US startup Zendure has announced a new plug-and-play residential storage system with semi-solid state batteries for household backup power, mobile living, and portable EV charging applications.
The SuperBase V 6400 (SBV) measures 73 cm x 34.6 cm x 44.2 cm, including its real wheels, and weighs in at 59 kg (130 lbs). The semi-solid state Satellite battery B6400 measures 69 cm x 28.5 cm x 27.4 cm and weights in at 46 kg (101 lbs).
The battery pack, according to the manufacturer, contains 42% more energy than lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries.
One SBV unit has a storage capacity of 6.438 kWh and can be scaled with up to four battery modules, reaching a capacity of 32 kWh. Two SBV units can be chained together to reach up to 64 kWh capacity. The energy storage system can operate at temperatures ranging from -20 C to 45 C and has a 3,000-cycle life.
The company is launching versions of the system for the US and European markets, with different inputs and outputs. The US version has a maximum 1,800 W output at 120V, and of 3,800 W at 240V. The European version has a maximum 3,680 W output at 230V, and of 1,725 W at 115 V. Both versions also feature car and EV, inputs, as well as solar input up to 3,000 W. The system can be charged at up to 6,600 W.
The company claims a zero-millisecond backup power activation, with a zero-downtime Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) during blackouts.
The SuperBase V has its global launch on September 2 to 6 at the IFA 2022, at Berlin ExpoCenter City.
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It’s exciting to see a USA based company doing this , Yhankyou so much !
Can the battery supply enough power for a commercial laundry washing machones?
Are you in the US or Europe?
Yes. But for a limited period that is dependent on the battery capacity and output. The more batteries the better. As it’s modular it can be scaled to cope. But it will be expensive to spec a system capable of running machines all day. And then you have to re charge the batteries. And if you want to do this cleanly with solar you will need a large solar array from 1 to 5kW. Here in UK solar is about £1.3 per kW to buy. Prices are falling though!
Wow, sounds awsome.so tell me does that supply enough power for the avg American home for how long?
If one uses it on daily bases, how many hours can it carry household appliances before recharging? How many years can it last before the battery is completely used up? What shall we do with the battery at this point.
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