BMS problem

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Baptiste
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Re: BMS problem

Post by Baptiste » Dec 14, 2017 7:16 am

Amberwolf i do not think that my amplifier is causing problems. I ve tried with other componants and the tension still remains low.

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fechter
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Re: BMS problem

Post by fechter » Dec 14, 2017 7:54 pm

Baptiste wrote:
Dec 14, 2017 7:12 am
All right thank you for this piece of advice but could you be more specific when you re saying a cell is going too low/ the current is going too high?
If any cell drops below cutoff (this depends on BMS model. Usually around 2.6v) while it is under load, this will cause the BMS to trip. The cell voltages might look OK with no load.

I don't think over current is your issue unless the load is drawing over 30A.

Did you try running your amplifier straight off the cells, bypassing the BMS?
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