luvxu wrote:I thought that these batteries (http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/56710 ... _10Ah.html) has a build in BMS. Wouldn't it? I do not have a separate BMS to use with these batteries. All that I have is a charger that would connect to a charging port on the battery. The battery also have a status check button where it would display a line of led light to signify the battery strength.
Again, I don't have to use a separate BMS to charge or discharge the battery.
luvxu wrote:the pictures are so helpful. Thank you very much. Now I know what to look for. This is going to be my weekend project I think.
dnmun wrote:it will only take 5 minutes to get it open, and measure the voltages on the cells.
luvxu wrote:SamTexas: when your BMS didn't charge, was you able to detect any life from the battery at all? did you see any led light up when you check for the battery level? In my case I don't see anything at all. It was just like the battery is completely dead.
dogman wrote:Good on ya for providing those pictures. You should get on the wiki and put them up there too. "how to diagnose a 36v 10 ah metal cased battery"
dogman wrote:Well, just saying that was a great set of pics, and many could make use of them if they could be found again easily.
Many of us ES regulars haven't bought batteries of that type since we tend to be hot rodders. But we'll see more guys with one that is not working, just like we have with other types.
So whatever that pack is called, a wiki entry would be a good thing. Or just a thread with a title appropriate to making it easier to find in a search.
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