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BMS Boards & Li-Po Questions

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Hello,

I am looking to learn about BMS boards & Li-Po and have some questions.

My understanding of Li-Ion/Li-Po batteries is that the ones in mobile devices are protected cells which have a BMS board/circuit to prevent overchange/discharge. The Li-Po batteries that I am looking to use for my hobby, Nerf blaster modding, are unprotected cells that don't have a BMS.

The Li-Po batteries used in Nerf have very high discharge and maximum current draw.

The batteries I'm planning to use are the following:
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These ones do not feature a BMS board.

On to my questions:
  • What do I need to know about Li-Po and BMS boards to successfully and SAFELY install a BMBS?
  • Where can I buy BMS boards rated for high amperage?
  • How do I install BMS boards onto a Li-Po?
All help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Satoshi Deguchi
 

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