|Rated Energy Capacity (Watt-Hours)
|DC Voltage Nominal
|Nominal Amp-Hour Capacity
|Optimal Charger/Inverter Settings
||Bulk/Absorption: 56 V
Float: NA (2-stage-no-float for charging cycle)
Low Voltage Cut-Off: 48.2V
Equalization: Disable. Do not use. (Battery will shut down into protection mode)
|Maximum Battery Cut-Off Voltage
|Minimum Battery Cut-Off Voltage
|Max Continuous Charge Current*
|Max Continuous Discharge Current*
|Peak Discharge Current (<3 secs)
||Charging: 32 - 113°F (0 - 45°C)
Discharging: -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
||-4 to 110° F (-20° C to 45° C)
||6000 (80% DoD)
|Battery Management System
||BMS firmware and hardware have been updated to allow V2 and V3 versions to be used with V4, if expansion is needed.
||Wireless on-site detailed battery status monitoring
||Integrated HAB to Inverter Modbus communications w RJ45 on both ends of cable using the RS-485 standard.
Integrated HAB to HAB
CAN bus communications w RJ45 on both ends of cable.
||≤3% per month
*Only achieved if HAB is put to sleep by pressing down the power button for 10 seconds, otherwise standard shutdown can cause self-discharge to be as high as 9% per month
||14 batteries in parallel
||All versions of HABs can communicate with each other, as long as they are updated with the latest firmware versions. (*V1 updates can not be done over internet so please call in to have special update kit sent).
Conditions: When adding in parallel configuration to an older bank, the newest HAB version must be the leader. HAB Communication Cable is required.
|Max Time Between Charges
(L x W x H)
|9.5" x 22.5" x 32"
||IP54 with vented plates
IP55 with solid plates
||Unit Certified ETL to UL Standard 1973;
UL1642; UN38.3; IEC62619; OSHA
18001/ISO45001; ISO 9001/1400