AEG presents a high-voltage home battery



The German company AEG sells two versions of its new high-voltage batteries with a nominal capacity of 10 kWh and 15 kWh. They come with a 10-year warranty and are said to have a lifespan of over 6,000 cycles.

“The AEG High Voltage Battery is suitable for systems with a maximum system voltage of 1500 Vdc,” a company spokesperson said. pv magazine. “Enables up to four batteries to be connected in parallel, it offers maximum design flexibility for energy storage solar installations and allows to cover the needs of small residential buildings up to commercial installations.”

The German electrical equipment supplier offers new products in two versions, with nominal outputs of 10 kWh and 15 kWh. The smaller device measures 971 mm x 654 mm x 227 mm and weighs 105 kg. Its nominal voltage is 268.8 V, voltage range 235.2-294 V and charging voltage 240 V.

The larger battery measures 1205 mm x 654 mm x 227 mm and weighs 143 kg. Its nominal voltage is 384 V, voltage range 336-420 V and charging voltage 420 V.

The new batteries are IP65 rated and have a 10-year warranty. Their life cycle is said to be more than 6,000 cycles.

“The battery is designed for indoor use due to its sleek design and compact size,” the spokesperson said. “As a stand-alone plug-and-play solution, the robust construction is guaranteed for up to 6,000 cycles or 10 years, whichever comes first. It minimizes maintenance work.”

AEG currently distributes its high-voltage batteries in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, as well as in some Eastern European countries. However, according to it, the devices are certified for all major European jurisdictions.

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