BLUETTI Unveils Modular Energy Storage System EP600 & B500 at IFA 2022
BLUETTI showed off its latest innovations at IFA, Berlin, including the AC500+B300S combo, AC200 series, and the long-rumored solar system-EP600+B500, which is a three-phase system that features a 6kVA inverter and maximum 79kWh LFP battery capacity.
September 24, 2022. By News Bureau
Ever since the launch of AC300+B300 system in 2021, BLUETTI has started to make their premium solar power systems modular, bringing extraordinary versatility and flexibility. The latest EP600 and B500 inherit this fine tradition.
The modular design of EP600 significantly shrinks the overall weight and size. It is packed with a whopping 6000VA bi-directional inverter for AC input and output, providing 230/400V AC power to easily run almost any household electric appliances.
Besides, the EP600 also supports up to 6000W solar input from 150V to 500V range. With a 99.9% MPPT solar efficiency, all the hungry devices can be topped up with the sunshine from a solar panel array.
As an expansion battery, B500 features 4,960Wh ultra-durable LFP battery cells. Every EP600 supports up to 16 battery modules for a total 79.3kWh capacity, which can cover all power needs at home or off-the-grid for days or even a week! Whenever power is needed, the BLUETTI EP600 system is ready to help.
Solar panels capture sunlight and convert it into storable electricity in batteries for later use, making it possible to use solar energy even after sunset or on cloudy days.
So whether getting rid of high electricity bills or preparing for any unexpected power outages or natural disasters, this EP600 energy storage system will be that solid backup power source that can be always depended on.
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