BMS for Batteries will handle 200 Amps.
All Sales are Final on batteries shipped from China directly.
Once the batteries leave the factory and are on the boat or the airplane, there is no way we can change the order or issue a refund.
Can Be Paralleled. (When paralleling it is best to use the Bestgo
Pro-version battery pack ($150 extra).)
All Bestgo Pro-version batteries come with a paralleling harness included.
Bestgo has developed the Pro-version battery packs with a 12-pin connector to notify the user with an alert signal to prevent the battery from working outside its limits. This system does not directly shut off power to the unit like a BMS would. This Pro feature is very useful and necessary in a parallel configured system if the total discharge current (draw from the whole battery system) is over the signal pack discharge current limit.
An on/off signal sends out the alert. In a normal state, the 2 pins are an open circuit (turned off). Whenever the status becomes abnormal, the 2 pins will then become a closed circuit (connected in circuit). In this way, the alarm system can be used to turn on an alarm speaker, alarm lighting, or some other way to notify the user.
The alert signals for the charging and discharging status can detect any abnormal status in the amperage, voltage, and temperature information. These signals can then be used to turn on the cooling systems, the heater, etc. For more details, please read the “Paralleling Instructions for BMS and Meter”.
The alert signal acts as the last defense line for protecting the equipment which cannot accept a sudden shut off caused by the BMS. If possible, please do NOT try to trigger alert signals while in the nominal usage condition. You can adjust the usage condition of the battery packs to keep them in the reasonably good range for a long healthy life.
For parallel configuration, we suggest a total discharging current of no more than 0.5C for 2 packs system, 0.66C for 3 packs system, 0.75C for a system of 4 packs and more. This acts as a backup if one pack fails or the BMS shuts off, then the other packs are still able to withstand the power output.
Bestgo offers the "Preferred" series lithium ion battery packs to suit different kinds of applications. The chemistry of the battery pack consists of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) which is the safest li-ion battery. All battery packs are equipped with aluminum cases for strength and safety. They are light in weight, reliable in strength, with good thermal conductivity. They are also attractive in appearance with a rounded corner shape.
These Preferred battery packs are sealed to meet IP66 protection level so they can be used in many harsh conditions. To realize this design, Bestgo uses the most advanced cells which can offer superior performance that will generate much less heat than other competitor’s products. The Preferred packs feature passive cooling without a fan.
However, if the battery packs need to offer continuous high-power input and output (like within 2 hours charging from empty to full, or discharging from full to empty in 2 hours), and the surrounding temperature is high, please consider offering some air cooling or liquid cooling method to keep the battery pack within a reasonable temperature. If the battery pack is not overheated, it will have a long life.
The Preferred packs have handle(s) for lifting and carrying. In addition, they have an intelligent indicator to show the voltage, current, SOC and capacity etc. Red and black terminals with M8 screw holes build on top lid for power cable connection. There are 3 screw holes on each long side of the battery pack. Each screw hole has a size of M4*8. They can be used to fix the battery pack with bolts. Screw holes do not affect IP level as the end of hole is totally sealed.
Chemistry: Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4)
Battery Pack Dimension (L*W*H) and connector type: 17 * 10.5 * 10 in. (432 * 266 * 254mm) (metal case size)
Red and black terminals with M8 screw hole. Terminals have 18mm height above case.
Battery Pack Weight: 82 Lbs. (37.2 Kg)
BMS and Fuse: PCB BMS and fuse are built inside case. The fuse is 250A slow type.
Rated Capacity: > 100 Ah (typical) at C/3, 73°F (23°C); > 100 Ah (minimum) at C/3, 73°F (23°C)
Operating Voltage: 25.6 V (average) at C/3, 73°F (23°C); Working voltage range is 29.2 ~ 20.8 V
Charging Voltage: < 29.2 V at CC/CV charge mode (Can be charged to 28.8V for longer cycle life.)
Discharge Cut Off Voltage: 19.2 ~ 20 V (When any cell's voltage reaches 2.4V this protection will be triggered) (Set device (like controller) low volt protection much higher to avoid triggering this protection.)
Maximum Charge Current: < 100 A at 180s, 23°C, 20%< SOC <70%; < 200 A at 15s, 23°C, 20%< SOC <70% (Consider heat accumulation inside pack, we suggest average current < 70A.)
Maximum Discharge Current: < 120 A at 180s, 23°C, 30%< SOC <100%; < 260A at 15s, 23°C, 30%< SOC <100% (Consider heat accumulation inside pack, we suggest average current < 100A.)
Battery Cycle Life: > 3000 times at 80% DOD, C/3, 23°C (After test it can deliver > 80% rated capacity.)
Internal Resistance: 10 milliohms (DCIR test method, at 10s, 50% SOC)
Temperature protection for charging process: 0 ~ 5 °C < inside cell sensor < 52 ~ 58 °C (If inside sensor detected temperature is out of range, BMS will trigger protection.)
Temperature protection for discharging process: Inside cell sensor: < 65 ~ 70 °C (If inside sensor detected temperature is out of range, BMS will trigger protection.)
Surrounded working condition temperature: Charge: 41 ~ 113°F (5 ~ 45°C); Discharge: -4 ~ 131°F (-20 ~ 55°C) (Suggested for charging: 50 ~ 104°F (10 ~ 40°C); Suggested for discharging: 14 ~ 113°F (-10 ~ 45°C)
Storage Temperature: 14°F ~ 104°F (-10°C ~ 40°C) (for < 3 months) Keep SOC at 40~60% for long term storage.
Note: Inside the battery pack are temperature sensors attached to the cells and a BMS. Because the temperature measuring is not very accurate, the BMS may trigger protection at the certain range of temperature. Due to a passive cooling design which does not have a fan for cooling, please consider the heat accumulation inside the pack. When in a hot temperature please do not charge or discharge the battery pack with a big constant current, it may trigger temperature protection.