655 Wh SimpliPhi PHI 655 Smart-Tech LFP Battery System

655 Wh SimpliPhi PHI 655 Smart-Tech LFP Battery System

655 Wh SimpliPhi PHI 655 Smart-Tech LFP Battery System

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    SimpliPhi 655-Wh Smart-Tech LFP Battery System

    The PHI 655 Smart-Tech is a 655Wh battery system from Sipliphi Power. It has a max. output capacity of 60Amps. The cell technology its using is Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) with exclusive BMS system, efficient cell architect and robust assembly methods. It is highly reliable, lightweight and scalable. It 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 and mobile.

    Some key Features:

    • Comes with proprietary architecture and Battery Management System (BMS)
    • Compatible with all industry standard inverter/charge controllers
    • Drop in replacement for lead acid
    • LFP is the safest, most environmentally benign Lithium Ion chemistry available—no risk of thermal runaway or fire
    • No AC or toxic liquid cooling—negligible parasitic drain —long cycle life
    • Non-toxic and non-hazardous recyclable materials
    • Approved CA SGIP Advanced Energy Storage (AES) rebate program supplier

    Specifications

    Battery Voltages : 12V/24V
    Cell Type: Lithium Iron Phosphate
    Dimensions: 11.25 x 5.25 x 6.25 inches
    Peak Efficiency : 98%
    Technology: LFP With BMS
    Warranty: 10 Years
    C/20 Capacity: 655Wh
    Certifications: UL and CE listed, UN/DOT and RoHS
    Operating Temperature: -4° to 140°F (-20° to 60°C)
    SKU: BT-PHI-655-ST
    Voltage: 12V/24V
    Weight: 16.2 lbs (7.35 kg)

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