Backup power when the grid goes down

Backup power when the grid goes down

Redback’s Home Battery Storage Solutions come with an inbuilt UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) free of charge* so you can give your customers peace of mind when a blackout occurs. Switching over in just 10 milliseconds**, they won’t even notice a difference!

The backup circuit maximum output capacity varies depending on which Redback home battery storage solution you are installing, and is designed for essential circuits only, not whole house back-up.

Redback’s Home Battery Storage Solutions come with an inbuilt UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) free of charge* so you can give your customers peace of mind when a blackout occurs. Switching over in just 10 milliseconds**, they won’t even notice a difference!

The backup circuit maximum output capacity varies depending on which Redback home battery storage solution you are installing, and is designed for essential circuits only, not whole house back-up.

Redback SystemThe Smart Hybrid System (SH5000)The Smart 3-Phase Hybrid System (ST10000)The Smart Battery System (SB7200)The Smart Battery System (SB9600 & SB14200)
Max Output for Backup Circuit4.6kVa continuous***10kVa continuous total power*** (3.3kVa per phase)3.3kVa continuous***4.5kVa continuous***
Redback SystemMax Output for Backup Circuit
The Smart Hybrid System (SH5000)4.6kVa continuous***
The Smart 3-Phase Hybrid System (ST10000)10kVa continuous total power*** (3.3kVa per phase)
The Smart Battery System (SB7200)3.3kVa continuous***
The Smart Battery System (SB9600 & SB14200)4.5kVa continuous***

*Additional wiring required for UPS
**in regions where standards allow
***max output power is dependent on the number of batteries, state of charge, and the available solar

What are the limitations?

What are the limitations?

Understanding what your backup circuit can and can’t accommodate is the best way to ensure you help your customers get the most out of their backup power.

It is generally recommended that you connect and use the minimum number of devices at any one time. Only essential or low consumption devices or appliances such as lights, refrigerators and televisions should be connected to the backup circuit. Devices that require high currents such as ovens, pool pumps and air conditioners should not be connected. The high inrush of current required to power these items may trip the inverter or rapidly discharge the batteries. 

Understanding what your backup circuit can and can’t accommodate is the best way to ensure you help your customers get the most out of their backup power.

It is generally recommended that you connect and use the minimum number of devices at any one time. Only essential or low consumption devices or appliances such as lights, refrigerators and televisions should be connected to the backup circuit. Devices that require high currents such as ovens, pool pumps and air conditioners should not be connected. The high inrush of current required to power these items may trip the inverter or rapidly discharge the batteries. 

Suitable

Suitable

Not Suitable

Not Suitable