Mango Power has introduced the Mango Power M hybrid battery inverter, available in expandable sizes ranging from 6 kW/10 kWh to 36 kW/480 kWh. It incorporates CATL LFP battery cells and provides a maximum charge and discharge current of 100 A, operating with a battery voltage range of 40-60 V. The inverter allows for up to 10 per cent overload, optimising output power in a PV system. Additionally, it includes inductive load support designed for appliances such as air conditioners and refrigerators. Furthermore, in the event of a power outage, the system can switch to off-grid mode in less than 10 milliseconds. During the Intersolar Europe exhibition, Mango Power also launched commercial and industrial solutions for European customers. The Mango Power High Voltage Energy Storage System has a capacity of 9.4 kWh/204 V, expandable up to 23.5 kWh/512 V. It consists of an LFP-46Ah-S main control box and multiple LFP-46Ah electric boxes, which can operate in both off-grid and on-grid scenarios. These systems integrate with existing power conversion systems and are equipped with CATL LFP battery cells to ensure safety and optimal performance.
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