Anandh, Ba and Shankar Ganesh, A and Sakthivel, R and Mahesh Kumar, D and Prem Kumar, E (2021) Smart Battery Management System Using LiFePO4 Battery for Offline UPS. In: International Conference on Physics and Energy.

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Power integrated circuits (ICs) have developed solutions for charging systems and power management system for battery powered devices. The main purpose of a battery management system comprises handling the charging cycle to limit the charging time without focusing on the battery. It also monitors the present status of the battery and reports the fault conditions if any malfunction or error occurs. This system is based on a smart LiFePO4 battery for offline UPS, which is used to power up a home AC application with 230VAC/50Hz. The main reason to select the LiFePO4 battery life cycle, it is made up of non-toxic material and this
battery is not overheated or catches fire in case of overcharging or overload. In this system, the Arduino UNO microcontroller is used and it takes care of the parameters
like battery charging voltage, charging current, and high voltage cutoff at backup mode. It also monitors the battery voltage, battery current, low voltage cutoff, and
overload protection at inverter mode.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions: PSG College of Arts and Science > Department of Electronics
Depositing User: Mr Team Mosys
Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2022 06:11
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2022 06:11

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