Jakiper 48V100Ah LiFePO4 battery pack, as well as other similar brand or model lithium battery pack, might have installed the LCD display. People want to know more about the battery information though the display. Here we will show you how!
Make sure you switched on BMS by holding ‘RST’ key for 3 seconds.
After sales service team member is in facebook group www.facebook.com/groups/jakiperbattery.
Welcome to use smart BMS.
- SW1—- NEMU, SW2—- ENTER, SW3—-DOWN, SW4—-ESC.
- Each item is “》”or“–”as a beginning,among them“》”shows the current cursor position,press UP or DOWN key can move the cursor position；with“》”end of the project,the content of the said project has not shown, press ENTER key can enter the corresponding page.
- Press ESC key can be returned at the next higher level directory；In any position, press NEMU key can return to the main menu page.
- In a dormant state, press any key, can activate the screen.
Display Function Instruction
—Analog Info/ BMS Status/ PARA Setting / Sys Setting
Analog Info Page:
PackV/ Im / Temperature / Cell Voltage / Cell Capacity
- PackV–Pack Voltage/the real-time voltage of battery pack, voltage normal reading should between 40-59.4VDC.
- Im–Measured battery pack charge or discharge current.
- Temperature–6 Temperature sensors reading, 4 out of 6 are for battery cell, 1 for BMS PCB temperature, and 1 for Environment temperature .
- Cell Voltage–the real-time voltage of each series battery cell, where you can easily check all 16 cells voltage.
- Cell Capacity–State of charge, Full Charge Capacity, Remain power, Charge Circle.
- Status–Idle/ Running.
- Record–Battery pack running / alarm record.
- BMS Status–Pack Voltage: the real-time voltage of battery pack.
When the cursor“》”is point to “Para Setting”,press ENTER key will enter into the page of“Para Setting”,As shown in the figure below：
When the cursor“》”is point to “Sys setting”,press ENTER key will enter into the page of“Sys setting”,As shown in the figure below：
I didn’t know that.
That’s an awesome point
Still no explanation of what any of these mean: SCP 0-UTP OCP UVP OVP OT OV UV I can guess some of them … Over Current Protection? Under Current Protection? Over Voltage Under Voltage…I just want to make sure of them all.
SCP : Short circuit protection
UTP :under-temperature protection
OCP :over current protection.
UVP :undervoltage protection
OVP :overvoltage protection.
OT :over-temperature alarm
OV :overvoltage alarm
UV :undervoltage alarm
Alarm will indicate on front panel only, protection will whether disable charge or discharge loop.
For example OVP, it will disable charging (discharge still enabled).