Emergence of Lithium battery storage systems require more advanced monitor and control technologies to enable its integration, scalability, safety and reliability.
The Solution: BMS Master
Infinite Fingers' BMS master is capable of aggregating a maximum of 7 battery stacks (ca. 133 kWh), however this limitation is only due to the available ethernet ports in the onboard switch. By providing a larger switch it would be possible to expand the battery capacity further still.
The BMS master actively controls the maximum charge voltage or current sent to the inverter, based on critical values such as State of Charge and cell max/min voltage/temp.
As the BMS master has access to all cell voltages and temperatures, it is able to pass these values on to third party systems for performance verification or cell warranty verification purposes.
BMS Master can be compatible with any BMS brand in the market under request.
Lithium-ion battery cluster in an industrial environment