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PHI 2.7 kWh LO-PROFILE Lithium Battery

PHI 2.7 kWh LO-PROFILE Lithium Battery

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Part Number:PHI 2.7 LO-PROFILE

simpliphi power PHI 2.7™ LO-PROFILE BATTERY


The PHI 2.7™ kWh 60 Amp deep-cycle Lithium Ferro Phosphate (LFP) battery is optimized with proprietary cell architecture, power electronics, BMS and manufacturing methods. It is modular, lightweight and scalable for installations that range from kWh to MWh. Provides power security and seamless integration of renewable and traditional sources of energy in conjunction with or independent of the grid: net zero, peak shaving, emergency back-up, portable & mobile.

Description

  • Anderson 200 Amp PowerMod Quick Connect
  • 24V and 48V LFP batteries with proprietary architecture and Battery Management System (BMS)
  • Compatible with all industry standard inverter/charger controllers
  • Drop in replacement for lead acid
  • LFP is the safest, most environmentally benign Lithium Ion chemistry available
  • No AC or toxic liquid cooling—negligible parasitic drain—long cycle life
  • Non-toxic and non-hazardous recyclable materials

Specifications

PHI 2.6 Lo-ProfileTM24V48V
DC Voltages – Nominal25.651.2
Amp Hours10552
Rated Wh Capacity @ C/22.7 kWh2.7 kWh
Max Output Capacity60 Amps60 Amps
Max Contin. Charge Current45 Amps25 Amps
Max Contin. Disch. Current45 Amps25 Amps
DC Voltage Range120 to 28.840 to 57.6
Depth of Discharge1up to 100%up to 100%
Operating Efficiency98%98%
Operating Temp1-4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)-4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
Charge Temp132° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)32° to 120°F (0° to 49°C)
Self-Discharge Rate<1% loss per month<1% loss per month
Cycle Life10,000+10,000+
Memory EffectNoneNone
Warranty Period10 Years10 Years
Dimensions17.5 x 14 x 5 inches17.5 x 14 x 5 inches
Weight61 lbs (27.7 kg)61 lbs (27.7 kg)

 
1. Max operating conditions. Refer to Warranty for recommended conditions.

All specifications listed are typical/nominal and subject to change without notice.

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