The solar battery package consists of the following components:
- Charge controller: The charge controller is responsible for charging and discharging batteries. Its primary purpose is to prevent overcharging or deep discharge, which could damage the battery. In addition, when a power outage occurs or during maintenance work, this component allows you to disconnect your batteries from the grid. You can choose different chargers depending on your needs (for example, micro-inverters require an MPPT type).
- Battery rack and grounding ring: The battery rack is of metal bars welded together to hold several batteries simultaneously. If you want more information on installing it check out our blog post on solar battery package! The grounding ring is a reference point when installing your panels onto your roof so they will get perfectly horizontal when facing south (or north-facing if you live in the southern hemisphere). When there are two racks side by side, ensure they are perfectly aligned so they can share one familiar grounding ring between them!
- Batteries AC switch-disconnector in case of a failure of the DC switch-disconnector: The Fusion batteries protect against overvoltage/overheating and overcurrent/overcharging. A fuse, a circuit breaker and an isolation relay with a thermal switch.
The battery pack consists of the following components:
The Fusion batteries pack consists of the following features:
- Charge controller.
- Battery rack and grounding ring.
- Fusion batteries: The nominal voltage is 12 V, and the capacity of each battery depends on its type and size. But the range is between 100 Ah and 600 Ah (1 kWh). This set can get built up with different types of batteries, such as lead-acid or lithium ion batteries. The choice should get based on cost per unit storage capacity, life expectancy, environmental impact and availability in your region or country. To learn more about different kinds of batteries.
You may ask, “Why do I need a charge controller?” The answer is simple: it keeps your battery from being overcharged, which would damage it. The charge controller does this by disconnecting the battery from the solar battery package panels when it senses that there is no more power to be harvested from them. Also, if you’re using batteries to store solar energy for later use (and we hope you are!), you’ll want a charge controller because they prevent overcharging your batteries.
In other words, they keep everything happy and healthy!
Battery rack and grounding ring:
The battery rack and grounding ring are two components that support the foundation of your solar battery package system. The battery rack is a metal structure that holds the batteries in place, while the grounding ring connects the battery’s negative terminal to a grounding system. Batteries must get connected in a series, with positive terminals connected and negative terminals connected.
Batteries AC switch-disconnector in case of a failure of the DC switch-disconnector:
The AC switch-disconnector uses to disconnect the battery from the PV system. In case of a failure of the DC switch-disconnector. The AC switch-disconnector must get installed in a separate enclosure. It must also get installed according to electrical codes and standards.
The battery rack holds the batteries in place, while the grounding ring connects the battery’s negative terminal to a grounding system. Fusion batteries must get connected in a series, with positive and negative terminals connected is essential to note that the AC switch-disconnector can get used as a backup in case of failure of the DC switch-disconnector. However, it cannot be used as a primary disconnection device for the PV system because it does not provide overcurrent protection.
The protection against overvoltage/overheating and overcurrent/overcharging.
When the solar battery package system gets connected to the load, a fuse and a circuit breaker are automatically triggered to disconnect the design. A fuse, circuit breaker and an isolation relay with a thermal switch. Which also protects against overvoltage/overheating and overcurrent/overcharging.
If the battery(s) gets located outside, protective covers must get used to protecting against snow and rain.
If the battery(s) gets located outside, protective covers must get used to protecting against snow and rain. The protective cover for the battery must get waterproof, dustproof and have a good seal. Animals or other elements must not damage the surface.
The Fusion batteries should also get protected from strong winds as these can cause the acid in batteries to spill out.
The solar battery package protects against possible accidents that may harm some of your solar components.
The solar battery package protects against possible accidents that may harm some of your solar components. It gets equipped with a battery isolator, which allows you to connect a deep-cycle battery and a lithium iron phosphate battery in parallel, thus maximizing their capacity. Your panels will always be able to charge or discharge as needed. In addition, even if there is no load on your system (for example, when you’re away), it will not remove too much power into the Fusion batteries because the isolator prevents it from doing so; the same goes for charging: if you don’t need energy (e.g., after sunset) then no extra energy gets wasted into emptying your batteries during those hours when they’re not being utilized and instead recharging them fully again once they’ve been used up during daylight hours later on. This also means fewer maintenance costs since less time will get spent topping off all those dead cells inside each of those large lead acid units!
The next component we’ll look at is called an MPPT controller—or maximum power point tracker—and its job is converting DC power coming from
The key to a successful solar battery package system is finding the right balance between the energy you need and the size of your solar array.
This post will help you do just that!