The initial production of the new ELERIX brand cells. It is wonderful to see a completely new factory producing new innovative models of the high energy density LFP cells.
As if you move to a new apartment and you can still feel the smell of the novelty, this is how it feels when such new produ
The mission of GWL is to help everybody to gain the energy and to store it. The solar panels are the means of yielding the electric energy from the sun directly. The high quality LFP batteries are the means of storing the energy.
More energy storage means more batteries. More batteries mean more fact
How to assemble the single cells into a robust long time lasting solution? Thewill help you. It providesa quality chassis for the mounting of the cells, and it allows for the installation of the active components on the top.
The second part of the GWL/Modular
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
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
The table shows the color coding for AC wires in the installations.
DC Plus Pole (+) – Red DC Minus Pole (-) non-grounded – Blue (#1) DC Minus Pole (-) grounded – Black (#2) Protective Earth (PE) or Ground (GND) – Yellow/Green
#1 For majority DC systems the battery poles and all DC wires must be
The table shows thecolor coding for AC wiresin the installations - IEC 60446.
AC 3-phase Live (L1) – Brown AC 3-phase Live (L2) – Black AC 3-phase Live (L3) – Gray Neutral (N) – Blue Protective Earth (PE) or Ground (GND) – Yellow/Green AC Single Phase Live &ndash08.Feb 2021| Blog
In April 2019, GWL Team has made extensive tests of various lithium cells to demonstrate the results of abuse and damage for these cells.
One part of the test was adirect short circuit dischargeof a fully charged TSWB Winston 40AH cell.
The photos show the preparation of the test.