11.776kWh Battery shipping time around 30th Sep, free shipping for Pre-order
Here are a few pictures of systems from my customers
I converted this Food Truck a few weeks ago so they don't have to scream at the customers to be heard over the noise of the generator. They were able to do a double event last week and it lasted!
I made this rack to hold the batteries under the counter inside.
That little open cupboard bottom left is where i lived for half a day.
You can see the rack i built in the back before i had to disassemble it and rebuild it under the counter.
Me realizing how nicely this was going to fit while simultaneously remembering how warm confined spaces are in Hawaii, even in the winter XD
The server rack style battery was perfect dimensions for the corner under the counter and there is even space for a fourth on top if they want to expand. I countersunk everything and the batteries slid right in snugly. The local distributor didn't have the inverter we wanted so the conduit and wiring is left incomplete temporarily until the other one comes in.
This inverter although only a temporary unit, seems to work flawlessly. It's running various refrigeration units and even the AC, charging and bypassing when plugged in and switching automatically to battery when unplugged, and most importantly, negligible maintenance since the refrigeration must remain on 24/7.. Behold!, Transformer-less Inverters and LiFePO4 have arrived... and i think they might be dating.
I,ll post some updates later. Plans are to put 4 365w panels on top and the new inverter ASAP.
Hard To Believe this one Battery can replace all that lead
Customer DiY, 30kW Orient Power LiFePO4 / Sealed Lead Acid Rolls Royce Hybrid Battery Bank
What's in the Box?
20kW Customer DiY, Secret Closet. Several 3 year old batteries and a new one for fun.
8yo system upgrade from lead acid and old inefficient 24v equipment. Tucked away under a shelf, its got a cloth over it now but here's the money shot.
Low key upgrade to a 20yo system. This place had 15v panels with J-Boxes on the back, super old school. after testing all the strings and adding up the voltages it only came out to just barely over 120v, the minimum PV charge controller voltage for this inverter. I was skeptical it would charge but after combining them all into one long string, it tested out to 250v!
These new transformer-less inverter/chargers are not only dangerous af, but also efficient, powerful, and cheap.