“Taiwan is positioning itself as a leading supplier of components for electric vehicles (EVs). It is estimated Taiwan’s production of auto electronics for EVs was worth US$3-billion in 2010, and is likely to increase three-fold in the next five years. Estimates from the Rocky Mountain Institute (a US-based research group) last year predict approximately 1 million EVs on US roads by 2015. And this is likely to go up by five times by 2020.”
BatteryPro continuously receives and processes the BMS data used to monitor battery temperature and voltage. It also utilizes BMS signals with a user-defined unique identifier (ID) to receive BMS data under constant current (CC), constant current-constant voltage (CC-CV), constant power (CP), or constant voltage (CV) mode.