Fox HV2600 V2 2.6kWh High Voltage Battery £692 + VAT

£829.92 incl. VAT

Fox HV2600 V2 2.6kWh High Voltage Battery £692 + VAT

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£829.92 incl. VAT
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Fox HV2600 V2 2.6kWh High Voltage Battery

D Version batteries and are compatible with C version

#1: FE-HV2600-V2 Storage Systems - Li-ion Battery Pack


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HV battery for use with AIO Fox ESS All In One 1ph and 3ph Inverters. 

Minimum of 2x HV2600 & maximum of 7. When installer 5 or more the extension cable is required.

The HV2300/2600 are high-performance, scalable battery storage modules. The modular design allows for maximum flexibility, making them suitable for a broad range of storage applications. Additional batteries can be installed in series, allowing for a maximum storage capacity of 18.2kWh. Installation is easy, with a plug and play solution that can save valuable time for installers.

Weight: 30.2 kg

Battery Type: Lithium Ion

Nominal Energy: 2560 Wh

Depth of discharge: 90.00 %

Voltage: 48 V

Continuous Discharge Rate (Normal Use): 2560 W

Maximum Discharge Rate (5 Minutes): 3000 W

Surge Discharge Rate (15 Seconds): 3600 W

Maximum Charge Rate (5 Minutes): 2560 W

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    Marcu H.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    I recommend this product

    Fast delivery and easy to setup.

    If you are already using HV2600 batteries with a V2 BMS these allow adding additional modules without issue, they are provided with cables, (not brackets or long cables if you need). ITS had them delivered 2 working days of payment and the courier was kind enough to help carrying them in. I connected them up that evening and found they had around 85% SoC already so a seamless install. I'm using with a FOXESS H1 Series H1-5.0-E Inverter, and have seen them fully charge from both grid and PV now. All working well.

    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    I recommend this product

    Does the job (7 months in and counting)

    Had this kit installed (2 batteries plus BMS and 5kW AC inverter) to maximise the usage of Economy 7 tariff (effectively moving grid consumption from daytime rate to nighttime, so saving ~30-40p / kWh each day: EDF have a very weighted day/night rate at the moment in Eastern England where I am). So a saving of £1.50 a day / £500 a year based on current rates (September '23). Kit works well, simple to install and app allows you to keep an eye on it. Setting the window for charging was a little bit of trial and error - have to estimate when to start the charging so it is 'just' full by the time the rate changes, as it doesn't seem possible to have it do all of the following: charge then notice its full, stop charging but not discharge (to preserve battery life), wait for the rate change timepoint and then start to discharge in preference to drawing from the grid. Instead, it was a case of calculating the charge rate, dividing the capacity by that then add a bit as the charge rate tails off as it gets full. One other important thing to consider: my real-world usage using 90% of the stated capacity has 4.6kWh of charging for 3.8-4.0kWh of discharge, so the round-trip effective efficiency is only 80-85%. I think part of the problem is that the invertor is not near its 5kW limit (it is typically discharging during the day at around 0.5kW) which impacts the inverter efficiency. I have observed that if it discharges quickly (e.g. I run the dishwasher in the morning, and do some cooking) then I can get 4 or even 4.1kWh back out. I'm not an electrician, but suspect I've over-specced the inverter - a 3kW or even 2kW may have been sufficient, and would be more efficient in the round-trip. Debated whether to drop a star for this, but chances are, every other system has similar issues, but it does change the economics. Having had 2x2.6kWh units (giving me 4kWh of daytime savings each day) since February, it has worked well enough that I am going to buy 2 more batteries and take it to 8kWh which should be 95% of my daytime usage over the year. Would have been great to have an Economy 10 tariff with two charging windows, as this would have avoided me needing to buy the second pair of batteries - and an annual saving of £1,000 a year from just this kit - but sadly no one seems to offer these tariffs anymore...

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