Victron Energy Smart BatteryProtect 65A/100A/220A Datasheet

Victron Energy Smart BatteryProtect 65A/100A/220A Datasheet
Smart BatteryProtect 65A/100A/220A
Bluetooth enabled
System on-off switch
Protects the battery against excessive discharge and can be used as a system on/off switch
The Smart BatteryProtect disconnects the battery from non-essential loads before it is completely discharged (which would
damage the battery) or before it has insufficient power left to crank the engine.
The on/off input can be used as a system on/off switch.
12/24V auto ranging
The Smart BatteryProtect automatically detects system voltage one time only.
Smart BatteryProtect BP-65
Bluetooth: programming made easy
When using Bluetooth to program the Smart BatteryProtect any required engage/disengage levels can be set.
Alternatively, one of nine predefined engage/disengage levels can be set with the programming pin (see manual).
If required, Bluetooth can be disabled.
A special setting for Li-ion batteries
In this mode the BatteryProtect can be controlled by the VE.Bus BMS.
Note: the BatteryProtect can also be used as a charge interrupter in between a battery charger and a Li-ion battery. See
connection diagram in the manual.
Ultra-low current consumption
This is important in case of Li-ion batteries, especially after low voltage shutdown.
Please see our Li-ion battery datasheet and the VE.Bus BMS manual for more information.
Over voltage protection
To prevent damage to sensitive loads due to over voltage, the load is disconnected whenever the DC voltage exceeds 16.3V
respectively 32.6V.
Smart BatteryProtect BP-100
Ignition proof
No relays but MOSFET switches, and therefore no sparks.
Delayed alarm output
The alarm output is activated if the battery voltage drops below the preset disconnect level during more than 12 seconds.
Starting the engine will therefore not activate the alarm. The alarm output is a short circuit proof open collector output to the
negative (minus) rail, max. current 50 mA. The alarm output is typically used to activate a buzzer, LED or relay.
Delayed load disconnect and delayed reconnect
The load will be disconnected 90 seconds after the battery voltage drops below the preset level. If the battery voltage
increases again to the connect threshold within this time period (after the engine has been started for example), the load will
not be disconnected.
The load will be reconnected 30 seconds after the battery voltage has increased to more than the preset reconnect voltage.
Smart BatteryProtect
Smart BatteryProtect BP-220
Maximum continuous load current*
Peak current (during 30 seconds)
Operating voltage range
Current consumption
Alarm output delay
Maximum load on alarm output
Load disconnect delay
Load reconnect delay
Default thresholds
Operating temperature range
IP rating
Dimensions (hxwxd)
Connector with preassembled DC
minus cable (included)
Smart BP-65
Smart BP-100
Smart BP-220
6 –35V
When on: 1,4 mA When off or low voltage shutdown: 0,9 mA
When on: 1,2 mA When off or low voltage shutdown: 0,7 mA
12 seconds
50 mA (short circuit proof)
90 seconds (immediate if triggered by the VE.Bus BMS)
30 seconds
Disengage: 10,5V or 21V Engage: 12V or 24V
Full load: -40°C to +40°C (up to 60% of nominal load at 50°C)
Electronics: IP67 (potted) Connections: IP00
0,2 kg 0.5 lbs
0,5 kg 0.6 lbs
0,8 kg 1.8 lbs
40 x 48 x 106 mm
59 x 42 x 115 mm
62 x 123 x 120 mm
1.6 x 1.9 x 4.2 inch
2.4 x 1.7 x 4.6 inch
2.5 x 4.9 x 4.8 inch
* The BatteryProtect is not designed for reverse currents from charging sources
System on/off
a. ON when the L and H terminal are interconnected (switch
or relay contact)
b. ON when the L terminal is pulled to battery minus (V< 3.5V)
c. ON when the H terminal is high (2.9V < VH < Vbat)
d. OFF in all other conditions
Victron Energy B.V. | De Paal 35 | 1351 JG Almere | The Netherlands
General phone: +31 (0)36 535 97 00 | E-mail: [email protected]
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