REC Wi-Fi module
New Product, available April 2021
Wi-Fi module for REC BMS allows you to control your power on your favourite device using Wi-Fi network. Battery pack parameters such as voltages, current, temperatures, state of charge (SOC) and state of health (SOH) are displayed. It allows BMS settings and parameters setup, also used for BMS firmware updates. It fully substitutes PC Software BMS Master Control or BLE module. As an addition LCD touch display for REC BMS can also be used at the same time as an extension to the system design.
30 in stock (can be backordered)
REC Wi-Fi module is a device that connects to REC BMS devices via RS-485 and connects to an existing network or sets up its own. Battery pack parameters such as cell voltages, current, temperatures, state of charge and state of health are displayed. General tab is used to display important parameters while dedicated tabs can be used to display advanced battery pack information. An alarm pop-up sign informs the user in case of any system error or alarm, containing its diagnostics. Charging tab enables the user to set charging voltage and current. Parameters and error logging interval can be set in the Settings tab–application logs all battery parameters and makes 24 h based folders on the build-in SD memory card. Data can be easily transferred to any connected device for further analysis.
|Dimensions||20 × 15 × 10 cm|
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During the day PV powers the house and charges the battery pack. If you’re not using all the electricity that the solar PV system is generating, then the system will ensure that any surplus energy is used to charge the battery pack. Once the battery is fully charged, if there is still more solar electricity being generated, this will be exported to the grid. At time of low solar generation (night or cloudy day) the solar PV panels have a reduced or zero output, but the battery system can discharge the stored electricity, providing you with renewable-generated electricity at no additional cost. Once the battery is discharged, if you need to use more electricity, you buy it from your electricity supplier.