All-in-one Hybrid Unit
for new PV system

Tsun offers an all-in-one hybrid Unit, which simplifies the whole energy storage system's installation process. The HSU series is composed of a hybrid inverter, battery bank and pre-wired BMS system inside of a modern cabinet, embedded with connection devices and preset cable slot. Easy and safe installation, very reliable, and the lowest lifetime energy cost for customers of the new system.

Hybrid unit (all-in-one)

TSOL-HSU

  • Integrated battery design, no need to match the battery
  • Wall-mounted design for easier installation
  • 5.12k large capacity battery
  • High scalability, can be expanded to 20.48kWh
  • Switching time is less than 20ms
  • High reliability, battery compartment isolation design reduces internal temperature
  • Safer, battery complies with standard IEC62619
  • Provide a full range of after-sales services

Output Power

3000W

Nominal Battery Capacity

5 kWh

Dimension (W*H*D)

650 *738 *186 mm

Weight

50 kg

Extension Battery Type

TSOL-B100E-L

Max. System Capacity

up to 15 kWh

Why Hybrid unit

Tsun Hybrid storage system boasts a range a new features, keeping us at the forefront of battery storage technology.

  • Flexibility

    Compatible with on-grid photovoltaic systems, easy retrofits. Integrated design with battery, extendable battery pack optional. All-in-one design, easier installation.

  • Reliability

    IP65, suitable for indoor & outdoor usage. Natural convection, no air fans. Intelligent battery management system, longer life time

  • Usability

    Real-time monitoring, remote diagnosis and maintenance. Multi operating modes optional. 3000VA emergency power supply

  • Warranty

    The inverter module has a standard warranty of 5 years. The battery module has a standard warranty of 3 years. The battery capacity warranty is not less than 60% of the nominal capacity within 10 years

How Hybrid unit works

Mode Ⅰ

During the daytime, the electricity generated by the an grid system is preferentially supplied to the local home consumption and when there is more electricity produced, it will be charged by the energy storage system, if still there is electricity left, the remaining energy will go into the grid

Mode Ⅱ

During the daytime, the electricity generated by the on grid system is preferentially supplied to the local home consumption. If the energy praduced is not sufficient, the energy storage system will preferentially release the stored energy and supply to load. And if the power is still nat enough, the load will use electricity from grid.

Mode Ⅲ

During the night, the on grid system slops working and the energy storage system releases stored energy and supply the home consumption, if the energy is not sufficient, it will be provided from the grid.

Mode Ⅳ

In the event of grid breakdown, the on grid system will stop working due to anti-islanding protection. The energy storage system will supply energy via emergency interface to load.

Mode V

The energy storage system can use the grid to charge the battery. If the local peak and volley electricity price mode is adopted, the user can choose to charge the battery when the electricity price is low.