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FAQ: Getting access to the...

Question:Can you give me the information about the access data for the BMS communication protocol? I wish to access the data from the BMS in raw format. Do not worry I am a programmer.

Answer:The BMS using standard wireless Bluetooth technology witha proprietary communication proto

16.Dec 2019
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BMS123 Smart Support for...

Question:Will BMS123 Smart send out signals to my inverter as needed? (E.g. CAN open high and CAN open low.)

No.The BMS123 Smart does not support CANBus itself. The reason is that the BMS itself is a low power device. The operation of the CAN bus requires continued drain from the batteries,

09.Dec 2019
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GWL CPM vs. BMS123 – pros...

Although making „a better BMS123“ was not our intention (our CPM is simply a different product), we respond to your questions regarding a comparison between the two.

Anyway, the +/– are yet going to change as we have big development plans with our CPM! Stay tuned.

(Cell Performance Monitor)

22.Oct 2019
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Too small "+" hole on the...

If the positive (+) hole on the cell module is too small, you can make this hole bigger, the boards are designed to be drilled bigger if needed.

Make sure to remove the drilling dust afterwards to prevent short circuits or other unintended behaviour.

A good way of doing this is indicated on photo.

26.Jul 2019
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Placing the terminal...

Please be aware that your battery-pack contains a large amount of energy, which can be potentially dangerous. Use isolated spanners, to prevent any short circuits.

High inrush currents, causing arcing (sparks) and ultra-high electromagnetic levels, can easily damage electronic circuits.

We therefore strong

26.Jul 2019
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GWL/Power: Installing BMS123...

Quick instruction video how to install the BMS123 Smart with the LFP (LYP) cells. Learn and see for yourself - simple and quick installation in just a few steps. See how to assemble the pack from 4 cells.

About Winston cells: Large capacity LiFePO4 prismatic cells. Thundersky – Winston Batt

10.Jun 2019
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GWL/Modular battery packs

The demonstration installation of the GWL/Modular packs. The goal of theGWL/Modular solutionis to offer components and accessories that allow for simple and fully modular architecture. Simply said: the GWL/Modular project will make the life of the DC solution providers simpler and easier.

30.May 2019
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Sneek peek: GWL/Modular...

The demonstration installation of the GWL/Modular packs which are now being developed by our technicians as a follow-up product line of our newCPM (Cell Performance Monitor: to be introducedin May 2019!).

The goal of the GWL/Modular solution is to offer components and accessories that all

04.Apr 2019
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Raspberry Pi BMS communication...

Do you need to know how much capacity remains in your battery? Stay tuned - during Q3/2019 we will announce a communication modulebased on Raspberry Pi project. Together with our CPM1 board, it will bring you information about SoC and DoD of any battery pack from 4 to 16 LiFePO4 cells. It will a

16.Mar 2019
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Q&A: BMS123 Auto replacement...

Question: I have the old version of BMS123 Auto and I need a replacement board. Can you help me?

Answer: Yes! The solution is simple. The OUT and IN boards of the BMS123 Smart are backwards compatible with the previous version of BMS123 Auto.

For the OUT-board you can just use the BMS123smart cell

28.Feb 2019
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