Battery banks, also known as electric power storage systems, provide the energy needed to run essential loads in buildings and homes during an interruption of the utility supply. When such interruptions take place (e.g., storms), battery banks allow an alternative path for temporary or emergency electrical needs.
Portable battery banks are used to charge your phone, laptops or other electronic devices on the go. They come in many different shapes and sizes, so no matter what kind of device you have, there’s a battery bank for it.
So whether you looking to live off-grid, create a backup power solution or just looking for power on the go. You are in the right place.
From design, build and maintenance as well as end-of-life. We cover battery banks from A to Z.
We Love Lithium-ion batteries
A battery bank is an array of two or more batteries that are electrically connected in series, parallel or a combination of both to provide the required voltage and current capability.
There are various types of batteries you can use for your Battery bank. From Wet, AGM, and Gel Lead Acid batteries to lithium-ion batteries. But we love lithium and we have a special bond towards the Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFEPO4) Battery.
We Also Love Solar
Combining your Battery Bank with Solar is the perfect solution for completely untethered power. Whether powering your home, RV, Boat, or Van we got the solution.
Solar Battery Banks are the best way to keep your devices charged when there’s no power outlet in sight. They’re perfect for camping, hiking, or any other outdoor activity where you can’t rely on electricity.
We Also Cover the components
We also highlight the components that bring a battery bank to life including charge controllers, inverters, monitors whether they will be used to power equipment directly or if they will be used to provide power for a standby generator.