Intelligent Energy Management
Our Home Panel with EV Outlets connects SuperBase V to your home’s electrical circuits to supply power throughout the house. The Zendure app gives you tools to monitor, manage, and customize your energy use. Using Zendure’s Time of Use tools, you can significantly reduce your energy bill.
6.4 to 64kWh Capacity
The SuperBase V6400 has a storage capacity of 6.4 kWh (6,438Wh). The maximum configuration for SuperBase V6400 includes two base units and eight Satellite Batteries for a total capacity of 64kWh. This is enough energy to power a typical household for a week or more.
3800W to 7600W AC Output
A single SuperBase V can provide up to 3,800W of power, and two units can be connected together to provide up to 7,600W. That's enough power to supply a typical household with a washer, dryer, heater, refrigerator and more.
Home Energy Storage Systems
SuperBase V is the first plug-and-play home energy storage system designed for the whole house. A customizable energy ecosystem with user-centric design and revolutionary technology, SuperBase V sets a new standard for home energy storage.
Multiple Charges on Dual Voltages
SuperBase V combines AC and solar power to charge up to 6,600W. It can charge up to 3,000W using solar power alone and can be recharged from a 120V or 240V outlet. When connected to a 240V outlet, it can draw 3,600W at its input and recharge in 2 hours.
EV-Grade Semi-Solid State Batteries
SuperBase V is the world's first home energy storage system with semi-solid state batteries. At more than 228Wh/kg, our semi-solid state batteries have up to 42% more energy per pound compared to lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries. And with our battery management software, internal battery life can be an amazing 10 years or more.
Plug-and-Play Energy Storage/Use
Home batteries can be quite heavy. SuperBase V’s rear wheels are motorized to help lighten the load. Simply pull the handle and enjoy true portability, even on inclined surfaces.
Various usage scenarios
3,000+ cycles for SuperBase V6400 with semi-solid state batteries and 6,000+ cycles for SuperBase V4600 with LiFePO4 batteries.
SuperBase V6400 uses semi-solid state batteries with a total charge capacity of 6,438Wh, while SuperBase V4600 uses LFP (LiFePO4) batteries and has a charge capacity of 4,608Wh.
The LFP and SSS versions of SuperBase V both have 3,800W rated power and 5,000W peak power. Two SuperBase V's with the same type of battery can be connected to each other with our ZenY cable or the Home Panel to achieve up to 7,600W of total output power.
Yes, two SuperBase V's can be connected together using either our Home Panel or the ZenY cable, doubling the rated output power to 7,600W.
No, a SuperBase V system should be configured with only semi-solid-state components or only LFP components.
The semi-solid-state version has a capacity of 6,438Wh, and the LFP version has a capacity of 4,608Wh.
SuperBase V can collect up to 3,000W through the XT-90 port.
SuperBase V can accept solar power through the XT90 port or the AC input.
SuperBase V has one MPPT to accept solar power through the XT90 port. We are currently evaluating new products that will include 2 MPPT inputs and 2 MPPT outputs.
The US model of SuperBase V can switch to battery power with 0ms of downtime to its AC output port. Other models and other connections will see less than 13ms of interruption.
For each SuperBase V, you can link up to 4 Satellite Batteries. A system can include up to two SuperBase V's working in tandem, with a maximum of 4 Satellite Batteries total.
Satellite Batteries can directly stack on each other without cable. To connect a Satellite battery to SuperBase V, the included battery cable is the only connection required.
Our Satellite batteries are an excellent companion to SuperBase V to increase your system's capacity, but they also have their own independent DC input and output capabilities that allow them to function as standalone units as well. Similarly, while the Moon is Earth's companion as a natural satellite, it can shine independently and has its own charm.
Our Home Panel is a transfer switch and more. It's also a fast-charging dock for SuperBase V and features two EV charging outlets.
Zendure's Home Panel should be installed by a licensed electrician with the proper qualifications. Instructions will be provided soon.
Yes, the system can respond to commands given through a paired Amazon Alexa or Google Home device.
You can use a ZenY Cable to connect 2 two SuperBase V's together for higher output (up to 7,200W) and then connect them to a regular transfer switch. It's currently available for the US version.
Yes, SuperBase V can be charged by third-party solar panels with voltage ranging from 12V to 150V; Zendure's 400W Solar Panel and 320W Rigid Solar Panel have been thoroughly tested with SuperBase V and remain our recommendation.
14-50 plug for Type 1 (J1772) connector with 5-15 plug and 6-20 plug adaptor cables; CEE 32 plug for Type 2 (Mennekes) with EU plug, UK plug and AU plug adatpor cables.
Using the EV T1 Adapter, you can charge SuperBase V via a Type 1 EV charger. It's also a convenient way for European Standard vehicles to charge from devices that have an American Standard charging connector.
Like traditional smart plugs, the Satellite Plug can be used to remotely turn devices on or off. Together with the Home Panel system, our Satellite Plugs achieve their true potential, providing insight and tools to manage your home's power.
The Battery Mounting Bracket is designed to secure our Satellite Expansion Batteries inside a moving vehicle.
Super happy with this power station. My family uses it mostly in the car as a backup to power computers or other larger electronics.
I have never run the power station down all the way but it's lasted more than a week of intermittent use and it says there's still 30 hours of power left.
I plan on buying a solar panel as an alternative way of charging so we can use it camping.
I'm also going to buy another to power our home internet and devices in case of a power outage.
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