Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong, is a Chinese technology corporation. The company, which was established in 1987, is best recognised for producing and selling telecommunications equipment and consumer goods.
Huawei's Solar battery System reached the residential solar battery market in 2021. The lithium-iron phosphate cells of the solar battery system are modular and can be scaled from 5 to 30 kWh.
Huawei is seeking to profit from the fast-rising solar battery system market by combining more state-based government subsidies, decreasing solar export prices, and the advent of virtual power plant programmes, which provide system owners with an additional revenue stream.
Huawei presently employs over 190,000 people in over 170 countries. Despite the effects of COVID-19 and US sanctions, total revenue in 2020 climbed to US$136.23 billion.
The Huawei Solar's Fundamentals
The Huawei solar battery system is made up of 5kWh modules that can be stacked and weigh 50kg apiece. You can make a 15kWh solar battery system by connecting three modules together, and you can make a 30kWh solar battery system by connecting two of them in parallel. Each module may produce up to 2.5 kW of power.
The solar battery system is placed either against a wall or on the ground, vertically. The solar battery system can be put indoors or outdoors due to its IP66 water and dust resistance rating, while the warranty literature states that the battery's suggested working temperature is 15 to 30°C.
The Huawei solar battery system may be used with single-phase or three-phase hybrid inverters, making it ideal for solar battery system owners who already have batteries. Lithium-Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) chemistry is employed in the battery, which is widely used by other battery manufacturers.
There are several aspects of Huawei's new solar battery system that are worth mentioning:
Discharge depth of 100%
The Huawei solar battery system has a 100% depth of discharge, similar to the Tesla Powerwall 2. This means that more of the solar battery system's capacity is usable than most of Huawei's competitors, including LG (95%depth of discharge), Sonnen (90% depth of discharge), and Alpha ESS (90% depth of discharge) (90%t depth of discharge)
With the installation of their backup box, Huawei’s solar battery system can provide power during a blackout with an output of up to 5kW in single-phase and 3.3kW in three-phase. With a number of recent power outages across Australia, this has become an essential factor for consumers of solar batteries.
Modular construction with energy efficiency in mind
Huawei, like many other solar battery system manufacturers, has chosen a modular architecture for their batteries, which allows for greater production scale and consumer flexibility.
One issue for consumers is that if they buy one module at first and then another later, the newer module will be brought down to the performance of the older solar battery system.
Huawei has integrated 'Smart String' technology, which allows users to add modules while maintaining the higher efficiency of the latest solar battery system module, similar to how panel optimisers function.
Warranty details for Huawei solar battery in Brisbane
Like other solar battery system solutions in Australia Huawei give a 10-year warranty for its battery. For each 5kWh module, there is a life cycle power discharge of 16.45MWh mentioned in the warranty certificate with an anticipated 60% capacity at end of life.
The solar battery system will finish its guaranteed duration when after 10 years, or if the power drained equals 16.45MWh (whichever comes first).
The warranty agreement indicates that the solar battery system must be installed within 1 month of the battery being purchased.
The battery backup box has a guarantee period of 24 months.
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