Mango Power to display energy storage systems at RE+.
- Energy storage space business Mango Power, which utilizes CATL lithium-iron phosphorous battery cells, will certainly showcase its Mango Power E and Mango Power M series systems at the RE+ show.
The Mango Power E is a 3.5-kWh portable power station. Its capacity can be expanded approximately 14 kWh with a pluggable pack in order to cater to the power needs of more demanding environments. It offers 3 kW outcome capability (expanding to 6 kW) and also sustains 240-V split phase output to power heavy-duty home appliances. Mango Power has incorporated 4 charging methods along with 16 output ports. This large range of connection options makes the Mango Power E suitable for RV and EV ports.
The Mango Power M Series is an all-in-one family energy storage system. It can be made use of as a 18-kW PV energy system, as storage space with 15 to 20 kWh battery for everyday as well as emergency use and give full house power backup-- including quick billing EVs for the contemporary family. The built-in inverter, back-up portal, EV battery charger and also modularized battery can be personalized and set up quickly, which is also a large separating advantage compared with various other products on the market.
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