For systems requiring a regulated 50 volt power bus a unique Battery Discharge Regulator (BDR) module can be provided. The BDR module consists of a power regulator and a cell balancing function. The design is targeted at Li-Ion battery systems. On demand the BDR provides a regulated discharge power to the bus until the battery End Of Discharge (EOD) voltage is reached. At this level the battery discharging is terminated and cannot re-enter discharge mode before the battery has been recharged to a level safe above EOD. The BDR module is designed to operate into one battery, with a Single Point Failure Free (SPFF) battery interface. The BDR modules can be paralleled for increased power capability and redundancy.

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Last updated: 2020-04-25

Battery Discharge Regulator Module



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