First SimpliPHI-branded ESS released by Briggs & Stratton
Briggs & Stratton Energy Solutions has launched its first SimpliPhi branded energy storage system following the acquisition of the energy storage system supplier last year. The SimpliPHI Energy Storage System consists of three core components: a 6 kW inverter, a 4.9 kWh battery and the EnergyTrak management software.
The SimpliPHI ESS can be AC or DC coupled and the inverter can be scaled up to nine units. The 4.9 kWh battery uses lithium iron phosphate (LFP) chemistry and can be scaled up to 72 modules for a total energy storage capacity of 358.5 kWh. Both the SimpliPHI inverter and battery are IP65 rated, so they can be installed both indoors and outdoors.
The SimpliPHI ESS also features EnergyTrak, a monitoring and control software platform that allows users to manage their energy consumption through a mobile app that delivers real-time status and updates to home and business owners.
“Both Briggs & Stratton and SimpliPhi Power have a long history of providing energy solutions built with quality and reliability as the highest priority. Working together as one company, we have successfully leveraged the team’s complementary expertise to provide more choice and control than ever before, so our customers can access power when it matters most,” said Tom Rugg , senior vice president and president, Energy Solutions at Briggs & Stratton. “With aging power grids, more frequent outages and unpredictable weather patterns, the addition of the SimpliPHI ESS to our product range is another solution for those looking for an innovative, scalable energy system for their home or business.”
“Our energy storage solutions meet industry-leading standards. From the chemistry, form factor and manufacturing processes of the batteries to the testing and validation requirements on behalf of our customers, we strive to provide a safer and more reliable solution,” said Catherine Von Burg, president and CEO of SimpliPhi Power.
The SimpliPHI ESS will be available to order from June 14, 2022.
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