Introducing the NEW residential HV Series

We’re introducing TWO NEW residential HV solar battery systems to our product range; Smile S6 HV and Smile-T10 HV

The main concept behind our new products is to provide a high voltage battery with features that supply appropriate power supply with exceptional features.

Watch the recap video below or read on!

Let’s break down the products:

Smile-S6-HV

The Smile S6 HV goes the extra mile with its ability to be on-grid and off-grid. If you experience a power cut or disconnect from the grid, the automated islanding function will kick-in and use your stored electricity to power your home.

In today’s world, much of our lives are assisted using the power of technology, which
is why the Smile S6 was designed to be a high-voltage product. It is 8 percent more efficient than our Smile5 residential battery due to its ability to have an output rate of 6kW, and simultaneously store an additional 3kW. This means when the solar panels are producing maximum energy, it is stored for later use as opposed to going to waste.

Our Smile S6 HV battery systems can pair with up to six batteries, with the large 8.2kWh battery expanding your storage capacity to 49.2kWh.

Smile-T10-HV

The Smile T10 HV was designed to power three-phase homes. With its high-tech islanding function, you can keep your home’s critical circuits powered, without any interruptions across all three phases when the grid is down, i.e., during a power cut.

As the world moves toward greater power consumption through working from home, and further, we’re experience a higher energy output than ever before. With the T10, the high voltage feature will power more of your home at once.

While you are still connected to the grid, your three phase battery is expandable to 49.2kWh, which is almost twice the daily kWh used to power the average kiwi home.

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