Building a safe and secure embedded world

Set up smart and safe battery management

The second AURIX Knowledge Lab with experts from EBV, HighTec, Infineon, Neutron, PLS and Hitex lets us dive deep into the world of intelligent and safe battery management using the example of a 32-bit AURIX™ microcontroller from Infineon.

With battery cells connected to BEVOP ™ the available software on the AURIX ™ MCU allows the monitoring and balancing of them, and developers can access important data and control via CAN or Ethernet using Neutron Controls GUI on a host PC. Both the GUI and the firmware are available with API’s and reference code for quick modification or used as a base for rapid development.

Using it as the master MCU, it has all the necessary components and interface to create a complete BMS to control contactors, chargers and load or can be used as modular slave MCU.


    • Introduction and project description
    • Project requirements
    • Hardware components
    • AURIX Safety Features
    • Testing a BMS

    AURIX™ Knowledge Lab

    When: 19 October 2022, 3-6pm CEST
    Where: virtual, from everywhere you want to
    Costs for you: None

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