1S 12A 3.6V BMS Battery Protection Board for Li-ion Cell

  • Short circuit protection
  • overdischarge prevention, and overcharge protection
  • overcurrent defence
  • Six MOS Transistor MOS

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1S 12A Li-ion The over-charge, over-discharge, over-current, and short circuit protection features of the 1S 12A 3.6V BMS are included. For 3.6 V Li-ion batteries, the MOS transistor has an integrated three-stage over-current detecting circuit that allows it to regulate both battery charging and discharge. This circuit for voltage detection is very accurate and uses little standby current.

This tiny dimension is appropriate for a variety of high integration, low cost needs, and meeting a broad range of performance standards to guarantee the battery pack’s complete safety and dependability.

Installation guidelines:

  • B+ is linked to the battery’s positive electrode.
  • B- Attach the battery’s negative pole.
  • P+ is the battery pack output’s positive input.
  • P- is the input negative and output of the battery pack.


  • Please be mindful of the input and output voltage as well as the load current to ensure that the protection board’s power consumption stays within the permitted range given the electrical parameters.
  • Between the overcurrent protection current and the upper limit continuous working current, the load current cannot be operated for an extended period of time.
  • There is a chance the battery won’t discharge while it is attached. The charger can resume regular operation in this situation.
  • Despite the built-in anti-static protection circuit on the protection board, please do not contact the board with your hands while it is operating to prevent static harm.


  • protection against overcharging
  • Protection against overdischarge
  • protection against short circuits
  • protection against overcurrent

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