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What is the difference between nameplate and usable capacity?

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‎30-10-2018 08:56 AM


The nameplate capacity of a battery refers to its total storage capacity, not all of which is able to be used for charging and discharging functions. The usable capacity is the energy storage capacity that you can draw from day-to-day to help power your home.


The usable capacity of LG Chem RESU10H is 9.3 kWh^, not including DC conversion. To learn more about usable storage capacity, speak to an AGL battery expert.


^Battery Cell Only energy capacity at Depth of Discharge 95%.

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