PowerRouter Solar Battery New
Optimize use of self-generated solar energy with Li-ion batteries
Li-ion is a new battery technology offering high energy density, high efficiency and long life expectancy. Combining this new technology with the PowerRouter Solar Battery, increases the self-use of your generated solar energy even further. Resulting in lower overall cost of ownership. Just connect the solar panels, lithium-ion batteries, loads and grid to the PowerRouter and use your generated energy instantly, store it or feed it back to the grid.
• available in 5.0 kW and 3.7 kW versions• integrated 48 Vdc Li-ion battery manager• 2 fully independent MPP trackers • high number charge/discharge cycles• deep discharge • high efficiency• compact, low-weight battery technology
The consumption in most households occurs in the evening, while most solar energy is generated during the day.
Therefore solar energy which is not used directly needs to be stored for later use. With the new PowerRouter
with Li-ion battery technology excess solar energy is stored efficiently. The more self-generated energy you use
yourself (optimization of up to 70%), the less dependent you are on the grid and rising energy prices.
integrated 48Vdc Li-ion battery manager
The major advantage of these batteries is that they have a longer life expectancy (more cycles)
and are more efficient than conventional batteries. This results in a lower cost of ownership (costs
Switch on additional loads when there is a surplus of solar energy and the batteries are ful y charged. This
al ows the self-use percentage to be increased even more instead of feeding it back to grid.
monitor & manage
By connecting the PowerRouter to the internet via the integrated internet connection, you can access detailed
system information (e.g. performance, consumption, solar yield and battery status). The PowerRouter can even
be remotely updated with new software and functions, so changes can be made to the system easily and it
always remains up to date.
Specifications PowerRouter Solar Battery Li-ion*
Continuous output power at 40 °C (P nom)
1 (DE: 0.9 ind. … 0.9 cap. adjustable)
180-264 Vac 45-55 Hz (limited by local anti-islanding regulations)
230 Vac ± 2%, 50 Hz ± 0.2%, true sine wave <3% THD, single phase
included: for feed-in control and energy consumption monitoring
optional: for energy consumption monitoring
2 provided, NO/NC, 250 Vac, 1 A, 24 Vdc, 5 A
electronic, at max. charge current, switch off <1 sec
A list of suitable batteries is available on request
Operating Temperature Range (full power)
-10 °C to +50 °C (derating from 40 °C)
EN 55014-1, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 61000-6-3
VDE 0126.1.1, G83/1(UK), RD1663/2000(ESP), DK5940 E.d. 2.2, CEI 0-21 pending
(IT) (check www.PowerRouter.com for complete overview)
five years (optional: extension to ten years)
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice Copyright 2012
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