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BMS-icom Battery Monitoring System

Manufacturer
Eagle Eye
Product Type
Monitoring

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The BMS-icom Battery Monitoring System is designed to monitor 48V stationary battery systems with up to (4) 12V batteries. Measured parameters include string voltage, string current, cell voltage, cell/connection resistance, and temperature. The BMS-icom is a robust solution that works well for VRLA generator backups and other similar applications. Communication to Eagle Eye’s proprietary battery management software allows for email alerts during alarm outbreak, as well as detailed trending and reporting.

    • Measurement Range: Battery Capacity: 5 – 6,000 Ah ; System Voltage: 0 – 55 VDC ; Load Current: ±999.9 A ; Unit Voltage: 12 V
    • Accuracy: System Voltage: ±0.5% / 0.1 V ; Load Current: ±1% / 0.1 A ; Unit Voltage: ±0.5% / 0.01 V ; Internal Resistance: ±2% / 0.001 mΩ ; Unit Temperature: ±2% / 0.1 °
    • Test Speed / Test Load: 4 seconds per cell / less than 2 amps AC per cell
    • Measuring Interval: Adjustable from 10 min to 24 hours (voltage & resistance)
    • Operating Environment: Temperature: 0 – 65 °C (32 – 150 °F) ; Relative Humidity: Under 80%
    • Power Requirements: Input: 38 - 58 VDC (from connected batteries)
    • Dimensions / Weight: 140 x 121 x 44.5 mm (5.5 x 4.8 x 1.8 in)
    • True 24/7/365 Battery Monitoring
    • Installation and maintenance can be done while battery systems are online
    • Meets IEEE and NERC standard recommendations for battery monitoring solutions
    • Utilizes a patented ripple-removing algorithm for the most precise and repeated results in any environment
    • Injects a minimal current, allowing the user to test their battery multiple times a day without adverse effects on your battery or battery monitoring system
    • Simple to install with custom (to your batteries and site), pre-assembled installation materials
    • Can monitor all your systems in real time with flexible expanding solutions
    • Can be powered by AC or DC
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