LG Chem RESU10 lithium battery

Friday, 12 May, 2017 | Supplied by: LG Chem Energy Solution Company

LG Chem provides home owners with the ability to power their homes throughout peak electricity times, even after the sun has set, with the RESU10 lithium battery.

Charging the battery throughout the day, using electricity generated from solar panels, enables appliances to be used during the evening. The system can also supply backup power to homes during periods of inclement weather or blackouts, providing users with full energy independence.

Offering 9.8 kWh of energy capacity, and compatibility with a wide range of hybrid inverters, the product offers an alternative energy solution to Australia and New Zealand. The system is also expandable, with the potential to increase the system by a further 3.3, 6.5 or 9.8 kWh of energy.

A lightweight and slim design (48 x 45 x 23 cm) makes the battery easy to install in a variety of locations around the home, with fast installation times. The compact design also offers home owners increased energy density, with a steady flow of self-consumption and backup power ability.

With its sleek design, the battery seamlessly integrates with its surroundings and adds aesthetic appeal to areas other systems are too large to fit, such as garages, utility rooms and exterior walls. Specifically designed for energy storage applications, the RESU range complies to the strictest international lithium standards.

Online: www.lgesspartner.com
Phone: 0011 82 2 3773 2328
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