LiFePO4 BMS board
LiFePO4 batteries are renowned for their exceptional cycle life, thermal stability, and safety features, making them a preferred choice for renewable energy storage, electric vehicles, and various industrial applications. Our LiFePO4 BMS board is tailored to ensure these batteries deliver peak performance while prioritizing safety.
Key Features of LiFePO4 BMS Board
Maximizes battery pack longevity through intelligent balancing algorithms and control logic.
Minimizes standby power consumption with advanced power management ICs while maintaining high charge/discharge efficiency.
Precision Cell Monitoring
Real-time monitoring of cell voltages, temperatures, and internal resistance using high-resolution ADC technology.
Parameters of LifePO4 Protection Board
Supported Cell Type
Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries
2.8V - 3.6V
10A - 100A
-20°C to 60°C
Cell Count Supported
1S - 15S
CAN or UART
50mA - 200mA per cell
Temperature Measurement Accuracy
Overvoltage Protection Threshold
3.6V per cell
Undervoltage Protection Threshold
2.8V per cell
Short Circuit Detection Response Time
9 Major Protections on LiFePO4 BMS Board
Short Circuit Detection
Cell Voltage Monitoring
Applications of LiFePO4 BMS Battery Protection Board
Solar Energy Storage Systems
Optimize battery life and safety in solar energy storage systems, harnessing clean and reliable power.
Telecom Base Station
Provide dependable backup power with LiFePO4 battery solutions for telecom base stations, ensuring uninterrupted communication services.
Enhance the reliability of UPS systems with LiFePO4 BMS backup, safeguarding critical equipment during power outages.
Power golf carts with LiFePO4 battery protection board for extended playtime and dependable performance on the green.
Support low-speed electric vehicles with LiFePO4 BMS board, offering a cost-effective and eco-friendly mode of transportation.
Optimize battery life and safety in electric cars and e-bikes using LiFePO4 BMS Board.
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 LiFePO4 Smart BMS
The LiFePO4 BMS, or Lithium Iron Phosphate battery management system, is a key component in ensuring the efficient and safe operation of LiFePO4 batteries. It provides protection against overcharge, overdischarge, and other potential hazards, helping to maximize battery life and keep it safe.
When buying a LiFePO4 BMS, consider battery capacity, value for money, battery life, cycle life, warranty, depth of discharge (DoD), and maintenance requirements to ensure it meets your energy needs, offers reliability, and aligns with your specific requirements.
LiFePO4 BMS systems are designed specifically for Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries. While there are similarities among Lithium battery chemistries, it’s essential to use a BMS designed for the exact chemistry you’re working with to ensure proper protection and performance.
LiFePO4 batteries stand out due to enhanced safety, longer life, and thermal stability compared to standard lithium-ion ones. This uniqueness necessitates a LiFePO4-specific BMS that aligns with these features for optimal performance and safety.
Many LiFePO4 BMS systems offer real-time monitoring capabilities, allowing you to track battery voltage, current, state of charge (SOC), and cell balance. You can access this information through integrated communication interfaces or external monitoring systems.
The number of cycles of the long-life lead-acid battery is about 300 times, up to 500 times; lifepo4 power battery life of over 2000 cycles. The lead-acid battery has the longest service time of around 1 to 1.5 years, but the lifepo4 battery has 7 to 8 years in the same operating conditions.
Absolutely! LiFePO4 BMS systems are versatile and can be integrated into various DIY projects or industrial equipment to manage and protect LiFePO4 batteries, ensuring safe and reliable operation.
To customize a LiFePO4 BMS battery board, specify your requirements when ordering. This includes cell count, current rating, and any specific safety thresholds or communication interfaces needed to meet your project’s unique needs.