- Feb 10, 2005
Your math seems wrong, just saying. 50A x 4 != 400A discharge rateI'll ignore the ad hominems, and respond by saying that you need to consider being a little more broad-minded, that way you are eminently more teachable.
The clues as to why I say that the Hubble S-100 is far better than the Pylontech US3000 lies in the S-100's versatility.
1. Can the Hubble S-100 do the job of the Pylontech US3000? Yes, easily. 4 in series will give you 48V, discharge of 50A and a charge rate of 25A, capacity of 100Ah. 16 in series and parallel will give you 48V at 400A discharge rate and 200A charge rate, 400 Ah capacity.
2. Can the Pylontech US3000 do the job of the Hubble? No, not without significant re-engineering, expense and inefficiency.
Which is therefore the more versatile battery?
Also...who the hell wants to put down 16 batteries when you can do that with 4x US3000s in a neat cabinet.
I don't have anything against you or hubble, even consider myself broad minded as you say, but I definitely do not agree with your reasoning or opinion.