GREATPOWER Model B-Series - 24Volt, 1.5kW/40Ah to 5.12kW/200Ah, Lithium Power Pack
SHENZHEN GREATPOWER ENERGY CO., LTD.
Model B-Series - 24Volt 40~50~80~100~200Ah Lithium Power Pack
LiFeP04 batteries provide the safest and most reliable Lithium technology with consistent performance over wide temperature ranges. Seamless integration with state-of-the-art Battery Management System And 5-year warranty (6000 cycles)
Overcharge detection function
Over discharge detection function
Over current detection function
Short detection function
Features of LiFePO4 battery
Longer Cycle Life:Offers up to 20 times longer cycle life and，five times longer float /calendar life than lead acid battery, helping to minimise replacement cost and reduce total cost of ownership.
Lighter Weight:About 40% of the weight of a comparable leadacid battery. A 'drop in' replacement for lead acid batteries. Higher Power:Delivers twice power of lead acid battery ,even high discharge rate, while maintaining high energy capacity. Wider Temperature Range:-20℃~60℃. Superior Safety:Lithium Iron Phosphate chemistry eliminates the risk of explosion or combustion due to high impact, overcharging or short circuit situation. Increased Flexibility:Modular Design enables deployment of up to four batteries in series and up to ten battery in parallel.
Choosing a battery to suit your needs
When choosing a battery for your home, one of the first things to think about is how you want to use it. For example, you may want a battery to:
Use more of your solar energy instead of exporting power to the grid (saving more money).
Provide back-up power during a blackout. This may require special wiring by an electrical contractor, and if you plan to use your current system you may need a different inverter.
Save on grid electricity costs by buying and storing energy at off peak times (when the price is cheaper) and using the battery during peak periods (when electricity is more expensive).
Power your entire home (i.e. go off grid). If used together with a renewable energy source, batteries can provide power in remote areas where it is expensive to connect to the electricity grid or the electricity grid is not available.
Understanding how much electricity you use (and when you use it), the tariffs you are charged to buy electricity from the grid, and the size of your solar system will help determine how a battery might benefit you. Using this information, you and your installer can work out what size and type of battery is best to meet your needs.