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More miles, fewer wires in future electric vehicles

Going wireless with the next generation of battery management systems (BMS) removes heavy communications cabling from inside electric vehicles to help improve driving range and reliability.

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This wireless battery management system (BMS) development kit is used to speed development with the SimpleLink™ 2.4 GHz CC2662R-Q1 wireless MCU and the BQ79616-Q1 automotive precision battery monitor device for wireless BMS applications. 

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Functional Safety-Compliant 16-S automotive battery monitor and balancer

250 characters: The BQ79616-Q1 reports high-accuracy voltage measurements with less than 2 mV of error in systems up to 800 V in wired and wireless battery management systems. 

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Automotive SimpleLink™ wireless MCU for wireless battery management systems

TI’s wireless protocol for BMS via the SimpleLink™ 2.4 GHz CC2662R-Q1 wireless MCU offers the industry’s highest network availability of greater than 99.999% and a network restart of 300-ms maximum availability.

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In this 1-minute video experience how TI’s advanced proprietary wireless protocol is used in an automotive battery management system (BMS) to eliminate wiring harnesses and connectors. 


Comparing wired vs. wireless solutions in HEV/EV battery management systems

This technical training reviews the tradeoffs between wired and wireless communication when designing battery management systems for HEV/EV.

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Using wireless technologies to replace cables in automotive BMS

This training covers 2 use cases of system requirements when replacing cables in automotive systems:  the Bluetooth® Low Energy node auto-addressing for car access and wireless battery management systems.

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Wired vs. wireless communications in EV battery management

This white paper examines design considerations for wired and wireless battery management systems in electric vehicles (EVs).

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Functional safety-relevant wireless communication in automotive BMS

This paper explores the unique functional safety challenges encountered when designing a wireless battery management system.

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3 questions to ask about wireless BMS for hybrid and electric vehicles

Learn about the top 3 things to know about wireless battery management systems. 

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Improve wireless BMS with the industry’s best network availability

Discover why network availability is critical for wireless battery management systems in electric vehicles.

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