High current BMS for e-cycle application


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harrisonpatm

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The various forums specifically for EV builds, in my opinion, seem to either not use BMS's or use underpowered ones and I am not confident in their ability to last long. On the other hand, I've come to trust you folks quite a bit more!

For my application, I need a 24s Lifepo4 BMS rated for at least 200amps. I am expecting 100amp draw on average, and peaks of 200-225. I'd like to get a BMS that can easily handle that. It seems like my options are ANT, JBD and Daly, all shipped from Aliexpress, which isn't my favorite, but might be all that's available. Anyone have recommendations on which one of those would be best?
 

italianuser

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I bought Daly 40A entry level BMSs after a long research around low amperage products. For 225A peak I'd avoid cheaper units because it's a big current, in my mind I'm maybe thinking of a german or american product; although they probably may contain some chinese component I'm sure testing standards are higher level. But I'm no guru on high amperage BMSs!
 
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