Installation Case

   Renewable energy, ESS, battery

An Energy Storage System (ESS) stores renewable energy from solar and wind power as electricity that can be drawn when needed. 
There have been dozens of fires involving ESS facilities in Korea. 
The causes of these fires have been attributed to condensation buildup and water leaks due to shoddy construction or the absence of critical protective equipment. 
This leads to uncontrollable thermal runaway when a strong current flows. 
Defective battery management system (BMS) can also cause battery fires.

Electric vehicles (EV), plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEV), hybrid vehicles (HEV), hydrogen fuel electric vehicles (FCEV), and vehicles subject to strict low emission and fuel efficiency standards are eco-friendly cars. 
The technological advancements in batteries which have high energy density and power density are used in electric vehicles as a power source. 
EVs are rapidly replacing vehicles that run on fossil fuels, which are the leading contributor to global warming.

High battery temperatures can cause thermal combustion. 
This can be caused by an outside impact, battery overcharging, battery over-discharge, and high outdoor temperatures. 
A fire in once battery cell can easily spread to an adjacent cell, causing the entire battery pack to explode into a fire. 
YUMINST technology can detect even the smallest amount of leaking of electrolytes from a battery pack. 
Fire risks can be mitigated as each battery cell can be controlled by linking the pack to a leak detection sensor and battery management system (BMS).
YUMINST’s liquid leak detection system is preparing the commercial release of an BMS through product development in collaboration with South Korean battery manufacturers like SDI and “L” firm.
Yumin ST’s efficient monitoring !
Rigorous liquid leak detection system

Quick pinpointing of leak location

Can monitor up to 200 sensors

TCP/ IP and MODBUS communication

Individual dry contact points

Supports fire detection through different channels