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TIDM-TMS570BMS: Help identifying exact battery board/module used in Battery Management System Reference Design

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Part Number: TIDM-TMS570BMS

Hi I was looking at www.ti.com/.../TIDM-TMS570BMS design and was wondering if anyone could help me identify the board that the batteries are all connected to or maybe a family of similar boards. Thank you in advance.

  • I would assume 18650.
    www.ti.com/.../tidubi0.pdf
    talks about battery module with 16 3.6-V cells.

    Best regards,
    Tom

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  • In reply to Tomasz Kocon:

    Yes the batteries are 18650 Lithium Ions but what I want to know is the board theyre connected on, the battery board with 3x16 battery slots in this picture: 

  • In reply to Reynier Serpa:

    Did you checked design files?

    Best regards,
    Tom

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    In reply to Tomasz Kocon:

    Hello,

    1. one (left bottom) is TMS570LS0432 launchpad
    2. other (middle) is EM1402 EVM (to bq76PL455A , EMB14280 siwtch matrix, and EMB1499).
    3. the big one is the battery pack

    Thanks and Regards,
    QJ Wang

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  • In reply to QJ Wang:

    Those are the components that I was already familiar with, however my question is mostly on what looks like a yellow board on the TMS570LS0432. If anyone could identify what that is then that would be much appreciated. There also seems to be two cables coming from the yellow part into the EM 1402 EVM. If anyone could identify those aswell that would be great. I believe that one of them is some sort of UART connector.

  • In reply to Reynier Serpa:

    Hello Reynier,

    You don't need this yellow board. This board is used to measure the current.

    Thanks and Regards,
    QJ Wang

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