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Briggs & Stratton unveils latest SimpliPHI home battery system

Briggs & Stratton Energy Solutions has unveiled its SimpliPHI 6.6 Home Battery System.

The new SimpliPHI 6.6 battery delivers 6.65 kWh of energy and can be installed in stacks of one to three. For increased power, a system can be scaled to six stacks of three with the 18 batteries delivering 119.7 kWh with maximum continuous power of 84 kW.

The SimpliPHI 6.6 battery stack uses lithium-iron phosphate (LFP) chemistry, and the unit is outdoor-rated so it can be installed indoors or outdoors with no additional cabinets required. The system can be ground- or wall-mounted. Each battery is 17.3-in. tall by 28.6-in. wide by 6.7-in. deep.

The LFP chemistry allows for 6,000+ cycles @ 80% DoD with an end-of-life capacity of 75%. An increased discharge rate of .7C to 1C delivers more storage capacity per hour. In addition, an expanded temperature range allows for full operating/discharging rate from -20ºC to 55ºC and full charging rate from -10ºC to 50ºC.

The SimpliPHI 6.6 battery is UL 1642, UL 1973, UN 3480 and UN DOT 38.3 certified and has gone through UL 9540A fire safety testing. It recently secured its UL 9540 Edition 3 certification as a standalone DC ESS. It is compatible with the SimpliPHI 6-kW hybrid inverter, Sol-Ark 8K, 12K and 15K inverters, as well as other leading lithium supporting inverters.

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