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hi Guys,this is Mandy Chou from Wicom Technology New Energy Co.ltd.
we are manufacturer of BMS.
unlike most BMS made in China who can only simplely monitor batteries,our
BMS is much more advanced and different.
our BMS is composed by Central Control Module,Data Collection Module,current
sensor,screen 3.5'' or 5.7''.
the DCM monitor 16cells at most.
balancing current reaches 800mA~1000mA which is still a dream for other
competitors.
you know balancing function is the key technology for a BMS.
for these years,it is the buttomneck for most producers of BMS.
now we make it!
pls feel free to contact Mandy at [email protected]
you will definitely interested in it.

www.wicomtech.com.cn

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<<< hi Guys,this is Mandy Chou from Wicom Technology New Energy Co.ltd.
we are manufacturer of BMS.
unlike most BMS made in China who can only simplely monitor batteries,our
BMS is much more advanced and different.
our BMS is composed by Central Control Module,Data Collection Module,current
sensor,screen 3.5'' or 5.7''.
the DCM monitor 16cells at most.
balancing current reaches 800mA~1000mA which is still a dream for other
competitors.
you know balancing function is the key technology for a BMS.
for these years,it is the buttomneck for most producers of BMS.
now we make it!
pls feel free to contact Mandy at sales.wicom at gmail.com
you will definitely interested in it.

www.wicomtech.com.cn >>>

If you are going to post on an English-language discussion list, you
should have a product site in English, and since many of the readers
will be engineers, it should be corrected English and also include
full technical information to answer any questions they may have.

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whats a buttomneck ? :)
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Just click the word English in the upper right hand corner of the web page.

Also, FWIW I think that "buttomneck" was really supposed to be bottle
neck. I also think they need to have the grammar checked and
corrected. Ditto on the technical info.

<[email protected]> wrote:
> <<< hi Guys,this is Mandy Chou from Wicom Technology New Energy Co.ltd.
> we are manufacturer of BMS.
> unlike most BMS made in China who can only simplely monitor batteries,our
> BMS is much more advanced and different.
> our BMS is composed by Central Control Module,Data Collection Module,current
> sensor,screen 3.5'' or 5.7''.
> the DCM monitor 16cells at most.
> balancing current reaches 800mA~1000mA which is still a dream for other
> competitors.
> you know balancing function is the key technology for a BMS.
> for these years,it is the buttomneck for most producers of BMS.
> now we make it!
> pls feel free to contact Mandy at sales.wicom at gmail.com
> you will definitely interested in it.
>
> www.wicomtech.com.cn >>>
>
> If you are going to post on an English-language discussion list, you
> should have a product site in English, and since many of the readers
> will be engineers, it should be corrected English and also include
> full technical information to answer any questions they may have.
>
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<<<Just click the word English in the upper right hand corner of the
web page.>>>

Thanks, didn't see that the first time through - the English is a
little stilted, but it's OK for a spammer's site.

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On 31 Oct 2010 at 11:45, John G. Lussmyer wrote:

> Heck, I figured that was litterally SPAM since I thought
> pure-advertisement posts were frowned on.

That's what I thought too - spam, maybe with green olives and mustard - and
that's how I treated it. What do you folks think? Was I too hasty?

> (Thats why I haven't posted a writeup on my new Battery Monitor.)

Check the guidelines. The general idea is to "announce and discuss your
products and services only in factual, value-neutral, non-promotional
terms." I don't see anything wrong with list members discussing their
products that way.

It seems to me that there's a difference between longtime EVDL members
posting a note about a useful EV product they've developed, maybe with input
from the list, and someone who subscribes solely to post an ad. We can
reasonably expect that the longtime EVDLer will respond to comments and
suggestions, and to support users here. The hit-and-run poster is less
likely to do so, though it's not unheard of.

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There is a pretty good US website with information on this product:

http://lithiumstorage.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=34

I was hoping this thread would provide some insight from folks that have
used this BMS. The functionality actually looks really good.

EVDL Administrator <[email protected]>wrote:

> On 31 Oct 2010 at 11:45, John G. Lussmyer wrote:
>
> > Heck, I figured that was litterally SPAM since I thought
> > pure-advertisement posts were frowned on.
>
> That's what I thought too - spam, maybe with green olives and mustard - and
> that's how I treated it. What do you folks think? Was I too hasty?
>
> > (Thats why I haven't posted a writeup on my new Battery Monitor.)
>
> Check the guidelines. The general idea is to "announce and discuss your
> products and services only in factual, value-neutral, non-promotional
> terms." I don't see anything wrong with list members discussing their
> products that way.
>
> It seems to me that there's a difference between longtime EVDL members
> posting a note about a useful EV product they've developed, maybe with
> input
> from the list, and someone who subscribes solely to post an ad. We can
> reasonably expect that the longtime EVDLer will respond to comments and
> suggestions, and to support users here. The hit-and-run poster is less
> likely to do so, though it's not unheard of.
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> David Roden
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Steve Skarda wrote:

> There is a pretty good US website with information on this product:
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> http://lithiumstorage.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=34
>
> I was hoping this thread would provide some insight from folks that
> have
> used this BMS. The functionality actually looks really good.

I considered buying something like this from a Chinese supplier.
However, the question is, who services it in the US. If there is no
US service location you have to count on at least several weeks or
maybe even months of down time from when you pull a failed part, ship
it back to China, have them trouble shoot and fix it and send it all
the way back. This is what scared me off from buying this type of
equipment from China.
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Steve Skarda wrote:
>> There is a pretty good US website with information on this product:
>> http://lithiumstorage.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=34
>> I was hoping this thread would provide some insight from folks that
>> have used this BMS. The functionality actually looks really good.

The manual takes a lot of pages to say very little. The boxes pictured
are just boxes; we can't tell what's in them. The displays only have
simulated data; we can't tell what a real display looks like. Is it a
real product, or just props to solicit orders?

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