The RDDRONE-BMS772 is a standalone BMS reference design suitable for mobile robotics such as drones and rovers,
supporting 3 to 6 cell batteries.
Also suitable for other applications, such as portable medical devices, high energy power tools and personal mobility
(wheelchairs / scooters), all of which benefit from from high-quality battery control.
Higher voltage cell count applications can rework this reference to daisy chain BCC chips.
An S32K144 Auto MCU provides great flexibility and
communication to a PX4 based FMU via UAVCAN or I2C/SMBus.
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