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As green energy technology improves, so are the renewable storage units, there are various green energy batteries being manufactured and among those, is the majestic lithium ion battery which perfectly suits the solar energy storage requirement in Harare Zimbabwe. This goes a long way in alleviating the electricity crisis currently being experienced in the country and Southern Africa as a region.
Brentwill solar regulary has in stock lithium ion batteries notably our favorite US3000 Pylontech 35.kwh, Dyness B4850 and the Leoch lithium ion Batteries. We do home deliveries of our batteries so that our customers avoid the hassle of congested roads to and fro the market to purchase not only solar batteries but also solar accessories such as DC Breakers, fuse banks, PV Cables, AC Flex cables, Solar strut, solar antitheft units, just to name a few. All these materials are delivered right at your doorstep in and around Harare with areas such as Mazoe, Bindura, Concession, Morondera, Norton, Murewa just to name a few. Our deliveries on solar equipment is within 100km of the Harare CBD.
Cost of lithium ion batteries varies due to a number of factors, notably the brand, the capacity, the condition of the solar battery (brand new or pre-used, just to mention a few. The brand new 4.8kwh Leoch 100 Ah battery is the most expensive green energy storage unit going for around $2000 in Harare Zimbabwe followed by the Pylontech US3000 3.5kwh 75Ah which is pegged at $1600 then followed by the Dyness B4850 2.4KWH 50Ah which is pegged at $1000 and lastly the pre-used Leoch 4.8kwh 100Ah which is also pegged at $1000.
The Lithium iron batteries in Harare and the rest of Zimbabwe being sold are not locally manufactured, but they are imported mainly from South Africa and China. Buying lithium ion batteries in South Africa is a fairly easy task because of the geographical locations between South Africa (Johannesburg) and Zimbabwe (Harare). Turn around time for the purchase of solar batteries, accessories, etc is usually 1 week from South Africa and two months from China which charges its batteries based on the kilowatt hours thus we have 2.4kwh, 3.5kwh and 4.8kwh. Solar consumers in Zimbabwe often buy the pylontech and leoch lithium iron batteries from China.There are many palyers supplying these lithium ion batteries, notably Artsolar, Averge, Rubicon and inverter warehouse. Inverterwarehouse lithium ion batteries are sold in Harare usually at 15% mark up by solar batteries suppliers across Zimbabwe
There is extreme demand for lithium ion batteries in Zimbabwe and most electronic related or power shops have shifted their attention to selling lithium ion batteries to solve the storage problem for the solar system. These lithium batteries are hot cake at the moment and heavily outshining the exide solar batteries Zimbabwe, the most common lithium ion modules are notably the:
... These solar batteries in Zimbabwe are either brand new boxed ones or pre-used. The brand new boxed ones have a main advantage of o cycles used, thus you get upto 6000 cycles of lithium ion storage which can span 10 to 20 years depending on use. The pre-used batteries are cheaper, more affordable and equally do the job like the brnd new lithium iron batteries, but the number of cycles on these batteries is difficult to ascertain in most cases and thus solar installers and consumers prefer the brand new US3000 pylontech lithium iron batteries.
Each lithium ion battery has a positive terminal, a negative terminal, a lan communication cable, and a communications connector.A lug is fastened onto the positive terminal and carries current from the battery to the 48volt inverter via a 25mm, 35mm or 50mm welding cable (DC Cable) and it enters the fuse bank which is usually 83amp, then to the positive terminal of the Victron or Synerji inverter, on the DC input. The negative terminal is also fastened with a solar lug and tapped with an insulation tap then it carries DC energy to another 83 amp fuse bank then it goes on the negative DC terminal of the hybrid solar inverter. Since the lithium ion batteries come in 48Volts, the inverter should also be a 48V, or a 96V inverter.If one is using solar GEL batteries such as Narada or five star, they have to connect 4 batteries in series since GEL batteries come in 12v.