Because the local power facilities are not stable enough, it is a common occurrence for residents here to be unable to use electricity for a period of time from time to time. Almost every family and unit will reserve an emergency power system to prevent necessary use during power outages.
Jim has been in contact with energy storage systems since he was a child. In his opinion, systems have different functions from small to large. He saw the energy storage system for the first time when he was a guest at a friend's house. A few weeks later, a battery from the friend's house was brought to his house. He did a holistic analysis of the principles of energy efficiency to match his own family's needs.
At first, Jim confirmed that a day's household electricity consumption is about 8.3 kilowatt-hours, and the electrical appliances used include air conditioners, refrigerators, lighting, fans, TVs, etc. He wants to configure an energy storage system that can store electricity for 2 days. The configuration information was quickly fed back. Eight batteries were connected in parallel with a single battery for energy storage of 2.5 kilowatt-hours, and an inverter was used to convert electric energy with an 11KW photovoltaic panel.