Shanghai-based battery manufacturer Soluna has unveiled a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery for applications in residential buildings with a high consumption profile and in commercial and industrial buildings.
“The new Soluna HV 20K will supply the total capacity at 20kWh, with 95% depth of discharge (DoD) at 10 years warranty,” the company said in a statement, noting that the device can be combined in a 4-unit configuration and reach a capacity of 80 kWh.
With four batteries installed in parallel, DC power can reach up to 200 A, and with a power system of 10 kW, the battery has the ability to charge and discharge at 50 A.
The battery measures 1289x625x252 mm and has a weight of 200 kg. Its voltage is 204.8 V and the operating temperature ranges from -10 to 50 Celsius degrees. Performance is guaranteed for over 6,000 cycles.
“With the latest WI-FI technology and monitoring system, Soluna will provide a better and quicker after-service platform for distributors and installers,” the manufacturer said.
The battery will be available for sale starting from Q1 2022.
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If these are capable of operating at -10C the cells must be Yttrium Doped, so that eliminates certain brannds of cells. It would be nice to know more of the technical specs including Inverter Output (what Voltages & Frequencies).
Suggestion for PV Mag.
A “HUGE” Number of people are looking at Battery Solutions which I think should be pretty obvious but alas, there is no comprehensive listing of what is available & where…
On-Grid coupled, Off-Grid, Hybrid, with Inverter & SCC or Not (supply own AIO or Other). Sadly some people think that a Tesla PowerWall is all there is and that is just wrong….
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