GSL Energy Released its Power Storage Brick Lifepo4 Lithium Battery

Publié le 29 sept. 2021
GSL Energy 
GSL Energy released its power storage brick, it is a battery that stores energy, detects outages and automatically becomes your home's energy source when the grid goes down. This system can be paired with the solar array which offers a perfect alternative to gasoline generators. It will keep up a reliable clean energy supply without upkeep, fuel or noise and reduce your reliance on the grid by storing your solar energy.

Scalable design

The system consists of individual battery bricks. Each of them with 165ah capacity providing 8.45kwh energy outputs, allowing to stack up to 15 bricks together, building up to 134.4kwh storage system.

Outstanding and functional features

This system can be charged both from solar arrays and from the grid power, offering versatile operation options. Each battery has an independent intelligent management system ensuring smart beneficent power supply. Pure sine wave output ensures low interference and seamless transition to back up power.

Easy installation and operation

Convenient plug-and-play design let you rest assured of a quick and trouble-free setup. Classic and elegant design of the product complements, and a wide variety of home decoration styles. This system is child and pet friendly with no exposed wires or hot parts.

GSL Energy chooses Lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery technology which offers a lot of advantages compared with other battery types. Mr. Jim Deng, CEO of GSL Energy said, "We use phosphates rather than cobalt to avoid environmental concerns, lower the possibilities of thermal runaway because of improper disposal, and save the production cost as well. Compared with other products in the market now, this kind of product experiences a lower rate of capacity loss."

Source: GSL Energy
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