Balcony power plants can help meet part of your own electricity needs. However, the system can only generate electricity during the day. With a storage system, excess electricity can be stored so that it can be accessed in the evening. Discounter Netto recently started offering a corresponding storage device for this purpose.
The retailer has added a power storage device to its range, the Maxxicharge from Maxxisun. Memory consumption with control units 1.394 euros, so that this version can store a maximum of 1,536 Wh. There is also for this 2.794 euros A model with 5,367 Wh. The devices can currently be pre-ordered at the discounter’s online shop. Deliveries are expected to begin on March 1, 2024.
Electricity storage with heating function
Compared to conventional models, the memory has some additional functions. Maxxicharge has an integrated heating function to keep the battery cells at operating temperature A sensor It detects when the temperature drops below 0 degrees Celsius and starts the heating process. For this purpose, heating uses generated electricity. This is to prevent performance degradation due to low temperatures.
Zero feed-in: nothing ends up in the power grid
Another special feature is this Nulleinspeisung. The storage can communicate with in-house electricity meters using the included Maxxicharge CCU control unit and the Poweropti energy management system from Powerfox. With zero feed-in, all electricity generated is tried to be used. As little energy as possible should be fed into the public grid.
A list of all Compatible electricity meter Available on the manufacturer’s website. If you don’t have a corresponding meter, you can buy one using a Shelley 3-phase meter. He can about this Maxicharge CCU Connect via WiFi. However, installing such a device requires an electrician.
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