|Name||BMS Battery Management System Reference Design (AN762)|
|Description||The Altera® Battery Management System (BMS) reference design demonstrates battery State Of Charge (SOC) estimation in an FPGA-based real-time control platform that could be extended to include other BMS functionality such as battery State-of-Health monitoring and charge equalization (cell balancing). It uses a Dual Extended Kalman Filter (DEKF) algorithm to estimate SOC values for 96 cells, using a MAX® 10 development kit. The reference design’s System-in-the-Loop simulation runs under MATLAB®/Simulink®.|
|Development Kit||MAX 10 FPGA Development Kit|
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