Can different batteries be maintained with the same BMS voltages?

I have a BMS; what if I make a battery pack out of lithium-ion cells but the BMS voltage is not the same?

No, BMS cannot handle different types or voltages of lithium batteries in the same battery pack. They must have the same charge-discharge BMS voltage and be the same type of battery.
The working principle of BMS involves monitoring parameters such as voltage, current, and temperature of the battery and taking measures to ensure that the battery is within a safe voltage range. Therefore, the BMS is designed to maintain a stable operating state of the battery, rather than changing the output voltage of the battery. If you need a different battery voltage output, usually need to use the appropriate voltage converter or regulator, rather than relying on the BMS.

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