The answer is in this formula:Energy [kWh] = (Tdiff * 4180 * Litters) / 3600000
If you have1 kg of water (=1 liter)and you wish to warm itby 1 degree Celsius, you need to use0,00116111 kWhof energy.
If you have1 kg of water (=1 liter)and you wish to warm it
GWL has published many videos on. Our goal is to help our customers and the whole battery communityto use the batteries better.
Check some of the more technical videos related to the battery pack assembly and operation
GWL/Power: Starting with LYP/LFP cells from W
The photos show the variations of thesetup.
The Flexi pack serves as the protective case for the LFP cells. It holds the cells together in the proper tight way.
The top of the Flexi pack, serves as a holder forthe installation of the BMS (here CPM1) and the protective circuits. This way the complete pack is created with all harness and wiress i
This photo shows the very first part of the solar installation at theCzech Sustainable House (CSOD)project.
This is a completely off-grid installation oftwo solar panels (36 cells 160Wp), that run the water pump in the drilled well. The main purpose of this installation was to pump th
You can find them in every part of the world. You can find them just close to you. If you need their help, they may to come to your house too. Whom are we speaking about?
We are speaking aboutthe ordinary heroes, the local or regional electricians.
The regional electricians are
This graph shows the share of the customers buying cells per QNTY groups.
It shows that the majority of customers (52%) likes to buy 4 to 8 cells. The next group is 9 to 16 cells with 23% share.
If you plan to buy cells from GWL, in which group will you be?
The torque force for the tightening of the cell terminal connectors for Winston Battery (TSWB) cells.
• There is no need to over-tighten the terminal connections. That is why the lower value from the suggested range is preferred. • The connection of the
At GWL, we have prepared a clever guide on how to choose a battery for your operation, cars, production lines, boats, buses, caravans, forklifts, etc. that will last ten times more than the obsolete lead-acid ones (which you probably still use).
It explains in detail how you can (with the help of just a