Solar Inverters compatible with PylonTech batteries

Pylontech renames for US2000 lithium batteries.
August 15, 2019
Production line of Silent Power Off-Grid Cabinets
October 8, 2019

Solar Inverters compatible with PylonTech batteries

When there is a need for deep discharge that allows the utilization of the batteries up to 80% the energy storage with lithium batteries from Pylontech is the best solution. In addition to the discharge benefit, Pylon US2000 is the most compact battery in the market with a very small footprint and only 20kg net weight.

That makes Pylontech an ideal solution when there are space restrictions.

Our inverters are fully compatible and ready to be used with the BMS system of US2000 and US3000 batteries. We have added the RS485 card and the communication cable for plug and play operation.

You will find below instructions on how to order the pre-build systems with all the accessories for off-grid and hybrid systems with self-consumption

Concept diagram of off-grid inverter with Pylontech batteries – BMS Compatible
Concept diagram with off grid inverter without BMS compatibility. It works with Battery User Defined Settings.
Hybrid Inverter, concept diagram with grid connection and self-consumption. BMS Compatible
3 Phase Hybrid Inverter, concept diagram with grid connection and self-consumption.

The engineering team of Voltacon put together 2 off grid systems with all the components and 3 grid-tied systems for self consumption.

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Steve
Steve
Electrical & Electronic Engineer at Voltacon Power Conversion. An inventor and product developer in renewable energy with over 15 years experience. Previous experience in the R&D centres of Almost Power and General Electric.

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