Emerging lithium-ion drivetrains and systems

Monitoring the status and health of an electrified system via a battery monitoring system (BMS) is vital to ensure higher performance and efficiency. Electrification trends in the market mean there are instances where battery-based applications may require higher voltage. In these cases, maximatecc will engineer custom designs to operate within these conditions.

maximatecc is continually focused on innovative ways to quickly communicate critical operator data using modern displays:
  • Boot up in less than 3 seconds so state of charge (SOC) and electrical system information is readily available
  • Variety of form factors to meet the needs of stationary and moving equipment of all sizes
  • Accommodate dashboards or control panels of all sizes with standard SAE 2 1/16- to 3 3/8-inch designs, plus RAM mounts
  • Reverse polarity and transient protection, including load-dump, over voltage and electrostatic discharge
  • 12- and 24-volt systems, 9-32 VDC
  • Compatible with J1939, CAN open and proprietary signals
  • Modular hardware and software architecture means easy customization
  • Functionality realized through setting parameters in no-code configuration tool or via application programming through Qt QML or C/C++ software development kit (SDK) tools
  • CE certification

Considering maximatecc products? Here are some common applications for battery- or electric-based moving and non-moving systems:

  • State-of-charge (SOC) display to monitor battery capacity

  • Real-time monitoring of voltage, current, temperature or other parameters

  • Communicating “time to empty” by utilizing amp- and watt-hour data

  • Fault code management and system status

  • Lean application creation with QtUltralite or TouchGFX

maximatecc serves a variety of markets, and each one is an opportunity to showcase the expertise that will help you maximize your engine monitoring experience: