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JP6287776B2
JP6287776B2 JP2014236741A JP2014236741A JP6287776B2 JP 6287776 B2 JP6287776 B2 JP 6287776B2 JP 2014236741 A JP2014236741 A JP 2014236741A JP 2014236741 A JP2014236741 A JP 2014236741A JP 6287776 B2 JP6287776 B2 JP 6287776B2
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清水 宏
宏 清水
平光 宏臣
宏臣 平光
克司 宮▲崎▼
克司 宮▲崎▼
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01GCAPACITORS; CAPACITORS, RECTIFIERS, DETECTORS, SWITCHING DEVICES OR LIGHT-SENSITIVE DEVICES, OF THE ELECTROLYTIC TYPE
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01GCAPACITORS; CAPACITORS, RECTIFIERS, DETECTORS, SWITCHING DEVICES OR LIGHT-SENSITIVE DEVICES, OF THE ELECTROLYTIC TYPE
    • H01G11/00Hybrid capacitors, i.e. capacitors having different positive and negative electrodes; Electric double-layer [EDL] capacitors [EDLCs]; Processes specially adapted for the manufacture thereof or of parts thereof
    • H01G11/10Multiple hybrid or EDL capacitors, e.g. arrays or modules
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01GCAPACITORS; CAPACITORS, RECTIFIERS, DETECTORS, SWITCHING DEVICES OR LIGHT-SENSITIVE DEVICES, OF THE ELECTROLYTIC TYPE
    • H01G11/00Hybrid capacitors, i.e. capacitors having different positive and negative electrodes; Electric double-layer [EDL] capacitors [EDLCs]; Processes specially adapted for the manufacture thereof or of parts thereof
    • H01G11/74Terminals, e.g. extensions of current collectors
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01MPROCESSES OR MEANS, e.g. BATTERIES, FOR THE DIRECT CONVERSION OF CHEMICAL ENERGY INTO ELECTRICAL ENERGY
    • H01M2/00Constructional details or processes of manufacture of the non-active parts
    • H01M2/10Mountings; Suspension devices; Shock absorbers; Transport or carrying devices; Holders
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01MPROCESSES OR MEANS, e.g. BATTERIES, FOR THE DIRECT CONVERSION OF CHEMICAL ENERGY INTO ELECTRICAL ENERGY
    • H01M2/00Constructional details or processes of manufacture of the non-active parts
    • H01M2/20Current conducting connections for cells
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y02EREDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS [GHG] EMISSIONS, RELATED TO ENERGY GENERATION, TRANSMISSION OR DISTRIBUTION
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Description

  The present invention relates to a power storage module.

  For example, a power storage module for power mounted in an electric vehicle or a hybrid vehicle is generally configured by connecting a large number of power storage elements in series via a bus bar. In this type of power storage module, a voltage detection line for detecting the voltage of the power storage element may be connected to the electrode terminal of the power storage element.

  As a configuration for connecting the voltage detection line to the electrode terminal, for example, a configuration is known in which the detection terminal is crimped to the terminal of the voltage detection line, and the detection terminal is fastened to the electrode terminal together with the bus bar (for example, Patent Documents). 1).

JP 2011-77031 A

  In the power storage module described in Patent Document 1, the detection terminal provided with the insertion hole through which the electrode terminal is inserted includes the insertion hole of the bus bar provided with the insertion hole through which the electrode terminal is inserted. In a state where they are stacked so as to be aligned, they are accommodated in a resin bus bar module. The bus bar module is attached to a power storage element group in which a plurality of power storage elements are arranged while the electrode terminals are inserted through the detection terminal insertion holes and the bus bar insertion holes. Assembled.

  According to such a configuration, since a space for screwing the nut into the electrode terminal is required, the connection structure of the detection terminal is increased, and there is a problem that the power storage module itself is increased in size.

  The present invention has been completed based on the above situation, and an object thereof is to provide a power storage module that can be miniaturized.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a storage element group in which a plurality of storage elements having positive and negative lead terminals protruding from a side edge are arranged, and a plurality of the storage elements welded and joined to the lead terminals. A connection member that electrically connects the detection element and a detection terminal that detects a state of the power storage element, and one of the detection terminal and the connection member is attached to the other member. The other member has a mounting receiving portion for receiving the mounting protrusion, and the detection terminal includes a wire connecting portion to which an electric wire is connected, the wire connecting portion and the mounting protrusion, or the mounting. And a bent portion that is provided between the receiving portion and that disposes the wire connecting portion at a position away from the connecting member.

  In the present invention, either one of the detection terminal and the connection member has an attachment protrusion that is attached to the other member, while the other member has an attachment receiving portion that receives the attachment protrusion. Therefore, according to the present invention, the connection member and the detection terminal can be electrically connected simply by attaching the attachment protrusion of one member to the attachment receiving portion of the other member, and the nut is screwed into the electrode terminal. No space is needed. As a result, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide a power storage module that can be miniaturized.

  By the way, when a burr | flash exists in the edge part of a connection member, it becomes difficult to contact | connect a connection member and a detection terminal, and a trouble may arise in joining. However, in the present invention, the detection terminal is provided between the wire connecting portion to which the electric wire is connected and the wire connecting portion and the mounting protrusion or the mounting receiving portion, and the wire connecting portion is arranged at a position away from the connecting member. And a bent portion. Therefore, according to the present invention, it is possible to arrange the electric wire connection portion at a position away from the connection member while closely contacting the portion where the detection terminal and the connection member are bonded, so that the bonding is not hindered. Moreover, according to this invention, since an electric wire can be attached avoiding the burr | flash of the edge part of a connection member, damage to an electric wire can also be prevented.

The present invention may have the following configuration.
The holding member may be provided with an insulating material and hold the connection member, and the holding member may include a terminal fixing portion that fixes the electric wire connection portion of the detection terminal.
According to such a configuration, since the holding member having a terminal fixing portion that fixes the detection terminal while holding the connection member is formed of an insulating material, the connection state of the detection terminal and the connection member is improved, Can be insulated.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the electrical storage module which can be reduced in size can be provided.

The perspective view showing the electrical storage module of Embodiment 1 from the front side Rear view of power storage module Side view showing a state in which a holding member is attached to the storage element group The front view which shows a mode that the holding member was attached to the electrical storage element group Rear view showing a state where the holding member is attached to the storage element group Front view of holding member to which connecting member and detection terminal are attached Sectional drawing in the AA line of FIG. Perspective view of detection terminal Plan view of detection terminal Side view of detection terminal Perspective view of connecting member

<Embodiment 1>
A first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. In the drawings, only one member of the plurality of identical members may be given a reference numeral, and the reference numerals may be omitted for other identical members. In the following description, the upper side in FIG. 2 is the upper side, the lower side is the lower side, the right side in FIG. 1 is the front (front side), and the left side is the rear (back side).

  The power storage module 10 of the present embodiment includes a power storage element group 11 in which a plurality (24 in the present embodiment) of power storage elements 12 having lead terminals 13 protruding from a side edge are arranged, and a plurality of power storage elements joined to the lead terminals 13. A connection member 30 that electrically connects the element 12, a detection terminal 37 that detects the state of the power storage element 12, and a holding member 21 that holds the connection member 30 are provided.

(Storage element 12)
As the storage element 12 constituting the storage element group 11, any storage element 12 such as a secondary battery, a capacitor, or a capacitor can be used as necessary. A secondary battery is used as the electricity storage element 12 according to the present embodiment.

  The electricity storage element 12 has a substantially rectangular shape when viewed from above. The electricity storage element 12 is connected to the electricity storage element inside the container 14, the electricity storage element (not shown) housed in the container 14, which is formed by welding the side edges of a pair of laminated films having a substantially rectangular shape. And positive and negative lead terminals 13 led out from the side edge of the container 14.

  The power storage elements 12 are stacked so that two lead terminals 13 having the same polarity are arranged one above the other, and are connected in parallel via a connection member 30. Although not shown in detail, in the power storage element group 11, the front lead terminals 13 are arranged in the order of negative electrode, negative electrode, positive electrode, positive electrode, negative electrode, negative electrode,..., And the rear lead terminal 13 is positive electrode in order from the top. , Positive electrode, negative electrode, negative electrode, positive electrode, positive electrode,...

  The negative electrode lead terminal 13B of the electricity storage device 12 arranged at the upper end and the positive electrode lead terminal 13A of the electricity storage device 12 arranged at the lower end are respectively externally connected to an external device (not shown). The connection bus bar 36 is electrically connected. Examples of the external device include another power storage module 10 and an inverter.

  The wiring modules 20 are attached to the surfaces (the front surface and the rear surface in FIG. 1) on the side where the lead terminals 13 of the power storage element group 11 are led out.

(Wiring module 20)
The wiring module 20 is attached to the power storage element group 11 to electrically connect the plurality of power storage elements 12. The wiring module 20 includes a connection member 30 that is connected to the lead terminal 13 of the power storage element 12 and electrically connects the plurality of power storage elements 12, and a holding member 21 that holds the connection member 30.

(Holding member 21)
The holding member 21 that holds the connection member 30 is made of an insulating material. In the present embodiment, the power storage element group 11 is attached by connecting a plurality of holding members 21.

  The holding member 21 disposed at the upper end in FIG. 3 is provided with a connecting projection 23 that is fitted and connected to a connecting hole 22 provided in the second holding member 21 from the top. Further, the holding member 21 arranged at the lower end in FIG. 3 is provided with a connecting hole 22 for receiving the connecting protrusion 23 of the holding member 21 in the second stage from the bottom.

  The holding member 21 other than the holding member 21 arranged at the upper and lower ends has a connecting hole 22 that receives the connecting protrusion 23 of the upper holding member 21 and a connecting protrusion that fits into the connecting hole 22 of the lower holding member 21. Each part 23 is provided.

  Further, the holding member 21 arranged at the upper end and the holding member 21 arranged at the lower end are formed with a cover mounting projection 24 that fits into the cover mounting hole 43 of the cover 40 so as to protrude outward.

  As shown in FIG. 6, each holding member 21 has a terminal fixing portion 27 for fixing the electric wire connecting portion 39 of the detection terminal 37, an electric wire outlet portion 28 for deriving the detection electric wire W <b> 1 connected to the detection terminal 37, A wire routing portion 29 in which the detection wire W1 is routed is provided.

(Detection terminal 37)
The detection terminal 37 is for detecting the voltage or the like of the power storage element 12 and is electrically connected to the lead terminal 13 of the power storage element 12 via the connection member 30.

  The detection terminal 37 (an example of one member) includes an attachment protrusion 38 that is attached to the connection member 30 (an example of the other member), and a wire connection portion 39 to which one end of the detection wire W1 is connected (see FIG. 8 to 10). The detection terminal 37 includes bent portions 37 </ b> B and 37 </ b> C that are provided between the electric wire connection portion 39 and the attachment protrusion 38 and that place the electric wire connection portion 39 at a position away from the connection member 30.

  The attachment protrusion 38 is provided at one end (the left end in FIG. 10) of the detection terminal 37. The attachment protrusion 38 is a portion closer to the terminal than the bent portion 38A formed by bending one end portion of the detection terminal 37 downward in FIG. 10, and as shown in FIG. It is inserted into the hole 32B (an example of an attachment receiving portion) and hooked on the surface of the connection member 30 on the side of the storage element 12 (the lower side in FIG. 7). Accordingly, when the detection terminal 37 and the connection member 30 are joined by laser welding or the like after the attachment protrusion 38 of the detection terminal 37 is attached to the terminal attachment hole 32B of the connection member 30, the connection member 30 and the detection terminal 37 are joined. Can be electrically connected while firmly fixing. Furthermore, as shown in FIG. 9, the mounting protrusion 38 is set to have a width dimension smaller than that of other portions in order to be mounted in the terminal mounting hole 32 </ b> B of the connection member 30.

  The wire connecting portion 39 is provided at the other end portion (the right end portion in FIG. 10) of the detection terminal 37, and has two sets of barrel portions 39A and 39B. Of the two sets of barrel portions 39A and 39B, the left barrel portion 39A in FIG. 10 is a wire barrel that is crimped to the conductor exposed by peeling and removing the covering material at the end of the detection wire W1, and the right side in FIG. The barrel portion 39B on the terminal side of the terminal 37 is an insulation barrel that is crimped to a portion covered with the covering material of the detection wire W1.

  As shown in FIG. 7, bent portions (first bent portion 37 </ b> B, second bent portion 37 </ b> C) are formed in a region 37 </ b> A between the mounting protrusion 38 and the wire connecting portion 39. Of the region 37A of the detection terminal 37, the region closer to the mounting protrusion 38 (left side in FIG. 7) than the first bent portion 37B is in contact with one surface (upper surface in FIG. 7) of the connection member 30. Of the region 37A of the detection terminal 37, a portion between the first bent portion 37B and the second bent portion 37C is an upright wall 37E arranged substantially perpendicular to the connection member 30, and from the second bent portion 37C. Further, the electric wire connecting portion 39 provided on the right side in FIG. 7 is arranged at a position away from the connecting member 30 by the height Y of the standing wall 37E.

  The detection electric wire W1 is formed by covering a conductor with a covering material made of insulating resin. Although details are not shown, the conductor of the detection electric wire W1 is made of a metal material such as aluminum, aluminum alloy, copper, copper alloy or the like. At both end portions (one end portion and the other end portion) of the detection electric wire W1, the conductor is exposed by peeling and removing the covering material.

  One end of the detection electric wire W1 is electrically connected to the power storage element 12 via the detection terminal 37 and the connection member 30, and the other end of the detection electric wire W1 is connected to the battery control unit (ECU) or the like via the connector 50. It is connected to other equipment (not shown). The detection wire W <b> 1 is led out from the wire lead-out portion 28 of the holding member 21 and is routed in the wire routing portion 29.

(Connecting member 30)
As shown in FIG. 11, the connection member 30 to which the lead terminal 13 of the electricity storage element 12 is connected is made of the same metal material as the negative electrode lead terminal 13B and the first metal part 31 made of the same metal material as the positive electrode lead terminal 13A. The second metal part 35 is joined. A positive electrode lead terminal 13 </ b> A is bonded to the first metal portion 31, and a negative electrode lead terminal 13 </ b> B is bonded to the second metal portion 35. The first metal part 31 and the second metal part 35 are joined by a known method such as cold welding or welding. In the present embodiment, the first metal portion 31 is made of a metal plate made of aluminum or an aluminum alloy, and the second metal portion 35 is made of a metal plate made of copper or a copper alloy.

  In the connection member 30, the first metal part 31 and the second metal part 35 are respectively a terminal joint part 32 joined to the lead terminal 13 and a member to which the first metal part 31 and the second metal part 35 are joined. And a joint portion 34.

  A rectangular terminal attachment hole 32 </ b> B for attaching the detection terminal 37 is formed in the terminal joint portion 32 of the connection member 30. In addition, fixing portions 33 that are fixed to the holding member 21 are provided at four corners of the connection member 30.

  In front of the power storage element group 11, the two negative electrode lead terminals 13 from the top are joined to the terminal joint part 32 of the end connection member 30A made of only the second metal part 35, and the two positive electrode lead terminals 13A are joined from the bottom. It is joined to the terminal joint portion 32 of the end connection member 30 </ b> A made of only the second metal portion 35. The lead terminals 13 other than these are joined two by two to the terminal joining portion 32 of the connecting member 30 formed by joining the first metal portion 31 and the second metal portion 35.

  Examples of the welding method between the lead terminal 13 and the terminal joint portion 32 of the connection member 30 and the welding method between the lead terminal 13 and the external connection bus bar 36 include laser welding and ultrasonic welding.

(Cover 40)
As shown in FIG. 1, the power storage module 10 includes a cover 40 made of an insulating resin disposed on the front side and the back side (the end side from which the lead terminal 13 is led out) of the power storage element group 11. A detection terminal 37 for detecting the state of the storage element 12 and a device such as a battery control unit (ECU) (not shown) are electrically connected to the front cover 40A and the back cover 40B of the storage element group 11, respectively. The connector fixing | fixed part 41 which fixes the connector 50 to perform is provided (refer FIG. 1 and FIG. 2).

  The front cover 40 </ b> A and the back cover 40 </ b> B are provided with a pair of electric wire fixing pieces 42 for fixing the electric wires W <b> 2 led out from the upper end of the connector housing 51. Further, the cover 40A on the front side and the cover 40B on the back side are provided with cover mounting holes 43 for receiving the cover mounting protrusions 24 of the holding member 21 (see FIG. 1).

  Bus bar lead-out holes 44 through which external connection bus bars 36 for connecting the power storage element group 11 and external devices (not shown) are led out are provided at the upper and lower ends of the front cover 40A. Examples of the external device include another power storage module and an inverter. The external connection bus bar 36 is made of a conductive metal material such as copper, copper alloy, aluminum, or aluminum alloy, and is provided with a connection hole 36A that is electrically connected to an external device.

(Assembly method of power storage module 10)
The ends of the lead terminals 13 of the 24 power storage elements 12 are bent substantially vertically downward, and are stacked so that the two lead terminals 13 adjacent to each other in the vertical direction have the same polarity. 11 connecting members 30 and two end connecting members 30A shown in FIG. 11 are prepared.

  The connection member 30 presses the metal plate material constituting the first metal part 31 and the metal plate material constituting the second metal part 35 into a predetermined shape, and then presses the member joining part 34 of the first metal part 31 and the second metal member 31. It can be manufactured by joining the metal part 35.

  The connection member 30 is attached and fixed to a predetermined holding member 21. A plurality of holding members 21 are connected to form a single plate, and the mounting protrusions 38 of the detection terminals 37 are inserted into the terminal mounting holes 32B of the connection members 30 fixed to the holding members 21 and the terminal fixing portions of the holding members 21 are fixed. When the electric wire connecting portion 39 of the detection terminal 37 is fixed to 27 and the detection electric wire W1 is led out from the electric wire outlet portion 28, the detection terminal 37 is fixed.

  At this time, the electric wire connecting portion 39 (barrel portions 39A, 39B) of the detection terminal 37 is arranged at a position away from the connecting member 30 by the height Y of the upright wall 37E, as shown in FIG.

  Next, the detection wire W1 connected to each detection terminal 37 is routed in the wire routing portion 29 of the holding member 21, and the wiring module 20 attached to the front and rear of the power storage element group 11 is manufactured.

  Subsequently, the wiring module 20 is disposed in front of and behind the power storage element group 11, and the lead terminal 13 and the terminal joint portion 32 of the connection member 30 are joined by a welding method such as laser welding. At this time, the external connection bus bar 36 is also connected to the wiring module 20 attached to the front.

  Next, when the front cover 40A and the back cover 40B are attached and the electric wire W1 connected to the detection terminal 37 is electrically connected to an external device via the connector 50, the power storage module 10 shown in FIG. 1 is obtained. .

(Operation and effect of this embodiment)
Next, the operation and effect of this embodiment will be described.
In the present embodiment, the detection terminal 37 has an attachment protrusion 38 attached to the connection member 30, while the connection member 30 has a terminal attachment hole 32 </ b> B that receives the attachment protrusion 38. The connection member 30 and the detection terminal 37 can be electrically connected only by being attached to the terminal attachment hole 32B of the connection member 30, and a space for screwing the nut into the electrode terminal is not necessary. As a result, according to the present embodiment, the power storage module 10 that can be reduced in size can be provided.

  By the way, when the burr | flash exists in the edge part of the connection member 30, it becomes difficult to contact | connect the connection member 30 and the detection terminal 37, and it may interfere with joining, but in this embodiment, the detection terminal 37 is Bending portions 37 </ b> B and 37 </ b> C are provided between the electric wire connection portion 39 and the attachment projection 38 and distribute the electric wire connection portion 39 at a position away from the connection member 30. Therefore, according to the present embodiment, the electric wire connection portion 39 can be disposed at a position away from the connection member 30 while closely attaching the portion where the detection terminal 37 and the connection member 30 are bonded, so that the connection by welding is performed. Will not be disturbed. Moreover, the detection electric wire W1 can be attached away from the burr | flash of the edge part of the connection member 30, and damage to the electric wire W1 can also be prevented.

  In addition, according to the present embodiment, since the holding member 21 that is made of an insulating material and holds the connection member 30 has the terminal fixing portion 27 that fixes the electric wire connection portion 39 of the detection terminal 37, the detection terminal 37 and the connection member 30 can be insulated and kept in good condition.

<Other embodiments>
The technology disclosed in this specification is not limited to the embodiment described with reference to the above description and drawings, and may be, for example, the following embodiment.
(1) In the above embodiment, the detection terminal 37 having the attachment protrusion 38 and the connection member 30 having the terminal attachment hole 32B (attachment receiving portion) are shown. However, the detection terminal has the attachment receiving portion and is connected. The member may have an attachment protrusion.
(2) In the above-described embodiment, the electric wire connecting portion 39 is arranged substantially parallel to the connecting member 30 by providing the detection terminal 37 with the two bent portions 37B and 37C. It may be configured to be arranged perpendicular to the above.
(3) In the above embodiment, the holding member 21 having the terminal fixing portion 27 for fixing the electric wire connecting portion 39 of the detection terminal 37 is shown. However, the holding member 21 may not be formed with the terminal fixing portion. And the holding member which has a fixing | fixed part which fixes parts other than an electric wire connection part may be sufficient.
(4) In the above embodiment, the power storage element group 11 including the 24 power storage elements 12 is shown. However, the number of power storage elements constituting the power storage element group may be less than 24 or more than 24.
(5) In the above embodiment, two power storage elements 12 are connected in parallel. However, all power storage elements may be connected in series, or three or more power storage elements may be connected in parallel. Also good.
(6) In the above embodiment, an example in which a secondary battery is used as the power storage element 12 has been described. However, a capacitor, a capacitor, or the like may be used as the power storage element.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Power storage module 11 ... Power storage element group 12 ... Power storage element 13 ... Lead terminal 13A ... Positive electrode lead terminal 13B ... Negative electrode lead terminal 21 ... Holding member 27 ... Terminal fixing part 28 ... Electric wire lead-out part 30 ... Connection member 32B ... Terminal attachment hole (Mounting receiver)
37 ... Detection terminal 37A ... Area 37B, 37C ... Bent part 37B ... First bent part 37C ... Second bent part 37E ... Standing wall 38 ... Mounting protrusion 39 ... Electric wire connecting part 39A, 39B ... Barrel part 40 ... Cover 40A ... Front side cover 40B ... Back side cover W1 ... Detection wire W2 ... Wire Y ... Height

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  1. A power storage element group in which a plurality of power storage elements each having a positive electrode and a negative electrode lead terminal projecting from a side edge are arranged; a connection member that is welded and joined to the lead terminals to electrically connect the plurality of power storage elements; A detection terminal for detecting the state of the element,
    One of the detection terminal and the connecting member has an attachment protrusion that is attached to the other member, while the other member has an attachment receiving portion that receives the attachment protrusion,
    The detection terminal is an electric wire connection part to which an electric wire is connected;
    A power storage module, comprising: a bent portion that is provided between the electric wire connection portion and the attachment protrusion or the attachment receiving portion, and is arranged at a position away from the connection member.
  2. It is made of an insulating material and includes a holding member that holds the connection member,
    The power storage module according to claim 1, wherein the holding member includes a terminal fixing portion that fixes the electric wire connection portion of the detection terminal.
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