SolarMax MaxStorage TP-S: modular energy storage system
Since the product was first presented at Intersolar Europe 2016, the company has incorporated several improvements suggested by its customers before this market launch. The three-phase system solution MaxStorage from SolarMax unites a lithium-ion storage battery, a self-learning energy management system and a seven-kilowatt SolarMax 7TP2 inverter in one housing.
Thanks to its modular design it is always possible to retrofit a DC converter and battery pack, whereby the rated capacity of each battery module is 2.3 kilowatt-hours. Up to a total of four batteries can be added, enabling a rated capacity of up to 9.2 kilowatt-hours.
A bidirectional DC/DC booster ensures high efficiencies. The integrated MaxWeb XPN data logger regulates the energy flow and adjusts it to suit energy needs and availability. SolarMax continuously monitors the battery status, thus guaranteeing high availability. The model is supplied with numerous interfaces. These include LAN, RS485, Modbus, KNX and an interface for direct marketing. Compared with the prototype that SolarMax introduced at last year’s Intersolar Europe, the new system is now much more compact and can be quickly and easily installed by one person alone. Intersolar visitors will find SolarMax in Hall B3, stand number 550. (nhp)
More useful information about energy storage systems: http://www.pveurope.eu/News/Energy-Storage/Energy-storage
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