BMS for Portable Power Station BES-03
Smart Lithium Battery Lifepo4 BMS for Portable Power Station
The MOKOEnergy BMS maximizes the safety, lifetime, and performance of your portable power station’s lithium-ion battery. Our smart battery management technology actively monitors and balances cells, prevents over-charging, and protects against hazards. The integrated and compact BMS unit seamlessly works with your battery to optimize runtimes, cycles, and reliability.
Key Features of BMS for Portable Power Station
> Compact Design: More capacity in smaller size for enhanced portability
> Modular Architecture: Easy hot-swapping for maintenance
> Versatile Power Delivery: Supports various AC/DC devices
> Battery Life Optimization: Active balancing and thermal management for extended lifespan
> Rapid Recharging: Charges in 2-3 hours from AC or solar
> Rugged Enclosures: Durable cases for shock and vibration protection
Parameters of BMS Board for Portable Power Station
Input voltage range
10V to 60V
Continuous Discharge Current
Maximum Charge Current
Supported Battery Chemistry
Cell Count Range
Up to 100 cells
Operating Temperature Range
-10°C to 45°C
Over-voltage, under-voltage, over-current, short circuit, high/low temperature
CAN 2.0B, RS485
Cell balancing current
300mA per cell
Voltage, current, temperature
140mm x 90mm x 30mm
Ingress protection rating
Integrated contactors, current sensors, self-diagnostics, compact size
9 Major Protections on BMS for Portable Power Station
Short Circuit Detection
Cell Voltage Monitoring
FAQs of BMS Solution for Portable Power Station
The BMS optimizes battery performance for efficient power storage, extended battery life, and minimized downtime during power station operations.
Our algorithms actively balance cells and prevent overcharge/discharge to extend lifespan to 5+ years despite heavy mobile use.
Our BMS manages outputs from 12V-240V AC & DC allowing you to power everything from laptops to mini-fridges.
Yes, our BMS system seamlessly works with solar controller inputs up to 500W to recharge via solar panels.
Users can customize power delivery priorities to ensure critical loads like medical devices receive power even during overload conditions.