HONEYWELL BAS Battery Safety Aerosol Sensor | New Product Brief
Honeywell BAS series of Battery Safety Aerosol Sensors are specialized devices designed for detecting and reporting thermal runaway events within lithium-ion battery packs. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
HONEYWELL BAS Battery Safety Aerosol Sensor
Honeywell BAS series of Battery Safety Aerosol Sensors, available from Mouser Electronics, are specialized devices designed for detecting and reporting thermal runaway events within lithium-ion battery packs. These automotive-grade sensors utilize the light scattering principle to identify the presence and concentration of aerosols, such as smoke, liquid, and debris. These serve as early indicators of potential thermal runaway events, providing crucial safety measures.
The sensors deliver precise concentration measurements across a wide range, from 200 to 10,000 micrograms per cubic meter. Data reporting is facilitated through the Controller Area Network (CAN) communication protocol, ensuring seamless integration into existing systems.
Operating in either ECO Mode or Continuous Mode, the sensors offer adaptability for diverse applications. They are equipped with a range of features including high accuracy, low-temperature drift, wake-up output, request input for reliable system integration, and a thermal runaway warning threshold set at 5000 micrograms per cubic meter.
Primarily designed for battery pack systems in electric vehicles and energy storage applications, the Honeywell BAS Series Battery Safety Aerosol Sensors play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and reliability of lithium-ion battery packs, especially in high-stakes environments like electric vehicles. Their advanced features and precise detection capabilities make them a valuable asset in maintaining the integrity of these critical systems.
For more information, visit Mouser.com.
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