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Old 06-20-2019, 05:07 PM   #21
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Default Re: KSGER Battery BMS charge battery board review

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Or he has the tip with extra thermocouple inside (four wires pic, might be JBC)
no, that's from a desoldering station - it's a stainless-steel pipe running through the element/sensor-ring
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Old 07-13-2019, 06:54 PM   #22
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Default Re: KSGER Battery BMS charge battery board review

Here is the soldering iron controller with the batteries in and power supply jack all in one case

Yes there is a meter hooked up to the power jack I checking the battery charger that I bought for this unit I seeing if it going to work or not with getting to hot

I bought another Kobalt battery pack from Lowe’s and try out some Samsung 2 amp hour batteries that the battery voltage and amp hour readings were very close to each other

So we will see if this BMS protection board will work better this time with batteries being very close to each other in milliamperes results
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Old 07-14-2019, 09:28 AM   #23
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Default Re: KSGER Battery BMS charge battery board review

Here are the test results for this BMS protection board for the Ksger battery powered soldering iron controller

If you charge and discharge the batteries and use batteries that have the same exact results for each battery

The results of this board is as follows on a scale of ONE that the board does not work at all and TEN working perfectly

I give this BMS protection board for batteries a nine.five

Here is why if you try charging higher than 500 milliamperes it turns on one of the balancing LED light which to me is a down side of this board which I took half of a point from it score

Yes this board is worth the money if you are willing to do a little work with the batteries first then your results will be very good

These are my final thoughts on this battery BMS protection board

I hope this will help someone that is thinking of doing something similar to this setup

You do need to use the case that is 150mm long otherwise not everything will fit there will not be enough room

One other thing that I would highly recommend is that you use a reset-able fuse on input power jack just in-case something goes wrong

As you can see the photo reset-able fuse where I put the fuse at in the photo

The only thing to work on now is charging controller for this battery BMS protection board and limit the charging current to 500 milliamperes so batteries will be fully charged
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