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5KWh 24V 200Ah LiFePO4 Lithium Battery Solar Energy Storage System
5KWh 24V 200Ah LiFePO4 Lithium Battery Solar Energy Storage System

5KWh 24V 200Ah LiFePO4 Lithium Battery Solar Energy Storage System

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Price for 1 Each: $2,250.00
Item ID:ECPC-5KWh-24V-200Ah-Battery-ESS

5KWh 24V 200Ah LiFePO4 Lithium Battery Solar Energy Storage System
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5KWh 24V 200Ah

LiFePO4 Lithium Battery

Solar Energy Storage System

24" * 17.5" * 8.5"

610 * 440 * 215mm

101 Lbs. / 46 Kg

 

10 Year Factory Warranty

45¢ a Watt

 

Click here for User Manual and Factory Warranty details.

 

Note: You must use an approved lithium recharging system to take advantage of the warranty. A standard automobile alternator is NOT a proper lithium battery recharging system.

 

MSDS INFORMATION

 

UL Approved

 

6000 Charge Cycle Life

 

Can be paralleled up to 14 each


Requires minimum of two units to run a 3 kW Inverter or larger.


Requires minimum of three units to run a 6 kW Inverter.


Paralleling requires an additional cable (not included).


Shipping Estimate*

 

(x1) ESS

(x2) ESS

(x3) ESS

(x4) ESS

(x5) ESS

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1

$260.00

$285.00

$310.00

$335.00

$360.00

2

$280.00

$330.00

$380.00

$430.00

$480.00

3

$300.00

$350.00

$400.00

$450.00

$500.00

4

$320.00

$380.00

$440.00

$600.00

$700.00


*For exact shipping cost, please send your complete address using our Contact Us form. Please also identify this storage system in the message field.

4 Stars
ESS' performing well.
The good: So far the product is performing really really well. Straight forward install. Products arrived imacually packaged, undamaged, charged well enough, and with all parts to correct and included. Despite cons below, they do seem to perform to specified capacity. The So-So: The terminals are actually Anderson connectors and not terminals. Not the ideal for efficiency, but easy install. Anderson terminals and RJ-45 interfaces collect every last little bit of dust and schmootz that falls on TOP of battery encclosure. No operations manual. What you see on this site is all you get. (No charge profile is concerning) No info on supported RS-485 or CAN Bus communications or supported inverters or software. Indicators of battery charge state (hopefully) gradually drift way off. I've cycled these ESS's about half a dozen times down below what should be 50% SoC. By cycle 3, the Victron BMV-712 showed 45% SoC, and the charge indicator on both ESS' incicated <20%. Charged to 29VDC, the systems only indicate ~75% charged (3 lights blinking). Overall: I'm dissapointed in the lack of documentation, and support trying to get basic charge and communication specs. That said? So far these things are quiet, appear very efficient, and were easy to install. Because I have no idea what's going on, they only get 3.5 stars for now. If I could get any sort of information to be able to see why the charge indicators seem so wildly off, I'd give these a 5 star and buy at least two more in a heartbeat.
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Reviewed by:  from Western US. on 8/10/2021
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