Spanish start-up unveils 1 kWh portable battery for multiple uses – pv magazine International

The portable storage system contains lithium batteries, a charger and an inverter, all fully integrated in a waterproof and protective case.

From pv magazine Spain

Spanish battery supplier Enercraft has launched a multipurpose portable battery.

The Energy Mobile Assistant (EMA) storage system is offered in three different models, called EMA 104, EMA 110 and EMA 112. All have the same storage capacity, 1 kWh, but provide the user with different outputs, from 400 -600W for EMA 104; 1-1.5 kW for EMA 110; and from 1.2 to 1.8 kW for the EMA 112.

Each EMA system contains a configuration of high-quality lithium batteries, a charger and an inverter, all fully integrated in a sealed and protective case that facilitates transport and the freedom demanded by users.

According to the manufacturer, the battery does not emit noise, odor or harmful gases and is a clean energy alternative to be used in multiple activities. “Our product is sold as [a] portable energy pv magazine International for routine, day-to-day tasks that need to be done at home,” a company spokesperson said. photo magazine.

“The ability to recharge EMA batteries with 100% clean energy from renewable energy sources, such as a PV system, will give… users complete freedom to store and transport their energy to where it is needed, to be, finally , managed and used without [condition] or limitations of any kind,” the spokesperson continued.

All battery models are equipped with a protective, waterproof and shockproof case. “Providing power with a pure sine wave allows [the] feed [of] sensitive electrical or electronic equipment such as LEDs, televisions, electro-medical devices or sound equipment, among [other devices]something that is not advisable to do with common generators,” the spokesperson concluded.

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