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Old 05-19-2017, 10:39 AM
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Default Wanted! MINI BMS cell module.

I am either looking for 1 second gen mini bms cell module with a 3.8v cut off
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48 third gen mini bms cell modules

I have a system running 2nd gen mini bms modules. I damaged one and tried repairing it with no success. I purchased a 3rd gen module but it seems to have a different draw on the cell and that cell always seems to hit full charge first, even after bleeding it down repeatedly, in multiple charges. If i could get a 2nd gen module with a 3.8v cut off that would be amazing! If not I will have to change the rest of the modules to 3rd gen, which I just saw that Cleanpowerauto is no longer selling them. So I might be looking at a completely new system if I can't find mini bms modules

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Default Re: Wanted! MINI BMS cell module.

Suggest you send a private message to user DMPstar as he may have one for you.
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