Battery company Pytes USA exhibited at RE+ with its updated series of products.
Pytes’s primary battery 48100R comes with a new name: V5°. Its standard charge/discharge capability rises to 75 A, boosting 50% improvement over the last generation. The maximum continuous charge/discharge rate comes to 100 A, making the usage of higher load possible. V5° now has two new output terminals, making the connection between batteries easier and safer, reducing the possibility of incorrect connections.
With V5° comes R Bracket, a set of modular racks for storage batteries. It offers a flexible, light and secure way to handle and install batteries. A maximum of eight racks can be stacked together. Battery cabinets were also on display. R-BOX-A contains two batteries in its slim housing, one battery the top and the other on the bottom. R-BOX-B holds two batteries side by side, taking even smaller space.
ECOX Portable Power Station is a new product line released by Pytes just last month. Currently there are four models in the portfolio, each with AC output of 300, 600, 800 and 1,800 W.
Pytes also released a new 12-V LFP battery and a Stack LV Series. The former is for outdoor applications such as boating and sailboat batteries, RVs, off-grid energy storage, vans and campers, home energy storage, solar storage, DIY power walls, and emergency power. The latter intends to serve small commercial and industrial projects. The 12-V battery will be in mass production in September, and the Stack LV will be officially available at Q1 2023 for the North American market.
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