Power Electronics

Advanced 3rd Generation Battery Management System

Nuvation Engineering has developed the 3rd generation version of its Battery Management System (BMS) that monitors, balances and protects large-scale lithium battery stacks. Other battery chemistries including nickel are also supported. The Nuvation BMS addresses the needs associated with today's complex battery systems, including safety, accuracy, noise immunity, compliance with industry standards, and competitive cost. Battery stacks are found in electric vehicles, internal combustion engine replacements, grid storage, uninterruptible power supply systems, solar and wind power conversion systems, residential time-of-use billing load redistribution systems, and many military/defense applications.

The Nuvation Battery Management System has already been used to significantly improve battery life, safety, scalability and fuel gauging of electric vehicles, all while decreasing charge times. Nuvation's BMS provides a shortcut through many technical challenges to minimize the R&D required for new battery system technology, thus improving ROI and time-to-market.

Nuvation's Battery Management System provides original equipment manufacturers a platform that can address their entire large-scale battery-powered product roadmap with a single platform. The platform, truly designed with engineering needs in mind, combines impressive design option flexibility with a broad range of possible target applications. Nuvation decided early in the architecture-planning phase to create a platform that was highly flexible and extensible, Hermann explained, rather than attempting to predict all of the potential variations that OEM customers could envision.

The Nuvation Battery Management system is available under a number of licensing and evaluation options. Further information can be found at www.nuvation.com/battery-management-system.

Nuvation Engineering
Part Number: Battery Management System

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