The passionate sailor Peter Reinmann extended his lead acid energy storage of his 9.30 meter long sailing catamaran with two BOS LiFePO4 Lithium modules. Peter is thus able to operate all the on-board electronics such as navigation, radio, light, refrigerator and gas heating. Because there was no room under the bench seat for a larger supply battery, a LE300 hybrid system was the perfect solution without loosing too much space. Now he is able to enjoy longer trips on the water without returning for recharge. A freedom that he no longer wants to miss.
Bad Waldsee, Germany
BOS Lithium Extension Batteries are the main component of the new
innovative hybrid storage battery for Hymer caravans.
HYMER GmbH & Co. KG is one of the largest manufacturer of motorhomes and caravans in Europe. The HYMER-smart-battery-system will offer more freedom of energy and independence in travel. Thanks to the significant higher self-sufficiency and integrated battery heating, campers can stay many days longer at a beautiful place, even in winter. The system is installed as standard in selected models and can be retrofitted in all motorhomes and caravans.
In partnership with:
2.77 kWh total usable battery capacity
29% Lead Acid
1.97 kWh lithium capacity (6x LE300)
0.8 kWh lead acid (95 Ah / 70% DOD)
Values are in standard configuration.
Other capacities are also availabe.
2 Modules in each system
BOS Lithium Extension Battery
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The target is to electrify twelve markets by 2019 equipped with BOS Systems. As part of this project, 450 stores in the Iponri market in Lagos now benefit from a renewable and stable power supply. Businesses are mainly souvenir shops, electronic products, tailoring, financial and printing services. With remote monitoring functions, all important system information and energy consumption can be read. PAYG makes it possible for
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