If you want a current reading on your GX device, you can use a SmartShunt and set this as battery monitor. this way your smartshunt does the Current measurement and SOC calculations.
using DVCC the BMS still controls the charge / discharge etc.
The SimpBMS has no way of knowing what...
These are -very- nice and easy to use! perfect for 24 or 48 volt systems.
Note that the BMS is compatible with the Model S/X BMS, and you can use Tom de Bree's SimpBMS
Just one note: be very careful handling the modules, as it is very easy to damage the fuse-wires when carrying them (they're...
These work very well, they turn on a little bit high for my liking , but well within battery manufacturers specs
I actually use them in conjunction with a 'normal' bms.
if you have 8s or higher, these work -very- well, starting to bleed a little bit at 3,47V and go full bleed (1A IIRC) at about...
Little side note for everyone handling Tesla batteries:
Please drain the coolant!!!
I see it leaking on the pictures...
-blow out 90% of the coolant while the modules are in the pack
-blow out the rest from every module (use the coolant lines from the battery for this)