What is the structure of the home energy storage system?
The structure of the home energy storage system can be different according to different application needs and design concepts, but usually includes the following 7 main components:
(1) Battery set: The battery pack is the core part of the home energy storage system, which is responsible for storing electrical energy. The performance and capacity of the battery pack directly affects the performance and life of the entire energy storage system. Common battery packs include lithium ion batteries, lead -acid batteries, etc.
(2) Battery management system (BMS): BMS is a very important part of the home energy storage system, and is responsible for monitoring and managing the battery pack. BMS can ensure that the battery pack runs in a safe, reliable, and efficient state, while extending the life of the battery pack. BMS also has functions such as charging and discharge management, balanced charging, and thermal management.
(3) Revelation: The inverter is a key device in the home energy storage system. It is responsible for converting DC power to AC power, or converting AC power to DC power. In the home energy storage system, inverters are usually used to convert DC electricity stored in the battery pack into AC electricity required for household power consumption. At the same time, the inverter can also feedback the family's electricity to the battery pack when needed to achieve energy recycling.
(4) Charging equipment: The charging equipment includes a charger, a charging pile, etc., which is responsible for charging the battery pack. The performance and efficiency of the charging equipment directly affect the charging speed and energy utilization efficiency of the entire energy storage system.
(5) Energy Management System (EMS): EMS is the core of the home energy storage system, which is responsible for monitoring, management and optimization of the entire energy storage system. EMS can monitor the power, charging and discharge status, temperature and other information of the battery pack in real time, and adjust the output and charging speed of the inverter to ensure the stability and efficiency of the energy storage system.
(6) Power distribution system: The power distribution system is responsible for allocating electrical energy to home power equipment. The power distribution system includes equipment, cables, sockets and other equipment, which can be customized and expanded according to the demand of home power.
(7) Thermal management system: The thermal management system is an indispensable part of the home energy storage system. It is responsible for monitoring and managing the temperature of the battery pack and inverter. The thermal management system can ensure that the battery pack and the inverter operate at a suitable temperature, and extend the life and stability of the entire energy storage system. The thermal management system usually includes equipment such as radiator, fan, temperature controller.
In addition, the home energy storage system also includes some other auxiliary equipment, such as protection equipment, monitoring equipment, etc., to protect the safe and stable operation of the energy storage system.
In short, the structure of the home energy storage system is a complete system. Each component is partially working, which can realize energy storage, conversion and use, and meet the different power needs of the family. At the same time, the home energy storage system can also improve the energy utilization efficiency of the family, reduce carbon emissions, and protect the environment.