KiloVault launches wall-mounted lithium-iron energy storage tech with HAB series

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KiloVault, a provider of innovative and affordable residential and commercial renewable energy solutions, this week unveiled the new HAB series of wall-mount energy storage systems. Designed for trouble-free mounting, the HAB provides a 7.5 kWh battery in a single unit. Up to 14 units can be wired in parallel to provide up to 3.3 mWh of storage per month.

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The HAB can sustain continuous charging at up to 120A, and continuous discharging up to 150A, with a peak discharge of 500A for up to 3 seconds. The HAB 7.5 can charge at temperatures between 32°F – 113°F, and discharge at an even greater range, from -4°F – 140°F.

Because lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) technology is neither subject to the thermal run-away issues that other lithium technologies may experience, nor the dangerous off-gassing associated with lead-acid batteries, a HAB is safe to store in your home or garage. This is an excellent and cost-effective way to keep your batteries sheltered, and at operating temperature. In addition, a HAB does not require regular watering, desulphating, or equalizing, making for an incredibly safe and low-maintenance battery.

The HAB series is compatible with any 48-volt inverter, and can store power from a variety of sources. Each HAB contains a non-toxic, thermally stable LiFePO4 battery with UL1642-certified cells.

With built-in WiFi and the convenient HAB iT app on iOS and Android, monitoring your battery health and performance is easier than ever. The HAB is designed for a long and productive life – after 4000 cycles at 80% depth-of-discharge, a HAB will retain 80% or more of its original 7.5kWh storage capacity. This means a lower cost/kWh cycle over the life of the system – giving customers the best value for their storage capacity investment. KiloVault backs the HAB with a 7.5-year warranty.

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