Our low-voltage batteries store clean energy from the sun and wind.
Low-Voltage Solar Storage Batteries (LVE)
Our Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries (LiFePO4) from the LVE series are cobalt-free, allowing for highly efficient conversion and off-grid power supply functions.
- Capacity: 10 to 30 kWh
- Compatible with various inverters from Deye, MEGAREVO, invt, senergy, solis, and more
- Rated voltage: 51.2V
- Guaranteed lifespan (10,000 cycles)
- 12 years warranty
Frequently Asked Questions about Energy Storage:
Do you want to retrofit your existing solar system with an energy storage solution?
Adding an energy storage system to your solar installation makes sense when you want to consume more of the self-generated electricity. In general, AC-coupled storage systems are best suited for retrofitting. The reason for this is the straightforward connection through a battery inverter to the solar inverter. In most cases, there is no need to modify the wiring, and the energy storage system operates seamlessly.
Do you want to purchase an energy storage system as a complete package with a solar installation?
To dimension the solar installation with an energy storage system according to your needs and requirements, we are happy to provide further guidance. In general, it is advisable to use a DC-capable storage system with a new solar installation, as they are typically more efficient than AC-coupled storage systems.
1-phase or 3-phase, what is the main difference?
Energy storage systems can release the stored electricity back to the household grid on either one or three phases. 1-phase energy storage systems can easily power all household consumers but have a limited discharge capacity, whereas, 3-phase energy storage systems can also operate high-power consumers like stoves, electric cars, or heat pumps without any issues, as they can deliver more power on 3 phases compared to one.
How are energy storage systems connected to the solar installation (AC and DC storage)?
There are two ways to connect the storage system to the solar installation: the AC and DC options. In an AC storage system, electricity generated by the PV panels goes into the PV inverter, where it is transformed into household-standard electricity and made available for use. The AC storage system is connected to the PV inverter through a separate storage inverter, usually available as an independent unit. When there is enough power available for charging, the PV inverter directs the electricity into the storage system. A DC storage system is connected directly after the solar installation, before the electricity flows into the PV inverter. The advantage is that the electricity doesn't need to be converted separately on its way to the storage system, as is the case with AC storage. This means that DC storage systems typically achieve a higher level of efficiency.