As a per battery unit, the BattLink is a module that can monitor voltage, internal resistance, and temperature with detailed reporting to the Gerchamp Nexus.
|Distributed single module architecture design|
|Cell voltage monitoring|
|Cell internal resistance monitoring|
|Cell temperature monitoring|
|Intelligent voltage balance|
|UART communication interface|
One BattLink can monitor the voltage, internal resistance and negative pole temperature of a single battery to provide continuous 24/7 monitoring of your battery infrastructure.
One module with an additional CT per battery string will intelligently analyze thermal runaway trends and effectively produce alarms for battery thermal runaway.
One module with an additional CT per battery string will monitor the charge/discharge current and ambient temperature of a string.
It can manage up to six groups of batteries, each group has a maximum of 300, and the total number is up to 960, with display and buttons.
BattLink modules come in a variety of versions that can support a variety of battery types. The most typical installation configurations involve modules designed to support 2V, 6V, or 12V batteries.
BattLink modules can be built to spec to support a wide variety of battery types and hardware while still providing the mission critical 24/7 monitoring features that you need.
|Battery Port||Connect to the positive and negative poles of the battery. Red test cable connects to the positive pole and the black connects to the negative pole|
|Communication Port||UART port, dual-channel, internal parallel connection, cascade between modules and connect control modules.|
|Indicator Lights|| There is a two-color indicator light that indicates four things based on the below presentation.
GREEN LIGHT ON:The module is powered on.
GREEN LIGHT FLASHES ONCE:There is a module hardware fault/an abnormal internal resistance test.
RED LIGHT ON:The internal resistance is normal.
RED LIGHT FLASHES ONCE:The communication is normal.
|1||T||Temperature acquisition port|
|2||V+||Voltage positive pole acquisition port|
|3||R+||Internal resistance positive pole acquisition port|
|4||T||Temperature acquisition port|
|5||V-||Voltage negative pole acquisition port|
|6||R-||Internal resistance negative pole acquisition port|
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