How to store electricity for your house
We take it for granted that electricity will flow to our home electrical system at exactly the moment we need it. We need just to turn on a switch. But what to do when a power outage affects our house? Can electricity be stored? Despite the fact that generally there is a balance between electricity coming in from power plants with the demand from customers, we can say that it is possible to store a small amount of electricity for our house. How small? Let me say enough to provide 400W-500W for several hours. You can turn on your lights or turn on important equipment or tools. For example it is really common the necessity to run the submersible pump to avoid flooding during a storm.
The Be3000 is an efficient alternative to backup generator
When you need to supply some basic equipment for several hours, instead of installing a generator you can use the Be3000. It stores electricity that will allow you connecting as much as 500W for several hours. You can run the sump pump when there is no electricity during a storm. Option to expand the capacity are provided as well. The Be3000-S3, for example, can supply a 1500W load for 2 hours.
THE ABOVE EXAMPLE SHOWS HOW YOU CAN CONNECT THE BE3000 TO IMPORTANT EQUIPMENT LIKE ELECTRIC DOOR, ALARM SYSTEMS, INTERNET ROUTERS AND SERVERS OR SUBMERSIBLE PUMP. THE OTHER SECONDARY APPLIANCES MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE MAIN HOUSE CIRCUIT BREAKER. YOU CAN CONNECT THE BE3000 TO THE HOUSE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BY FOLLOWING THE EXAMPLE BELOW.
Wiring the Be3000
You can adapt the Be3000 to your house by using some PDMs (Plug Disconnect Module). You are required to connect these plugs and play modules to 'secondary importance' appliances like the air conditioneer and washing machine. When a power outage affects your house, these modules do not allow the Be3000 to supply these appliances. In this way you can save energy for your imponrat equipment. The PDM moduels communicate via BLUETOOTH devices in fully wireless mode.
The control panel
1-UTILITY POWER PRESNCE / 2-WARNING ALARM / 3-SHUTDOWN ALARM / 4-LOAD / 5-CIRCUIT BREAKER / 6-ALARM SILENCE / 7-BATTERY LEVEL / 8-INVERTER CONNECTION ACTIVE / 9-BATTERY CHARGER / 10-UTILITY POWER SUPPLY
YOU CAN INSTALL THE BE3000 OUTDOOR
THANKS TO IP65 INGRESS PROTECTION YOU CAN INSTALL THE BE3000 AND ITS OWN BATTERY BACK S1-S2-S3 OUTDOOR
CONTACT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IN ORDER TO INSTALL THE BE3000 UP TO CODE.
The first step is choosing what is necessary to supply when the utility power fails. Usually it is about alarm system, electric door, internet servers or routers and submersble pumps. In case of power outage, the Be3000 disconnects the load for 2 seconds. Then, if all conditions are met, the inverter will supply the electrical system.
The Be3000 communicates wireless with the PDM modules in a way to supply only what is necessary. When the utility power returns normal, the Be3000 interrupts the supply from the internal inverter and consequently will connect your HOUSE to utility power.
When power utility is within limits, the Be3000 takes care of re-charging the batteries. This may take up to 4 to 8 hours depending of the size of the system (S1-S2-S3). We recommend that you test your system time to time by removing the utility power. The Be3000 has an accurate measurement of the stored energy. This is indicated by luminous indicators: 25%-50%-75%-100%. The indicators blinks in the intermediate power level.
The monitoring capacity of the Be3000 is simply extraordinary. The microcontroller automatically check any source of problem. It provide a coded alarm red or yellow, based on the importance of it. The user manual explain all troubleshooting procedures.
PURCHASE BE3000 S2
DELIVERY TIME 30 DAYS
PURCHASE BE3000 S3
DELIVERY TIME 30 DAYS