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Battery Technical Support
1. To correctly understand customer requirement.
2. Don’t miss any technical details when prepare samples, specification, drawing and other technical information.
3. Completely evaluate the project and give a correct suggestion to customer and concerns on the relevant law and standard, considers for cost.
4. Providing configuration designing, output 2D, 3D drawing and protocol samples, developing plastic injection mould and reliability verifying.
5. Providing BMS solutions discussion, hardware designing and software writing, including single cell, multi-series and multi-parallel battery packs protection, likes over-charge, over-discharge, cover-current , short-circuit, balance-charge, SOC calculation, charging management, temperature detection, communication protocol ect.
6. To be passed of repeated verification and experiences conclusion from designing input and output, developing samples, trial production and mass production to meet customer requirements.
7. Continuous tracking and improvement.
8. To provide various kinds of certification, such as UL, CB, KC, PES, UN38.3 and RoHS certifications, So they can make us a good opportunity to entry the market all over the world.
9. Quickly and effectively to dealing with customer’s complaint and strive to sustain improving.
Three battery technologies that could power the future
The world needs more power, preferably in a form that’s clean and renewable. Our energy-storage strategies are currently shaped by lithium-ion batteries – at the cutting edge of such technology – but what can we look forward to in years to come?
We are constantly experimenting to find chemistries that are cheaper, denser, lighter and more powerful.
·New generation lithium-ion batteries
·Solid state batteries
Battery Management System (BMS)
A battery management system (BMS) is any electronic system that manages a rechargeable battery (cell or battery pack), such as by protecting the battery from operating outside its safe operating area[clarification needed], monitoring its state, calculating secondary data, reporting that data, controlling its environment, authenticating it and / or balancing it.
A battery pack built together with a battery management system with an external communication data bus is a smart battery pack. A smart battery pack must be charged by a smart battery charger.
A BMS may monitor the state of the battery as represented by various items, such as:
Voltage: total voltage, voltages of individual cells, or voltage of periodic taps
Temperature: average temperature, coolant intake temperature, coolant output temperature, or temperatures of individual cells
Coolant flow: for air or liquid cooled batteries
Current: current in or out of the battery