Batteries are devices that consist of one or more cells, used to convert stored chemical energy into useful electrical energy.
Thanks to new technologies and cost productivity, new battery applications are emerging in many areas, such as electric vehicles and microgrids. Several chemistries are in use, including lithium-ion (li-ion), VRB (Vanadium Redox Battery or Flow Battery), zinc-based, lead acid, and sodium-sulphur (NaS). Battery performance varies typically in terms of power, capacity, lifetime (cycling tolerance, round trip efficiency, power density, and depth of discharge.
In order to qualify for inclusion in the battery category, a product must:
The PHI product line deep-cycle Lithium Ferro Phosphate (LFP) battery is optimized with proprietary cell architecture, power electronics, BMS and assembly methods. It is modular, lightweight and scalable. Provides power security and seamless integration of renewable and traditional sources of energy in conjunction with or independent of the grid: net zero, peak shaving, emergency back-up, portable and mobile.
Equipped with a 2.9-kWh lithium-ion battery, the POWER DEPO II is a stand-alone storage battery capable of powering information systems and household appliances over a long period of time during a power failure in disasters. The system is able to continue providing a stable power supply from its link with the photovoltaic generator.