186KW/372kWh 280AhEfficient and Smart Liquid-Cooling Cabinet Commercial /Industrial Storage

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Product Features

Ultimate Safety 

  • Multistage variable diameter liquid cooling pipeline, system temperature difference ≤ 4 ℃ 

  • Micro channel equalization pipeline, PACK temperature difference ≤ 2.5 ℃ 

  • Highly automated  ,CCS integrated design 

  • Electrical multidimensional fusion perception 15-year extra long life coolant

Smart and Efficient

  • BMS active balancing technology improves SOS accuracy by 3% and extends system life by 20% 

  • OTA upgrade is sent from the cloud and upgrade efficiency is improved by more than 90% 

  • Panoramic online monitoring and scheduling

  • Global customized design and development services 

  • Support virtual power plant interconnection

Flexible and Convenient

  • Modular design, standardized interface

  • Elastic expansion, multi machine parallel connection 

  • Multi-sensor and intelligent control system 

  • Triple level modular PCS, up to 99% maximum efficiency

  • Cloud and edge integrated energy storage intelligent operation and maintenance center

Quick Response

  • Support multi-device access and multi-user sharing 

  • Millisecond response to power dispatch 

  • 100% pre-installed integration

  • Equipped with LVRT, HVRT functions, and various control modes such as PQ, VF, and networking 

Technical Data

Battery Type: LFP-280Ah

System Configuration: 8*1P52S

Rated Charge/Discharge Ratio: ≤0.5P

Rated Capacity:372kWh

DC Rated Voltage:1331.2V

DC Voltage Range:1164.8 ~ 1497.6V

AC Rated Power:186kW

AC Rated Voltage:690V±15%

Rated Grid Frequency:50Hz/60Hz



Protection Level:IP54(PACK IP67)

Operating Temperature Range:-30 ~ 55℃

Relative Humidity Range:5% ~ 95%(Non condensation)

Operating Altitude:≤2000m(>2000m Reduction)

Fire Protection System:Aerosol/Perfluoro

Communication Interfaces:CAN/RS485/Ethernet

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