PHI-3.8-24-M: Has a pre-configured Battery Management System (BMS) with Sol-Ark inverters to report SOC and other critical real-time data, maximizing the value of storage and functioning inside balance-of-system equipment. When utilized in conjunction with our proven overcurrent protection (OCPD) and easily accessible 100 Amp DC breaker On/Off switch, installation time is decreased, and safety is increased during system setup for residential and commercial systems, both on and off-grid. The AmpliPHI includes pre-configured communications with other inverter manufacturers that will be announced soon, and it can expand to 40 batteries.
Features: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
- 25.6 Nominal DC Voltages
- 151 Amp-Hours
- Up to 40 Maximum Quantity Per System
- 80 Amps Max Discharge Rate (10 minutes)
- 75 Amps Max Continuous Discharge Rate
- 75 Amps Max Continous Charge Rate
- Up to 100% Depth of Discharge
- 32° to 120° F (0° to 49° C) Charging Temperature
- -4° to 140° F (-20° to 60° C) Operating Temperature
- 6 months: 14° to 77° F (-10° to 25° C) Storage Temperature
- 3 months: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C) Storage Temperature
Documents: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
Videos: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
SimpliPhi Power – PHI-3.8-24-M Overview
This video goes through batteries in great depth. There are five different batteries to choose from, with capacities ranging from 730 watt-hours to 3.8 kilowatt-hours. These five distinct batteries have a variety of built-in sizes, allowing installers to scale up or down to fit any project.
How to Connect a Lug to the Terminals on a SimpliPhi Power PHI-3.8-24-M
In this video, we’ll teach you how to connect a lug to the terminals of a SimpliPhi Power battery.
Connecting a Busbar to Terminals on a SimpliPhi PHI-3.8-24-M
This video shows you how to connect a busbar to the terminals of a SimpliPhi Power battery.
Paralleling PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries with Threaded Studs Using Battery Cables
In this video, you’ll learn how to use battery cables to connect SimpliPhi Power Batteries in parallel.
Paralleling PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries Using Busbars
You’ll learn how to link SimpliPhi Power Batteries in parallel using interconnecting battery busbars and battery wires in this video.
How to Commission a DC Coupled Battery System
In this video, you will learn how to commission a PHI battery in a DC-coupled system setup.
Integration Guides: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
Calculators: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
FAQs: PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries
☁️ Is there an overcurrent protection built into the PHI-3.8-24-M?
🔎 Yes, PHI-3.8-24-M batteries with overcurrent protection (OCPD) and a 100 Amp DC breaker On/Off switch are available.
☁️ What is the maximum capacity of the PHI-3.8-24-M battery?
🔎 The PHI-3.8-24-M, which can grow up to 40 batteries, will include pre-configured communications with other inverter manufacturers to be announced soon.
☁️ For the PHI battery series, how many years does SimpliPHI Power guarantee a warranty?
🔎 SimpliPHI Power provides 10/yr of warranty for PHI batteries.
☁️ What is the life cycle of the PHI-3.8-24-M at 80 percent depth of discharge?
🔎 PHI-3.8-24-M has a life cycle of up to 10.000 at 80% DOD.
☁️ What is the weight of the PHI-3.8-24-M?
🔎 PHI-3.8-24-M is 86 lbs. which equals 39kg in Europe.
How To Buy: SimpliPHI Power – PHI-3.8-24-M
If you’re ready to purchase PHI-3.8-24-M Batteries, all you need to know is how to do it. To become a dealer, first, create an account with us. Once you’ve created an account with us, we’ll review and approve your request for an account. Following that, we’ll contact you to confirm your new account, and you’ll be added as a verified client with a dealer account, providing you access to wholesale rates and same-day shipping (it might be the next business day on some of the products).
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