Sanvaru Unveils its Latest 240V/300 Ah Li-Ion BESS Soln to Solve Customers Higher Storage Needs

In line with the increasing global demand for more energy storage and backup power capability, Sanvaru Technology has recently launched its newly developed product and system portfolio of Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS) of 240V/300 Ah.

March 19, 2021. By Manu Tayal

In line with the increasing global demand for more energy storage and backup power capability, Sanvaru Technology has recently launched its newly developed product and system portfolio of Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS) of 240V/300 Ah.

The company’s approach is to invest in new & innovative technology in manufacturing and has also set a target to become carbon neutral and equitable company by 2027.

Further, in the company’s newly developed BESS solution, the communication and data transfer has been done through RS 485 and LAN cable, and the system monitors each battery cell and module data through LAN cable and RS 485 protocol over the laptop and GBMS.

The company also claimed that, the safety of components like Jointer and other BOS has been ensured through a secure connection to make the zero-error contactor breakup between each module; and with the help of technology and best in class engineering, it has delivered Zero/Null short circuit in the system.

In the new ESS system, the company has been using hybird inverter from Consul Neowatt- Fuji Electric having 240 Vdc input, and the best thing is that the system has been comprised of long lasting battery life to fulfill the end user requirement. Also, customers can access data anywhere in the world through RMS systems.

The company said that it has designed the ESS products to deliver the lowest total cost of energy (LCOE) along with industry leading reliability.

In the Sanvaru Technology, Founder, A.K. Shukla’s words, “Energy storage serves as a central catalyst for modernizing and creating a more reliable and resilient, efficient, sustainable, and affordable energy/grid in the domain of stationary storage, urban mobility and modern infra.” 

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