Vinci-EV BMS

BMS for traction packs for EVs, HEVs, PHEVs

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Outstanding versatility, feature rich BMS

  • 60 to 700 V nominal
  • Single or split packs
  • Power (EV) or energy (HEV) batteries
  • Off the shelf, stocked

A member of the Vinci BMS family.

Vinci application module
Vinci EV application module
Vehicle:
  • Motorcycles
  • Passenger cars
  • Trucks, industrial vehicles, mining
  • Marine vessels
  • Airplanes
Battery topology:
  • Single pack
  • Multiple modules
Usage:
  • BEV
  • HEV
  • PHEV

For applications other than traction packs, see other Vinci BMS families

Standard specifications:

  • 60 to 700 V nominal
  • Up to 256 Li-ion cells in series, any chemistry,
  • Master slave: 1 master, 1 application module, N slaves
  • Wired (tap wires) with 2-wire link daisy chain to master;
    or distributed (one cell board / cell) with fiber optic to slave
  • Rugged, sealed, industrial grade packaging
  • Thermal management: 4 thermistors / slave (wired) or 1 thermistor / cell board (distributed)
  • Contactor driver, precharge
  • Ground fault isolation test
  • Hall Effect or shunt current sensing
  • Energy (100 % SoC) or power (50 % SoC)
  • SoC, SoH, fault detection, data logging
  • Isolated CAN communication link
  • USB port for troubleshooting
  • Charged CAN bus
  • Field configurable through GUI
  • Off-the-shelf, stocked

Options:

  • 20 A to 1000 A sensors and protectors
  • Up to 16 strings permanently in parallel
  • Bullet-proof against tap mis-connection within a bank (wired)
  • Charging station interface: J1772
  • AC to 12 Vdc power supply
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Wired cell topology, daisy-chained slaves

The traction pack is fully self contained.
A 12-cell slave is mounted by each group of 12 cells and wired to the cells.
A VinciLink goes from the master to the first slave; additional VinciLinks go from slave to slave.
A VinciBus goes from the master to the application module.

Components:

  • 96 cells in series in 8 banks
  • Vinci-EV Battery Master, VinciLink
  • Vinci-EV application module
  • 8 x VinciLink slaves, dissipative, 12-cell
  • Contactor set with precharge and current sensor

Split pack example: a 2-wire cable is run from the last slave in the first battery to the first slave of the second batery.

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Split pack
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Wired cell topology, bussed slaves

The traction pack is fully self contained.
A 12-cell slave is mounted by each group of 12 cells and wired to the cells.
A VinciBus goes from the master to the application module and to each slave.

Components:

  • 96 cells in series in 8 banks
  • Vinci-EV Battery Master
  • Vinci-EV application module
  • 8 x VinciBus slaves, dissipative, 12-cell
  • Contactor set with precharge and current sensor

Split pack example: the VinciBus is run from the Master (outside the batteries) to the first battery, then to the second battery.

Block diagram
Split pack
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Distributed cell topology

The traction pack is fully self contained.
A cell board is mounted on each cell.
Cables go from the ends of each block of 25 cells, to a slave.

Components:

  • 100 cells in series, in blocks of 25 cells
  • Vinci-EV Battery Master
  • Vinci-EV application module
  • VinciBus slave, 4-bank
  • 100 cell boards
  • Contactor set with precharge and current sensor

Split pack example: 2-wire cables are run from one slave (outside the batteries) to each battery.

Block diagram
Split pack
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