Growatt introduces the LFP solar generator for portable, off-grid use



Growatt is taking pre-orders for the Infinity 1300, a lithium iron phosphate battery with a lifespan of over 3,000.

The Infinity 1300 includes 14 DC and AC outlets and features bi-directional inverter technology. It can be controlled via the SmartGro app.

Optional 200W solar panels are available off-grid, and four can be connected for 800W charging. The foldable panels are made of monocrystalline silicon solar cells and have an ETFE fluorine-based plastic material that makes them weatherproof. The waterproof rating of the modules is IP67, which means that the International Electrotechnical Commission has determined that the unit can be dropped into water up to a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes.

The generator is designed for portable use. At 16.5 x 9.1 x 11.3 inches it weighs less than 19.5 kg. Its optimum operating temperature is 68 F to 86 F. The system incorporates Growatt’s Battery Management System (BMS) technology and also has UPS functionality and multi-unit expansion.

Growatt says it is taking pre-orders for its Infinity 1300 solar generator now through April 30 on its official website.

In December, Growatt announced a lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery for residential and commercial rooftop applications. The storage capacity of the APX HV battery is 5 kWh with one battery module and up to 30 kWh with six modules. The maximum parallel expansion of the system is 60 kWh.

Last year, Growatt introduced the Infinity 1500 solar generator, which has a battery capacity of 1,554 Wh and an AC output of 2,000 W. According to the manufacturer, it can supply about 95% of outdoor and household appliances, and 12 outlets are available for various needs. The device can be charged with up to four series-connected 24 V solar panels or 12 V solar panels.

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