Hybrid Balancing BMS BBM-03
Our Hybrid Balancing Battery Management System (BMS) Board is an innovative solution designed to elevate the performance, reliability, and safety of your battery systems. This advanced board combines the strengths of both active and passive balancing techniques, offering unparalleled efficiency and longevity for various applications.
Key Features of Hybrid Balancing BMS
Our Hybrid BMS combines the best of both worlds, actively balancing cells during high-demand periods and passively balancing during normal operation, ensuring cells remain in their optimal voltage range.
The Hybrid BMS adapts to varying load conditions, making it suitable for a wide range of applications while optimizing energy usage and battery performance.
Parameters of Hybrid Balancing BMS Board
12V - 1000V
-40°C to +85°C
CAN, Modbus, Ethernet
Extensive historical data logging capabilities
Cell Balancing Accuracy
110V - 240V AC, 50/60Hz
9 Major Protections on Hybrid Balancing BMS
Short Circuit Detection
Cell Voltage Monitoring
Applications of Hybrid Balancing in BMS
Enhance energy storage systems for solar and wind power applications.
Solar Energy Storage Systems
Optimize energy capture and storage for solar installations.
Telecom Base Station
Protect critical power systems in telecommunications infrastructure.
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supplies)
Ensure reliable backup power for data centers and critical equipment.
Extend battery life and maintain consistent performance in electric golf carts.
Enhance the efficiency and safety of low-speed electric vehicles.
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 Hybrid Balancing Battery Management System
Hybrid balancing combines active and passive techniques to optimize cell voltage balance in a battery pack.
Hybrid balancing offers the efficiency of active balancing and the reliability of passive balancing, ensuring both performance and longevity.
The Hybrid BMS actively balances cells during high-demand periods and passively balances them during normal operation. This dynamic approach ensures that all cells remain in their optimal voltage range, extending battery life.