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Android/Raspberry Pi Battery Monitor?
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I've been searching all over for a design for a Rasberry Pi or Arduino or Android project that has ability to connect a set of BMS leads (such as Tesla 6s leads + two thermistors) and generate a graphical monitor. (Kind of like the IDST cell monitor)

Does anyone know of a breakout board project like that?
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Batrium bms with watchmonudppistener that i built.
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Are you any good at writing or at least understanding code? There is an open source BMS controller already for Tesla modules with the OEM BMS boards

https://github.com/collin80/TeslaBMS

Take the output from that board and pass it to NodeRed or Influx/Grafana and you have your dashboard.

If you'd rather go the easier route you can get a SimpBMS or if you want to do nothing with code or wiring get the EVTV controller with a display.
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#4
Have you checked out all the Arduino/BMS projects on YouTube? I don't know if any pertain to exactly what you are looking for but I keep running across quite a few of them.

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_q...+bms+18650
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