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Middle or large-sized battery module










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7892669.

Disclosed herein is a middle- or large-sized battery module comprising: a battery cell stack including a plurality of battery cells or unit modules electrically connected with each other, a first module case constructed in a structure to entirely surround one side end of the battery cell stack and to partially surround the upper and lower ends of the battery cell stack, a second module case coupled with the first module case, the second module case being constructed in a structure to entirely surround the other side end of the battery cell stack and to partially surround the upper and lower ends of the battery cell stack, a sensing member mounted to the first module case or the second module case, and a battery management system (BMS) mounted to the first module case or the second module case.








 
 
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