Parallel BMS BCO-01
Built on the concept of parallel control, our BMS empowers you to harness the full potential of your battery assets like never before. Offering enhanced performance, reliability, and scalability, our Parallel BMS is the ultimate choice for industries demanding uninterrupted power supply and precision control.
Key Features of Parallel BMS
Harness the power of multiple battery packs in parallel, achieving increased energy capacity and redundancy for mission-critical applications.
Maintain voltage equilibrium across parallel-connected batteries, optimizing performance and extending battery life.
Parameters of Parallel BMS Board
Supported Battery Chemistries
Li-ion, LiPo, LiFePO4, NiMH, and more
Connect multiple battery packs in parallel for increased capacity
Adjustable (typically 24V to 800V)
5A to 200A
-30°C to +80°C
CAN, Modbus, Ethernet
Stores up to 2 years of data
Cell Balancing Accuracy
Typically within ±3mV
Overvoltage (4.35V per cell), Undervoltage (2.8V per cell)
9 Major Protections on BMS for Parallel Cells
Short Circuit Detection
Cell Voltage Monitoring
Applications of BMS in Parallel
Off-Grid Power Systems
BMS in parallel optimizes energy storage and ensure reliability for off-grid installations.
Backup Power Solutions
BMS for batteries in parallel enhances redundancy and backup capabilities for critical systems.
Renewable Energy Integration
Multiple BMS in parallel seamlessly integrates renewable energy sources into your power grid.
BMS for batteries in parallel ensures uninterrupted power supply for telecommunications infrastructure.
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 BMS in Parallel
Parallel control in our BMS refers to the ability to manage individual battery modules or cells within a larger battery system independently.
BMS for parallel cells can be connected in various ways, including modular parallel connection, master-slave parallel connection, and hybrid configurations.
In a modular parallel connection, individual battery modules are connected in parallel to create a larger battery system. Each module is managed independently by the BMS, offering flexibility and scalability.
A master-slave parallel connection involves designating one BMS unit as the “master” that controls and communicates with other “slave” BMS units. This method is employed in larger battery systems to ensure coordinated management.
Yes, you can configure a battery system with a combination of modular and master-slave parallel connections to meet specific performance and scalability requirements.
The BMS for parallel cells employs advanced algorithms to monitor and balance the charge and discharge of battery modules within different parallel connections, ensuring that all components work together seamlessly.
Yes, the modular design of a BMS for parallel cells allows for easy reconfiguration of parallel connections as your energy storage needs evolve.
Yes, you can monitor and control each parallel connection independently through the BMS’s user-friendly interface, allowing for precise management.