New range of home batteries: the AQ-LITH® ENERGYBOX
What is the function of a home battery?
Who would benefit from a home battery?
The payback period of such a home battery depends on many different factors and is therefore not easy to calculate. However, the following criteria are important in order to have a fast payback period:
There are many other reasons why you can choose a home battery:
What does an installation look like?
How large does my home battery need to be?
What will it cost?
The total cost depends on the size of the AQLITH® Energybox and the complexity of the installation. Calculate an average amount of about 6000 EUR for battery, inverter, controller and installation and you can deduct the subsidies from that.
The AQ-Lith® Energybox is eligible for subsidies in Flanders (Belgium). Per kWh you will receive 250 EUR (with a maximum of 3200 EUR and a maximum of 35% of the total cost). In practice, for the AQ-LITH® Energybox of 3 – 5 – 7 kWh, you will receive 750, 1250 and 1750 EUR subsidies respectively.
|3 kWh||5 kWh||7 kWh|
|Technology||Li-ion (LiFePO4 or LFP)|
|Nominal Voltage (V)||51,2|
|Dimensions (mm)||523 x 679 x 152,5||564 x 650 x 212||662 x 717 x 205|
|Max. Charging voltage||56.8V|
|Design life (year)||10|
|Temperature (°C)||-20 -> +60|
Installation kit with inverter, controller and ampere meters
Kit with 2 monophase meters: BAT/49151
Kit with 2 three-phase meters: BAT/49152
|Cont output power at 25°C||3000VA or 2400W|
|Zero load capacity (W)||11|
|Interface||USB, ethernet, wifi|
|Temperature(°C)||-40°C -> +65°C|
|Dimensions (mm)||506 x 275 x 147|