The primary use of these energy storage systems is for the storage of excess generated solar energy (PV) or energy from the grid (Utility provider) for the purpose of either self-consumption or backup during grid failures later. In the event of a grid failure, the stored energy will be converted from DC to AC and utilized by means of a suitable and compatible Energy Dock energy systems.
There are four batteries in our ES 12V range with varying capacities to suit your requirements ie: 640Wh, 1024 Wh, 1280Wh and 1920Wh. To download the summary of the technical specifications of the ES 12V range, please click HERE.
There are three batteries in the ES 24V range, also with varying capacities ie 1280Wh, 2560Wh and 5120Wh. To download the summary of the technical specifications of the ES 24V range, please click HERE.
The LiFePO4 battery is one of the most stable forms of lithium-iron technologies available for this specific purpose. The LiFePO4 battery uses lithium-iron-derived chemistry and shares many advantages and disadvantages with other lithium-iron battery chemistries. However, there are significant differences. Lithium iron phosphate chemistry offers a longer cycle life than other lithium-ion approaches. One important advantage over other lithium-ion chemistries is thermal and chemical stability, which improves battery safety.
With a Specialized Solar Systems (SSS) custom-designed and intelligent BMS with CANbus (battery monitoring system), the health of the battery is automatically maintained from the charging cycle, right through to the discharging floor level State of Charge(SOC) within the various parameters from the battery cell supplier in order to ensure the optimal lifespan, safety, and warranty.