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5S 18650 5-24V Input Lithium Battery Balance and Protection Extension Board - BCPB3[720]

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SKUPS-BC12112

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Description

As the new comer of BCPB (Battery Charging and Protection Board) series, BCPB3 inherits the high efficiency and high reliability of BCPB2, offering more battery holders for commonly used 18650 Lithium batteries. BCPB3 is designed for 5pieces 18650 Lithium Batteries in series and can be used as a power bank for Routers, High power portable speakers and Mobile phones, which is widely used in Home DIY applications to save your precious time from the connection of electric wires. Supporting wide range of charging input voltage and hybrid charging sources is one of the highlights of BCPB3. Any 5-24V 2A adapters can be used to charge the batteries with BCPB3.

The balance and protection circuit constantly to monitor each cell’s voltage, the current of charging or discharging, and the temperature of the environment to provide overcharge, over-discharge, output over-current, short circuit, charge over-current and over-temperature protections, etc.

The special design of mounting holes makes it rather easy for customers to power WONDOM boards in 3.6’’ x 2.7’’ and 4.8’’ x 3.6’’ with several screws, greatly improving convenience of operation.



  • TypeBattery Charger
  • StyleModule & Board
  • 5-24V Wide Range Charging Voltage
  • Hybrid Charging Sources
  • Supporting Extension Board with
  • Dual 5V 2A USB Discharge Ports
  • Multi-discharging Ports
  • Solar Charging Supported
  • Large Capacity with 5 cells 18650 Batteries
  • LED Indicators for Battery Status
  • Balance Protection
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Over-temperature Protection
  • Over/Under Voltage Protection
  • Output/Input Over-current Protection
  • Over-charge and Over-discharge Protection
  • Weight: 168g/0.37lbs (±10%)
  • Size: 4.8 x 3.6 x 1.28 inches
Specifications typical @ +25℃, unless otherwise noted. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Parameter(s) Conditions Min. Typ. Max. Unit(s)
Supply Voltage - 5 12 24 VDC
Maximum discharge current - - 5 - A
Typical charge current - 0.5 1.35 2 A
Overcharge detection voltage Per Single cell - 4.235 - V
Overcharge release voltage Per Single cell - 4.18 - V
Over-discharge detection voltage Per Single cell - 2.8 - V
Over-discharge release voltage Per Single cell - 3.0 - V
Balance starting voltage Per Single cell - 4.18 - V
Operating Temperature - - 20 50

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Arne.Christmann

15 May 2022

I have the following problem with your BCPB3. V. 21121V122: The load is already disconnected when the battery indicator still shows 2 of 4 LEDs. I thought 2 LEDs meant 50 % battery level and 1 LED 25 %? Used battery: Samsung INR 18650 35E. The connected load is a step-up converter.

Hi, Arne. Do you mean that, when you disconnect the battery board with your load and press the battery level indicating button, two of the four LEDs would be ON? Please kindly note that, the four battery level indicators is related to the remaining battery capacity. And there is nothing to do with whether it connects with a load for discharge. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Troels.Nørmølle

16 Apr 2022

I have a problem. When the board kills the connection to the batteries, due to low voltage while load on is connected to any of the terminals, the board cannot resume charging when power is reapplied. If I disconnect the load and wait 5 seconds, charging is resumed, and I can reapply the load no problem (charging will continue). When can I adjust the sensitivity of this behavior?

Hi, Troels. We didn't understand your question. Do you mean you remove batteries from the battery board and your battery board is still connected to the target board? It's not suggested to connect battery to your target board when the batteries are removed. In this condition, battery board runs abnormally. Or it may be because too heavy capacitive load in your target board. It's suggested to reduce plugging and unplugging of battery board and loads. If there is still problem, please contact us with store@sure-electronics.com. It'd be helpful if you attach some pictures or videos. Have a nice day~

Axel .Just

13 Apr 2022

Hello, Is it posible to use your 5s Boards without Balancing by conecting a Powertool battery over J2 or J20? Or are they only ment for Output? Would it still Provide Overcharge and underCharge Protection?

Hi, Axel. Thank you for your interest in our product. Please note BCPB3 is specially designed for 18650 Lithium batteries. It's not suggested to do like you mentioned, which may be unsafe. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Niek.M

05 Apr 2022

Is a 24V 4.14A charger recommendable or will the current get too high? I also have a laptop charger at 19.5V 7.7A, can I also use that one?

Hi, Niek. Thank you for your interest in our product You can use any charger whose voltage is within 5V - 24V and current is higher than 1A to charge BCPB3. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Jan.Reck

20 Mar 2022

do you Have the Step or STL File in 3D?

HI, Jan. We can provide STL file in 3D for you. Please kindly contact with store@sure-electrtonics.com. We will reply to you as soon as we receive your email. Have a nice day~

Johannes.Ullmann

22 Feb 2022

Hello, I have 3 BCPB3s one is a 21121V122 and the other two are the newer Versions PS-BC12112V312. With the newer V312s I have the following problems: 1. The 5-24V Wago connector does not work. I measured the connections and found the the GND is not connected. (I tested both boards) 2. It does not charge with 5V. Charging start only with about 5.6V. I need for my application charging with USB 5V. Is there any way to adjust the lower Charging Voltage? 3. The charging LED is only active when the charging Voltage is > 11V. Why is that so? With the V122 charging and the charging led works perfect a 5.0V. I hope you can help with these issues.

Hello, Johannes. Thank you for your feedback. 1. We will convey this problem to our R&D department and conduct tests. You can connect to GND of J5. 2. BCPB3 can be charged with DC5V, but the current is low. We will convey this problem to our R&D department too. 3. The reason may be that the voltage of your batteries are not balanced or the battery voltage has reached close to saturation voltage, in which condition, it's in trickle charging stage, charging LED will not be ON. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Ole.Bonin

06 Feb 2022

According to spec the board can charge with only 5V input but mine only charges when powered with 5.8V or higher. I have the 3s Version as well and it works fine with 5V there. Can you tell what kind of boost regulator chip is being used ( ist it U1?) I guess you would not send a screenshot of the schematic to my E mail for debugging purposes?

Hello, Ole. We have tested to power BCPB3 with DC5V. It can be charged but hte current is very low. If you want BCPB3 to be fully charged in shorter time, it's suggested to power it with 12V or higher voltage power supply. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Troels.Nørmølle

26 Dec 2021

What is the SKU for the new version that has the MPPT feature.

Hi, Troels. Thank you for your interest in our products. The SKU is still PS-BC12112 and the PCB version is V312. The BCPB3 we ship now are all new version with MPPT feture. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Tobias.Mueller

06 Dec 2021

Hello Wondom Team The board wich i have, looks diffrent to the one on your picture. I think on the newer versions its the resistor R62? The resistor R62 on my board is an R020 (SMD 2512). On the board you have its the resistor 65. I have the version 21121V122. What i have to do there?

Hi, Tobias. You still need to change R62 (R020) to a 6mOhm one. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Tobias.Mueller

03 Dec 2021

Hello As you answer: Hi, Tobias. The overcurrent protection will be triggered in around 50ms. The current protection value can be increased by connecting current reducing resistors in parallel. But it's not suggested to do so, because it would have a negative effect on the battery safety. How i can increase the current value to 15Ampere? This would be perfect. Can you send me an Picture wich resistor i have to connect in parallel?

Hi, Tobias. Please change the resistor to a 6mOhm one in the red block in the attached picture. Please note that, this operation may have a negative effect on the battery safety, and we wouldn't provide warranty if there is any damage caused by your modification. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Tobias.Mueller

29 Nov 2021

Thanks for your answer. I want to build an mobile subwoofer, and i will use 2 of your 1 X 100WATT CLASS D AUDIO AMPLIFIER BOARD - TPA3116[445] boards. So the subwoofer need about 200Wrms. I have some IMR cells they will provie over 20A constant. No worries about the cells. My question is how fast the overcurrent protection will kicks in? Because to drive an subwoofer means to get current pikes all the time. So i ha e worries the BCP3 will always run in protection if this protection is to sensitive. Is there a way to expand the current protection to for example 20A

Hi, Tobias. The overcurrent protection will be triggered in around 50ms. The current protection value can be increased by connecting current reducing resistors in parallel. But it's not suggested to do so, because it would have a negative effect on the battery safety. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Tobias.Mueller

29 Nov 2021

Hello can i get more than 5Amps out of this board? I need abaout 200w like the one from dayton (LBB-5Sv2). I think they will be built also from you sure?

Hi, Tobias. Thank you for your interest in our products. The overcurrent protection value of BCPB3 is 10A. It is not suggested to discharge with higher current as the capacity of the battery is limited. Higher current usually means shorter discharge time. Wish this could help you. Have a nice day~

Anders.K

25 May 2021

According to your youtube video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0uvQcDiUdk) this board (5S 18650) supports MPPT - can you please confirm? I want to connect solar panels to the board permanently - can I still charge it through another port with a DC-power adapter even though solar is connected? Besides - is it possible to parallel two of these boards for more AH? BR

Hi, Anders. Thank you for your interest in our products. The new version BCPB3 supports MPPT charging funciton. You can connect it with the solar panels and DC-power adapter at the same time. They are separate circuit. The battery board would be charged by the one whose current is larger. However, the new version is still under manufacture. So, if you buy now, it would be the version that does not support MPPT charging. Wish this could help you.

Diogo.Guerreiro

17 Mar 2021

Hello, Can i charge and discharge the batteries at the same time? Best Regards, Diogo Guerreiro

Hello, Diogo. Thank you for your interest in our products. Yes. The BCPB3 supports charge and discharge at the same time. Wish this could help you.

Paul.Alexander

16 Jan 2021

Does this board have a simple positive negative output?

Hi, Paul. Thank you for your interest in our products. The J18, J2, J20, J1 ports on BCPB3 can all be used for normal voltage output. Wish this could help you.

Marco.Gietema

04 Nov 2020

Can i use this battery board to with AA-AB33312, with PS-SP12151 connected in between?

Hi, Marco. Please note that AA-AB33312 doesn't support battery power. Wish this could help you.

finn.sims

28 Sep 2020

Hi. What advice do you have to charge this via solar panels? I have a 40w panel connected to the correct input and the voltage of the PV panels drop immediately below 2 volts. Why does it not find the maximum power point tracking as described? Look forward to advice and help. Thanks.

Hi, finn. Please kindly note that BCPB3 does not support MPPT. We are upgrading BCPB3 now and the new version would be equipped with MPPT charging circuit.

Afif Amali .Othman

19 Jun 2020

Hi. How long is the shipping process and delivery for this item to Malaysia?

Hi, Afif Amali. Thank you for your interest in our products. It usually takes 3-7 days to Malaysia by Express and 15-25 days by China Post. Wish this could help you.

Robin.Belpaire

16 Jun 2020

Hi which output connection bundle all batteries in serie obtaining 24v?

Hi, Robin. Thank you for your interest in our products. Please kindly be noted that all the discharging ports of BCPB3 are with the same function and the only difference is the used terminals. The output voltage depends on the battery capacity. The maximum output voltage is 21V when the batteries are fully charged. Wish this could help you.

Magnus.Eriksson

15 Jun 2020

hello i like to now is this units can be mounted in serial or parallell applikations SKUPS-BC12111 more than 1 piece SKUPS-BC12113 more than 1 piece SKUPS-BC12112 more than 1 piece and if that is possible to that. what parts do i need to make it to work

Hi, Magnus. Thank you for your interest in our products. Please kindly be noted that BCPB series cannot be connected with each other in series or in parallel. We are now working on battery boards with more holders to provide higher capacity and it will be released soon. We will develop a solution to connect battery boards in parallel in the near future. Wish this could help you.

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