Battery Management Systems (BMS) Hardware Solutions

Battery management systems (BMS) solutions for automotive and industrial applications including 12 V, 48 V, high-voltage and battery pack monitoring applications. They are optimized in hardware and software for functional safety implementation for up to ASIL D safety levels. They enable a platform approach for all xEV applications and help to ensure safety, accurately monitor energy levels and increase battery life in your designs.


HV BMS - Cell Supervision Circuit (CSC)


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RD33771CNTREVM

High voltage mixed centralized or distributed architecture BMS

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RD33771CDSTEVB

14-channel Li-Ion BCC with isolated daisy chain interface with MC33771C BCC

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FRDM33771CSPEVB

14-channel high performance Li-Ion BMS with SPI interface using MC33771C BCC

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FRDMDUAL33664EVB

Dual TPL interface between MCU and isolated network with loopback using MC33664 device

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FRDM33771BTPLEVB

14-channel Li-ion battery cell controller with isolated daisy chain interface using MC33771B BCC

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FRDM33664BEVB

TPL interface between MCU and isolated network using MC33664 device

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FRDM33772BTPLEVB

6-channel Li-Ion BCC with isolated daisy chain interface using MC33772B BCC


HV BMS – Battery Junction Box (BJB)


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RD33772BJBEVM

High Voltage Battery Junction Box RD with functional safety, voltage, current, temperature and insulation measurement functions

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FRDM33772BTPLEVB

6-channel Li-Ion BCC with isolated daisy chain interface using MC33772B BCC

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FRDM33664BEVB

Transceiver physical layer (TPL) interface between MCU and isolated network using MC33664 device


HV BMS – Battery Management Unit (BMU)


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MPC5775B-EVB

Low-cost development boards engineered for battery applications

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RDVCU5775EVM

Reference design for high-voltage BMS and vehicle control unit integration for ASIL D applications


48 V BMS Solutions


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RD33771-48VEVM

48 V mild hybrid auxiliary battery management system reference design

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FRDM33771CSPEVB

14-channel high performance Li-Ion BMS with SPI interface using MC33771C BCC

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FRDM33771BSPIEVB

14-channel Li-ion battery cell controller with SPI interface using MC33771B BCC

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FRDM33771BTPLEVB

14-channel Li-ion battery cell controller with isolated daisy chain interface using MC33771B BCC

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FRDM33664BEVB

Transceiver physical layer (TPL) interface between MCU and isolated network using MC33664 device


12 V BMS Solutions


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NEWTEC-NTBMS

12 V battery management system for Li-Ion batteries supporting ASIL C safety levels

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RDDRONE-BMS772

Standalone BMS reference design suitable for mobile robotics such as drones and rovers, supporting 3 to 6 cell batteries

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RD9Z1-638-4LI

4-Cell Li-Ion BMS with high EMC performance and CAN interface using MM9Z1_638 sensor

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RD9Z1-638-12V-C

12 V lead-acid BMS with high EMC performance with CAN interface using MM9Z1_638 sensor

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RD9Z1-638-12V

12 V lead-acid BMS with high EMC performance with LIN interface using MM9Z1_638 sensor

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FRDM33772BSPIEVB

6-channel BCC for Li-Ion battery applications with SPI interface using MC33772B BCC

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KIT9Z1J638EVM

Battery sensor for current, voltage and temperature with CAN/LIN interface using MM9Z1_638 sensor


Tools


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BATT-6EMULATOR

6-cell battery pack emulator made to be connected to MC33772B BCC EVB’s

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BATT-14CEMULATOR

14-cell battery pack emulator made to supply MC33771C BCC EVBs

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BATT-14EMULATOR

14-cell battery pack emulator made to supply MC33771B BCC EVBs

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BATT-14EXTENDER New

Allows for the connection up to four evaluation boards using only one single battery emulator