A Battery Thermal Management System (BTMS) is a system that manages the temperature of a battery by regulating its thermal conditions to ensure that it operates within a safe and efficient temperature range. Heat is generated during charging and discharging, accumulated to high internal temperatures that would reduce the performance, shorten battery lifespan, and even cause safety hazards.
A BTMS is designed to maintain the battery temperature within a safe operating range by using liquid cooling systems, or air conditioning systems to dissipate the heat generated by the battery. The system may also use sensors to monitor and regulate the battery's temperature, ensuring that it remains within safe limits. Boyard DC compressors are matched with controllers/drivers that can communicate with mainboard via PWM signal or CAN protocol, makes the system control reliable and agile.