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HVAC Control, BMS Systems & Integration SpecialistsNyke Energy employ a dedicated BMS installation team that allows us to offer a cost effective solution to installation whilst being able to oversee the entire project from start to finish. Our service engineers are able to offer maintenance solutions that include planned service visits, reactive call outs and remote support through our cost effective bureau service. The Titan FCU-4 controller allowed Nyke to seamlessly replace the existing fan coil controllers through the night with no disruption to the operation of the building. Control panels were equipped with the brand new range of Trend IQ4E […]. Nyke Energy were delighted to be awarded the contract to supply and commission a new Cylon building management system with three retained fire stations within Shropshire which have undergone major refurbishments. The purpose is to fulfil the requirements of all our varied clients to their complete satisfaction. All company activities are carried out in a safe and healthy working environment. Read More. Though our extensive industry knowledge and in-depth manufacturer training we can offer a range of solutions from new build BMS control panels to reactive maintenance and servicing. We more recently became affiliated as an Schneider Electric EcoXpert for critical power monitoring, one of only a few select companies in the UK. We are ideally placed for providing services in the Midlands, Wales and the North West however we often undertake work throughout the UK thanks to the positive reputation we continue to build. We have experience in a wide range of markets and have worked on diverse range of projects. BMS Explained. The Nyke Ethos. BMS Electrical Installation Nyke Energy employ a dedicated BMS installation team that allows us to offer a cost effective solution to installation whilst being able to oversee the entire project from start to finish. About Us. How can Nyke Energy Services Ltd help you? Contact Us Now.
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New BMS installations give you maximum control over the energy usage in your building and a convenient way of maintaining the perfect temperature of your environment. Whether a residential property, a college, or a multi-site NHS complex, you can have complete control of your heating, ventilation and air conditioning throughout your premises. Intelligent software, smart technology, and the experience of our engineering staff means our new BMS installations will be as efficient as possible, and perfectly suited to your building. Our experienced team can carry out every aspect of new BMS installations, from start to finish. This includes design, installation of cabling to the field devices, control panel design and manufacture, commissioning and installation of customised schematic packages. If you are already working to a given specification on a new BMS installation, our engineers can fit seamlessly into any stage of the project. Every building is different and needs its own smart solution to maximise the effectiveness of any aspect of new BMS installations. Our engineers will work closely with you to fully understand your requirements to provide a tailored service, designed to meet the demands of you and your building. All aspects of new BMS installations are carried out by highly trained specialist. Our engineers are approved partners of Trend, Johnsons Priva and Honeywell, ensuring that your work is carried out to the highest standard using only high quality manufacturers. Manage your buildings effortlessly with a new BMS installation for maximum comfort and maximum savings. Or use our contact form Need advice? Call to speak to a specialist about new BMS installations. New BMS installations at a glance: complete projects from start to finish minimal disruption to your day to day business full analysis and report on your BMS needs intelligent systems using the latest technology quotations to meet your budget all workmanship guaranteed 1 year warranty on all workmanship accredited and approved engineers. Complete Projects. Tailored to your building. Approved partners.
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A BMS is a really important safety feature to add to a lithium battery. Not only will it make your battery safer by protecting your cells from over and under discharging, but it will also make the entire charging process much simpler. The first step is to install your BMS. There are two main sets of wires you need to install, the thick wires and the thin wires. Not every BMS is the same, but most are similar. Your BMS will likely have 3 thick wires, or 3 pads to solder on your own heavy gauge wires. These are the B- P- and C- wires or pads for adding wires. Be very careful not to let the solder blob touch any other components on the BMS board, as many BMSs have very small solder pads that are close to other components. You generally want to use a fairly heavy gauge wire here such as 12 or 14 AWG. This wire will carry the full power of your battery during discharge. If you used a single wire clamp, just crimp the wire inside of the clamp using a wire crimper preferred or a pair of pliers less ideal, but it works. If you used multiple wire clamps, you can either strip a section of wire further down the B- wire, or you can use two wires spliced together, with one end crimped in each connector and the other ends reaching back to the B- pad or B- wire on your BMS. Now your BMS is connected to the negative terminal of your battery. I like to add a thin layer of foam or plastic below the BMS too, just to add a second layer of insulation between it and the battery cells. Next, I like to add my balance wires. These are the thin wires with the white connector. Your BMS will either have the same number of balance wires as series cells in your battery, or one more. Our BMSs sold in our shop have one more wire than the number of cells in series. If your BMS has one more wire than the number of cells in series, then all the balance wires will connect to the positive ends of the parallel cell groups except for the very first one which will connect to the negative end of the first parallel cell group. If your BMS has the same number of balances wires as series cells, then each balance wire will connect to the positive end of each cell group only. Then place the bus bar back on top of the cell, ensuring that it contacts the balance wire, and finally replace the nut and tighten everything down. You could also clamp the balance wire between the busbar and the nut, but this would add some resistance to the flow of electricity through the battery, as the electrons flow through the threaded post, into the nut and then into the busbar. By placing the balance wire below the busbar instead of between the busbar and the nut, you allow the main flow of electricity to bypass the sense wire during pack discharge, while still allowing it to remain in electrical connection. Alternatively, you can also solder the balance wires directly onto the busbars. Either way works just fine. Continue with each successive balance wire by connecting it to the positive end of each successive cell. For our BMSs, the second balance wire the first thin red wire will be connected to the positive terminal of the first cell group. Then the third balance wire connects to the positive terminal of the second cell group, and so on. The last balance wire should connect to the positive terminal of your last cell group. The P- wire is the negative discharge connection, so that will plug into whatever device you are powering, such as an electric bicycle or skateboard controller, an inverter, etc. Our BMS already has this wire soldered to the BMS, so you are essentially done at this point, unless you want to lengthen that wire by soldering on a longer piece. Remember to use a fairly thick wire, such as 12 or 14 AWG.