@rjsc as several people pointed out, the tone of the message is “wrong”.
Native English or Portuguese it’s wrong.
“Well, I liked till I found out that…”
Sounds the same as " you are a great guy, but your fired because you suck at your job"
I know enough Latin languages to read an insult when one is made.
And this wasn’t accidently.
Perhaps it sounded different in your head, and while being tired of finding a way to get your leaf working, and hitting the brick wall many times… Made you angry inside when you wrote it.
That can be.
Unintended still insulting.
96 cells is a challenge.
Especially with series.
It’s long long line for the data to travel.
While each module talks on its own, it does get on the same highway with 95 different packages of data in front of it.
There isn’t a probelm of making 3 X 32, and series that output.
Perhaps need to spend $30 extra for 2 more controlers, your stability increase enormous.
As the pack is perfectly balanced…
You could use one reading times 3 to have the total pack voltage.
Actions on the relais can be parallel
(The relais) if one NO goes open, the “connection” is lost to the Contactor, making it stop contact.
The emergency brake needed to protect the pack still will work that way
Yes, more controlers
Yes, 3 webpages
Or upload the data to a database and pull what ever you like from there.
I’ve tried 80 cells…
Made 40 ready, and it was already getting crazy confusing.
It might work, probably will work.
You do increase the complexity beyond an easy controllable level.
As several have suggested, and I’ll do the same, please edit your post.
It does piss people off.
As it’s disrespectful to talk this way.
I do wish you all the best and success for the leaf pack.
96 cells, over 300v, is inviting new dangers.
Many DC breakers are limited in voltage, that might be something to look at.
I did see more inverters reaching the market “high voltage” battery packs, around 300v.
Not just 12-24-48v.
That is progress, as the high amperage is often a larger problem then higher voltage.
Exiting times, where lithium energy storage is getting more accessable,
People liking to be independently from the grid.
(Or like me, no grid in miles and miles )