of high voltage battery systems in electric cars, buses, and trucks, supporting the transition to clean and efficient transportation.

BMS for Renewable Energy Storage

Renewable Energy Storage

Optimize high voltage battery energy storage systems for residential, commercial, and utility-scale applications, harnessing renewable energy efficiently.

BMS Board can be used in Industrial Equipment

Industrial Machinery

Enhance battery reliability and efficiency in high voltage industrial equipment and machinery, powering critical operations seamlessly.

Grid-Scale Energy Storage

Grid-Scale Energy Storage

Facilitate large-scale energy storage solutions, improving grid stability and energy management.

Types of BMS Boards

The BMS Boards offered by MOKOEnergy can be divided into more than 70 types according to the detailed classification.

FAQs of High Voltage BMS Board

A High Voltage BMS, or Battery Management System, is a sophisticated electronic control system designed to oversee and safeguard high voltage battery packs. It is crucial for maintaining battery health, optimizing performance, and ensuring safety by managing voltage, current, temperature, and cell balance.

High Voltage BMS units are specifically engineered to handle the elevated voltage levels found in electric vehicles, grid-scale energy storage, and industrial applications. They offer higher voltage range support and advanced features tailored to demanding requirements.

Yes, our BMS units allow customization of voltage thresholds, current limits, and safety parameters to align with your specific battery system requirements.

Yes, High Voltage BMS units are ideal for renewable energy storage applications. They ensure efficient energy management, support high voltage solar and wind power systems, and can be customized to match the unique needs of such installations.

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