If a Russian is bad, you can use http://translate.google.com/translate?s ... 507.0.htmlrolf_w wrote:great to see new faces in the attempt to master the OZ890 (which still is my preferred BMS chip) and the SmartBMS (which still is the best value for money). I would like to understand a bit better what you did, my russian is a bit rusty
see Fig. 2rolf_w wrote:you replaced the FET on the high side SmartBMS with resistors?us__007 wrote:I do cascading 2 SmartBMS. Charge and discharge switches allow you to turn it on 100V. I replaced two of the transistor in the circuit current shunt 100 volt.
see Fig. 1rolf_w wrote:us__007 wrote:Conclusion SCRL chip zener protected at 58B. in the chain of the legs of the resistor R31 replaced with a face value of 2k 30k.
please explain further
I'm just busy looking for the source I have almost determined.Output EFETC can not serve as a source of signal off the charge. I'll be taking a signal from the point of CG, handle and serve on the transistor optocoupler.rolf_w wrote:you followed the AN#16 from O2Micro? 'EFETC-Out' on high side SmartBMS > optocoupler > 'EFETC-In' on the low side SmartBMS ?us__007 wrote:EFETC connected to the output optocoupler, the leg is configured to turn off the charge.
Colleague Mevial wrote the console program for Linux to query information from the BMS, download and dump configurator http://mevial.ru/oz/. ty program can be found in the theme of the first link or here http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 3msg156763rolf_w wrote:looks like an interresting and busy site - what about this 'monitoring configurator' program - is it made for the OZ?us__007 wrote:Thanks to a colleague Mevial http://electrotransport.ru site for the monitoring program, the configurator and advice.
The program eliminates the need for expensive cable for $ 100 http://www.paintyourdragon.com/?p=43