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Multi LiFePO4 Battery Balancer for further Developing Effectiveness and Enhanced Capacity

Salman Khan

Vol. 10, Issue 06, PP. 46-54, June 2023


Keywords: Lithium-ion Battery, Battery Management System (BMS), Charging Mode, Discharging Mode, Voltage Protection

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Lithium-ion (LiFePO4) battery can give various good features, for instance, more modest volume, higher security, cut down weight, without memory influence, higher release current, longer life cycle, recyclable and greater breaking point. In the proposed system, the battery structure will recognize the crucial factors of the lithium-ion (LiFePO4) battery module, including delivering or charging current, battery voltage, and temperature. Over current protection, overvoltage protection, cut off, over temperature protection, etc., are only some of the safety features that the battery management system may provide for the battery module. The employed battery management system IC is capable of controlling the uniformity of each cell. For this study, three-series-connected lithium-ion battery pack to test the suggested control method. Proteus has unparalleled performance by doing research and replicating its results, and then using the resulting replica diagrams to validate research hypothesis. With Proteus, result of battery management system will be obtained and analyzed.

  1. Salman Khan, , Department of Electrical Engineering, UET Peshawar, Pakistan.

Salman Khan “Multi LiFePO4 Battery Balancer for further Developing Effectiveness and Enhanced Capa Vol. 10 Issue 06 PP. 46-54 June 2023.


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