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von Moi (Guest)


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Hello There,

I am new in the BMS field and I would like to be documenting what I will 
be doing so that people with more Knowledge in this field can help me 
whenever I face some difficulties.

I have got a DC2026C + DC2259 DevBoard and I am learning from These 
boards.

I would like to desing a BMS based on this two boards.

For my first hurdle I would like to draw a schematic in Fusion 360 and 
can't find the LTC6811 IC on the library list does anyone know if it's 
there or I have to create the component myself.

Many thanks

von Moi (Guest)


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Hello again,

Well it seems like there is no LTC6811 in the Fusion 360 library so I 
have to create the component myself. I have used this tutorial Video to 
do it.

Youtube-Video "TUTORIAL: Creating electronic components with Fusion 360"

I have also completed the passive balancing part of project.

My Question now is that I would like to used the Thermistor with the 
GPIO pin from the LTC6811 does anyone know how I can implement it?

Many thanks

von Chris (Guest)


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Please have a look on the open FoxBMS https://foxbms.org/

Maybe this can help you

von Moi (Guest)


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Hi Christ;

Thanks for the link it's really helful.

Well I have been able to implement the Thermistor part with the help 
from the LTC6811 datasheet.

My next chanllenges are to implement the shunt current sensor and the 
power supply for the BMS.

Many thanks

von Moi (Guest)


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Hello there,

I would like to update you guys About my Project. I am working on the 
schematic in FUSION 360 Electronics so far so good eventhough their 
library isn't that great so I have been creating much of the components 
myself which also help me to learn how it's done.

Anyway I would Need some help with the charging/Discharging circuit 
implementation using two MOSFET like in the two attached files.


Since my Project is based on DC2026 + DC2259 Devboard I can't really 
figure out how to implement this part. It will be a big help if you guys 
can help me with a circuit diagram.


Many Thanks

von Moi (Guest)


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Hello again,

Maybe I did not express myself properly.

I can't really figure out how to draw a schematic of a charging and 
discharging process using two MOSFET with ATMEGA328P and 
LTC6811(Monitoring IC). You guys can see that in my previous post the 
bq76920(Monitoring IC) has a charge and discharge pins. How can I 
implement the same Thing with the LTC6811 since it does not hape such 
pins?

Many thanks

von The Weasel (Guest)


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Solutions i see:
a. Use a different IC which has a shutdown functionality
b. build it up in a seperate circuit with some Comparators or even a µC.

I recommend solution a, since b can get tricky depending on your setup.

von Moi (Guest)


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The Weasel wrote:
> Solutions i see:
> a. Use a different IC which has a shutdown functionality
> b. build it up in a seperate circuit with some Comparators or even a µC.
>
> I recommend solution a, since b can get tricky depending on your setup.

Hello The Weasel,

Thank you for your Suggestion. Do you have an example of an IC with a 
shutdown functionality?

I can't really find any. I can't really figure out how to implement it.

I only found IC with thermal shutdown functionality and I don't really 
get how they will work if they have to be used in the BMS.

I hope you guys can help me with a circuit diagram.

Many thanks

von The Weasel (Guest)


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Hello Moi,

i can just highly recommend the bq769x series.
https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/bq76920.pdf?ts=1600409703323&ref_url=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.ti.com%252Fproduct%252FBQ76920
Available for 3-15 cells series with every shutdown function implemented 
and configurable.

I also already used it in several professional applications and never 
had any issues.
I personally recommend a version with a 3.3V output in combination with 
an attiny as controller.

Just stick to the typical application diagram and you´re good to go.

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