- Weight (Approx.)
- 283kg @25.6 kWh
- Dimensions (L*H*W)
- 635×1250×268 mm @5PC Battery Model
- Designed Calendar Life
- ≥10 years
- Parallel Capability
- Maximum 10 units
- Cycle Life
- 8000 times
RENON Xtreme R-XL20040 | Stackable Home Energy Storage System UL | RENON
The R-XL20040 is a residential energy storage system self-developed by Renon with its own independent intellectual property rights.
The system consists of lithium iron phosphate battery systems, WIFI modules, and other components.
The product design is applicable to the global residential energy storage market in the USA, Japan, Europe, and South Africa. It as well complies with the UN38.3\IEC62619\UL1973 certification standard.
With the industry-leading intelligent BMS management technology, the battery modules can be freely matched according to customer needs.
Remote data collection, statistics, analysis, and firmware upgrade functions can be realized through the Cloud.
The battery system adopts intelligent paralleling technology and algorithms to realize online system-level and module-level battery connected in parallel and managed.
The matching inverter can be selected directly from the panel, which is easy to operate.
The modular design can realize rapid installation, deployment and use.
Adopted highly safe and reliable lithium iron phosphate batteries with stable high temperature performance and no fire from thermal runaway.
Intelligent BMS management system and airbags to ensure safe and reliable operation of the system.
Long cycle life, the system life can reach over 8000 cycles.
Using intelligent energy management systems allows for remote product fault diagnosis, operation and maintenance.
IP55 protection grade for outdoor installation conditions.
Compatible with mainstream off-grid and on-grid inverters.
Good extensibility, supporting 15 systems to be used in parallel.
A single system supports a load power of 12kW and has good adaptability, which can be adapted to global mainstream photovoltaic inverters.
It can be quickly stacked according to actual demand capacity.