Battery Management System for EV

Low Voltage and High Voltage BMS

With the world's most comprehensive technologies, making it compact, robust, and a fully featured lithium-ion Battery Management System (BMS) for electric vehicles.

Battery Management System for EV
AMP Battery Management System

WHY CHOOSE AMP BMS?

With over 300 years of combined battery management experience and more than 30 registered patents on battery charging, our team has developed pioneering battery management systems (BMS) for leading E-OEMs, including Tesla and Faraday Future.

Our BMS is optimized to deliver maximum range with a solid-state design that provides high current/power and reduces overall system costs. Being an important sub-system of the AMP EMS, its architecture is highly flexible, configurable, and scalable per customers’ requirements. We utilize our proprietary AI-driven software to achieve higher battery optimization with reduced development costs for our low voltage (LV) and high voltage (HV) BMS.

Fully equipped to monitor current, voltage, and temperature precisely, our BMS can provide precise SoC and SoH calculations with cell balancing of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. It is a highly integrated system allowing maximum battery life with the most efficient and safe operations.

High SoH & SoC
Accuracy

Maximum
Safety

Highly
Reliable

Highly
Scalable

Maximum
Battery Life

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HIGHLY FLEXIBLE System ARCHITECTURE

The AMP Battery Management Solution Architecture is highly flexible, 
configurable, and scalable. Engineered to 
accelerate development, our BMS utilizes 
proprietary AI-driven software to meet your unique 
requirements.

  • Highly Configurable: From 24V to 1000V
  • Highly Scalable: Single and multi-string configurations
  • Lower System Cost: Integrated current sensor and solid-state E-fuse
  • Maximum Battery Utilization: High SoC & SoH Accuracy
  • Faster Time-To-Market: Industrialized globally
  • Safety: ISO-26262 (ASIL C), ISO 13849
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Low Voltage BMS

Our low voltage BMS has been launched on 
various micro-mobility platforms such as scooters, bikes, rickshaws, drones, and 
autonomous mobile robots. It is feature-rich, robust, and extremely safe.

  • Sleep-Wake
  • 2mV cell accuracy
  • Real-time clock alarm
  • Lithium cell balancing
  • Integrates with AMP EVCC

HIGH VOLTAGE BMS

From passenger cars to heavy-duty vehicles, 
our HV BMS solutions can be configured to give the most 
reliable and safe performance in extreme conditions.

  • Highly Scalable
  • Modular & Configurable
  • Supports Multiple Contactors
  • ASIL C Safety Rated
  • Early Systematic Failure
  • Detection

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Answered by AMP Battery Management System Experts

A battery management system or more commonly known as BMS is an electronic circuitry or system that controls and monitors the charging, discharging, and overall performance of a battery pack in electric vehicle applications. It helps in optimizing battery life and providing essential information about the battery’s state of health (SoH), state of charge (SoC) while ensuring the safe operations of a battery pack.

A battery management system plays an important role in maintaining the performance and aging of batteries. A BMS prevents overcharging, over-discharging, and overheating, which can damage the battery or even pose safety risks. It maintains the optimal temperature needed for the safe operations of the battery pack.

Battery experts at AMP have developed a comprehensive range of BMSs for all battery applications. From 24 V to 1000 V, AMP BMSs are available for all low voltage (scooters, golf carts, bikes) and high voltage (cars, trucks, construction) applications.

A typical BMS consists of several components, including voltage and current sensors, temperature sensors, a control circuit, a microcontroller or processor, and a communication interface. These components work together to monitor, protect, and manage the battery’s operation. AMP has a proprietary current sensor, ampSENSE, engineered to precisely measure the current of a high voltage battery pack, up to 1500A and 800V, with less than 0.5% error. Combined with AMP’s next-gen BMS, ampSENSE will deliver a safe, accurate, value-add current sensing solution.

Yes. A well-designed and crafted BMS not only significantly improves the battery life, but also helps prevent factors that can cause its degradation. AMP’s proven BMS algorithms can help prevent overcharging and deep discharging of the battery pack that severely degrade the battery pack’s health. Furthermore, our battery management system monitors and balances individual cell voltages and maximizes battery capacity.

Thermal runaways or battery fires are not uncommon in electric vehicles. The safe operation of a battery is extremely crucial for the mass adoption of EVs. A BMS, also known as a battery monitoring system, has numerous safety features embedded in it to help protect against these battery fires. Overvoltage and under voltage protection, overcurrent protection, and temperature management. With more than 500,000+ vehicles on the road already, AMP BMS ensures complete safety during its operation.

Yes, BMSs must be customized to suit different battery chemistries. In addition to different chemistries having different profiles, each cell type has unique properties as well that must be adjusted in the characterization of BMS. Complex analysis of cell performance at different conditions can be monitored and profiled with a customized BMS for a particular application. A tailored BMS ensures optimal performance and safety for the specific battery type it is designed for.

 

No, BMSs are used in a wide range of applications. A BMS application can be found indispensable from smartphones and laptops to electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, and large-scale energy storage systems.

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Ford acquired AMP on Nov 1, 2023