New EnergyCell TT Batteries

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New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by Jorge Guzman » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:01 pm

We are excited to introduce a new battery addition to our energy storage portfolio. The EnergyCell TT (Top Terminal 106 and 117Ah c/100 batteries)

The EnergyCell TT battery is built with virgin lead-alloy grids technology minimizing corrosion and maximizing life expectancy. These batteries are tolerant to extreme operating temperatures compared to general purpose VRLA AGM batteries.
  • Ideal use for backup or light duty cycling applications
    500 cycles @ 50% DoD @ 25°C
    Advanced AGM technology provides high capacity retention for non-temperature controlled applications
    12 year standby life at 25°C
    12 month shelf life at 25°C
    BCI Group sizes 27 and 31 available
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http://outbackpower.com/products/energy ... rgycell-tt
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Re: New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by raysun » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:06 pm

Is this battery meant primarily for standby (float) service?

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Re: New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by Jorge Guzman » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:09 pm

Recommended applications are standby with light duty cycling
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Re: New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by Mike Curran » Thu Jul 23, 2020 4:32 pm

For a 24 volt system like mine, or in fact for any system, if you adhered to the "no more than 2 batteries in parallel" maxim, then the max C20 would only be 200Ah. That's not a lot...
http://www.tigoenergy.com/site.php?95b2dca2-ca6c
https://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/public/systems/Hctc107221

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Re: New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by Jorge Guzman » Thu Jul 23, 2020 4:39 pm

We also offer batteries with higher capacities for applications that require more energy.
This top terminal offering would be best for smaller energy needs such as cabins, mobile, lighting or small back up, as an example.

We are excited to introduce a top terminal, smaller capacity and economical option into our energy storage portfolio. An options that we were missing.
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My RE system: Outback - Garage roof:
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- 6 (2×3) ALEO S79-300's into one FM80 (2017)
- 2 grid-tied GVFX3524's classic stacked for 120/240VAC (2007)
- 12 Surrette/Rolls 2V x 1766Ah (2007)
- Hub10.3, Mate3s, FNDC, RTS, OpticsRE. Tigo Energy ES maximizers on each PV module.

Westinghouse Solar - Barn roof: (2012)
- 30 (2x15) 235W panels with Enphase M215 microinverters, grid-tied

Outback Skybox - Barn roof: (2019)
- 14 Talesun 275W in series (DC array input to SB inverter/charger)
- 3 SimpliPhi 3.8 batteries, 48V, 225Ah total
- AC coupled input (manual switch during grid outage only) from 14 Talesun 275W,
Enphase M215 microinverters, normally direct grid tied

All self-designed and self-installed
Location: Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Re: New EnergyCell TT Batteries

Post by Mike Curran » Thu Jul 23, 2020 4:47 pm

Thanks, Jorge. They are inexpensive, I'll grant you that. - Mike
http://www.tigoenergy.com/site.php?95b2dca2-ca6c
https://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/public/systems/Hctc107221

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