PowerRouter Solar Battery
for UPS backup (on-grid) or off gridPR50SB-PR/S24
kW amount: 5.0 kW, 3.7 kW, 3.0 kW
The PowerRouter is designed to make you energy self-sufficient. This compact, all-in-one system provides a stable power supply in areas where the grid is unreliable and in remote locations without a grid connection.
- available in 5.0kW, 3.7kW and 3.0kW versions
- integrated intelligent Battery Manager
- compatible with all modern PV technologies, including thin film
- 2 fully independent MPP-trackers (except 3.0 kW version)
- Uninterupted Power Supply (UPS) within 20 ms switch over time
- integrated remote monitoring & management
- optional remote monitoring via GSM modem
- compact, easy to install, all-in-one system
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
In areas where the power grid is unreliable and unstable, this PowerRouter provides a stable power source by making use of solar energy and energy from the batteries. When the grid fails, the PowerRouter switches over to "island mode" and the user obtains uninterrupted power from self-generated solar energy or the batteries in an optimal balance.
Self-sufficient without grid connection - off grid applications
In remote areas without a grid connection, this PowerRouter serves as a stable power source, using solar energy and stored energy. The integrated Battery Manager ensures that loads continue running even when the sun is not shining.
Intelligent battery manager
The integrated Battery Manager will select optimum charging conditions. It will keep the connected batteries charged to an optimal level at all times, with a 3-stage adaptive of fl oat charging protocol. Optimum charging conditions, damage prevention and accurate battery status information is guaranteed by an integrated shunt, temperature sensor and voltage compensation.
Grid export limiter (on grid)
If there is not enough solar power to charge batteries or keep the loads running, the PowerRouter uses power from the grid. When the batteries are fully charged, the PowerRouter feeds excessive power back into the grid. In some situations it is not allowed or it is more interesting not feeding excessive power back into the grid. In this case, the PowerRouter can be set in such a way that it limits or disables feeding energy to the grid.
Switch on additional loads when there is a surplus of solar energy and the batteries are fully charged. This allows the self-use percentage to be increased instead of feeding it back to the grid or derate solar production.