New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

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Jorge Guzman
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New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

Post by Jorge Guzman » Fri Oct 04, 2019 10:01 am

We are exited to introduce a new battery addition to our energy storage portfolio. The EnergyCell 1000XLC (High Capacity Lead Carbon)

The EnergyCell XLC battery system incorporates time-saving modular design. The integrated cabinet with a XLC provides a cost effective solution for all users saving over 40% of installation time compared to a traditional rack. Proven lead-acid VRLA technology, combined with enhanced carbon additives, make it one of the safest batteries in the market. The EnergyCell XLC is unparalleled in performance backed up by a 10-year full replacement warranty.

1000XLC Offering:
  • 48V System VRLA AGM Carbon
    3800 cycles @ 50% DoD at 25°C
    17 year standby life at 25°C
    10 year standard full replacement warranty
    Integrated cabinet with modular racking assembly

In stock - Available now!

For more information visit:
http://outbackpower.com/products/energy ... gycell-xlc
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Re: New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

Post by anduhar » Mon May 25, 2020 6:38 am

Is this enclosure for exterior use?

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Re: New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

Post by pss » Mon May 25, 2020 10:49 am

Wow, 958 amps, over 4400 pounds. My 32 Trojans T105 weigh 2080 pounds. Looks like a nicely wrapped, expensive power storage system.

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Re: New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

Post by EA6LE-ONE » Mon May 25, 2020 2:49 pm

Nice stats.

I found the cheapest price for it about 18k.

I got the 2700RE for 23.5K (was 24K at the time listed online) but now I see it went up in price, about 28K.

Now the question is: which one will last better? The 1000XLC or 2700RE which is 2.7 times bigger?

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Re: New EnergyCell 1000XLC Battery System

Post by SandyP » Mon May 25, 2020 5:25 pm

EA6LE-ONE wrote:
Mon May 25, 2020 2:49 pm
Now the question is: which one will last better? The 1000XLC or 2700RE which is 2.7 times bigger?
As far as "lifetime", the Outback datasheets state :

2700RE : 1800 cycles @ 50% depth of discharge (ie 5 years)

1000XLC : 3800 cycles @ 50% DoD at 25°C (10 years)

As far as a "Daily" DoD your REs' will last longer.

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