Aimed primarily at the residential market, this 3kW SolaX and Trina system will provide for day time usage of standard appliances. It is suitable for townhouses, cabins and small homes.
The LG Chem battery range feature life cycles rated at 6000 cycles or more. Their units are capable of putting out up to 7kW of peak power or 5kW continuously. They can also be expanded to up to 20kWh for larger off-grid and applications. With an extremely high energy density and stylish enclosure LG will also compete on aesthetics with other products such as Tesla's Powerwall.
SolaX makes budget inverters that come with all the latest features. They promise a medium lifespan and have a long history both in China and Australia. SolaX is affiliated with Zhejiang University and has released a large range of cutting edge solar technology.
This SolaX LG combo borders on off-grid capability with a price point near that of standard PV. The SolaX is a CAN bus compatible hybrid inverter capable of both load shifting and backup power. It can store your daytime energy for nighttime use and will provide up to 2kW of power in the event of a blackout. With built-in export limiting and reactive power control, it meets all the ticks necessary to give your power company the big flick.
Trina is Australia's most popular solar panel and feature on its largest rooftop installation - the 1.2MW facility at the University of QLD. These Trina modules have excellent efficiency and shade response and are well backed by one of China's largest solar panel manufacturers.
Our budget range aims at achieving the shortest payback period possible. These systems carry more maintenance over the long term and therefore higher risk.