Welcome to the future of solar and wind energy storage! Server rack-mounted "blade style" lithium-ion battery packs are a revolutionary new product type that provides a secure, reliable power source for your critical equipment. This blade-style battery system offers dedicated battery management circuitry, high voltage lithium battery cells, and a rack-mountable enclosure – all in one convenient and super-easy-to-install package.
When it comes to powering your home or business, lithium-ion rack-mounted batteries are an increasingly popular choice. This modular system offers reliable long-term storage with high capacity and rapid charge/discharge times. The high-efficiency cells are designed for optimal safety allowing for easy maintenance and scalability for future expansion - maximizing your potential for clean and abundant on- or off-grid power.Read more +
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|Pytes E-BOX-48100R 5.12kWh 100Ah 48V Lithium Solar Battery Pack Pytes Energy E-Box-48100R-C PYTEBOX48100R Pytes E-BOX-48100R 5.12kWh 100Ah 48V Lithium Solar Battery Pack||48 V||100 A-H||$1,699.00|
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You'll find answers to common questions about rack-mounted batteries below.
Rack-mount batteries (sometimes known as "blade batteries" or "blade style batteries") are the latest development in deep-cycle lithium ion battery storage. They are designed for parallel stacking in order to create high-capacity battery banks for power storage from renewable energy sources. These batteries are designed to be mounted directly onto a server style rack, providing power for your home's lights and appliances or your business operations in the event of a power failure or other outage.
Blade style batteries are designed specifically for rack-mounting and offer several benefits over traditional lithium solar batteries. They have dedicated battery management circuitry, allowing for more precise control over the batteries’ charge and discharge cycles. Additionally, the open nature of the server rack mounting design allows for plenty of natural ventilation to help keep the blade batteries well within their optimal operating temperature ranges.
Some rack-mount batteries feature closed loop communication, which allows them to report the status of their charge and discharge cycles back to the inverter. This allows the inverter to better manage its power usage and maximize its efficiency. Rack mount batteries are often warranted for 10 years and can last up to 20 years, making them a great long-term investment when a reliable uninterrupted power supply is needed.
Rack-mount batteries work just like other types of deep-cycle batteries, but they come in a broader, flatter, "blade" shape. Rack-mounted batteries offer higher kWh capacities and easy mounting onto server rack style enclosures, usually with just four screws or bolts. Additionally, rack-mount batteries are designed with a dedicated battery management system that allows the circuitry to monitor and control the battery to ensure it operates within safe parameters.
Rack mount batteries are paralleled by wiring from individual batteries to DC bus bars. Although other batteries are typically wired using battery-to-battery interconnecting cables, rack style batteries are not to be wired in this way.
When it comes to choosing the right server rack style battery for your needs, there are a few important factors to consider. First, you should understand the types of safety certifications the battery has. The best rack style batteries will have UL9540 certification with popular inverters as well as UL9540A certification. These UL certifications give you peace of mind knowing your energy storage system meets the highest levels of safety and that your project will be permitted without a hitch.
Next, consider the duration of the warranty. You'll want a battery that has a 10-year warranty.
To keep battery maintenance and troubleshooting to an absolute minimum, choose batteries with open or closed loop communication.