Abstract- An essential part of electric vehicles (EVs), which represent a step toward sustainable mobility, is a battery. According to data, the transportation industry accounts for approximately 25% of CO2 emissions and 50% of oil consumption, which results in air pollution, which raises temperatures and contributes to global warming. Because electric vehicles (EVs) have zero emissions and do not harm the environment, replacing fuel-powered vehicles with them is the primary way to reduce air pollution. The best battery for electric vehicles is often a lithium-ion battery where the engines are replaced with a battery (EVs). The battery is managed and controlled by a system called a battery management system, or BMS. Electric Vehicles (EVs) charging should function in an efficient manner due to limitations like electrical power distribution limitations. This suggested system has various cutting-edge capabilities for using and charging electric vehicles (EVs). Different parameters will be monitored based on the parameter battery charging and usage for a load and it will be automatically regulated in this implementation. The suggested device will stop automatically the charging and overcharging will not happen in the battery.