Bluetti’s portfolio currently includes only energy storage systems and power stations. The manufacturer will soon market its first balcony power plant, which can optionally be connected to a power storage system. This allows solar energy to be stored and used when needed.
The balcony power plant market is currently gaining momentum. Anker recently introduced the Solix RS50B, a new balcony power plant with a total output of 1,080 watts. Also, more and more manufacturers are offering storage systems that can be used to store electricity generated during the day. These include EcoFlow with PowerStream and Zendur (experimental) with SolarFlow systems. still brings bluety To run its own balcony power plant, which optionally has its own Power storage There is nothing known about the release or cost yet, but a teaser on the website already reveals the specifications.
Bluetti EB55 Powerstation mit 537 Wh
die EB55 (Buy Here) One of the cheapest power stations from Bluetooth. It can be used to store up to 537 Wh and the output power is 700 watts per AC. The storage is also as big as a shoe box.
Classic glass modules or flexible solar panels
Apparently it will include the balcony power plant With classic glass modules or flexible panels However, nothing is known about the respective performance of the modules so far. Flexible should only have “a lower output than glass solar modules”. Both panel types are IP68 water resistant and can withstand winds up to 37 m/s (133.2 km/h). There is a D100S solar charge controller with integrated dual MPPT and a A80 inverter With 600 watts of power. However, the power can be increased to 800 watts if the legal situation permits.
Energy saving up to 4.3 kWh
The balcony power plant optionally has a power storage unit that can store up to 4.3 kWh of energy (2x B210 batteries). The way it works is identical to other available systems: the generated electricity is not fed directly to the grid, but is first passed through a storage system. A part of the energy is stored here so that it can be used later. According to Blutti, the system will pay for itself after about six years.
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