LG Chem RESU10H specifications

LG Chem with SolarEdge HD-Wave technology LG Chem with SolarEdge StorEdge inverter
Price From $10,605 or $177/mth over 60 mths From $11,094 or $185/mth over 60mths
Battery type Lithium-ion Lithium-ion
Usable capacity 9.3 kWh* 9.3 kWh*
Inverter SolarEdge StorEdge solution with HD-Wave technology SolarEdge StorEdge inverter
Backup power No Yes
Dimensions (LxWxD) 744mm x 907mm x 206mm 744mm x 907mm x 206mm
Weight 100kg 100kg
Operating temperature -10°C to 45°C -10°C to 45°C
Mounting options Wall Wall
Indoor/outdoor Indoor* Indoor*
Power 7 kW peak / 5 kW continuous 7 kW peak / 5 kW continuous
Monitoring SolarEdge Monitoring app SolarEdge Monitoring app
Battery specifications View specifications View specifications

*Usable capacity: Battery capacity is measured at the battery module DC terminals. Losses associated with further system conversion may vary.
*Indoor installation: A detailed site inspection may be required and will be conducted by AGL to assess your home’s individual suitability for a wall installation and indoor or outdoor installation.

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Do LG Chem and SolarEdge bundles come with backup power?

The StorEdge inverter can provide backup power functionality to give you peace of mind during a power outage. 

The StorEdge solution with HD-Wave technology does not have backup power functionality.

Where can the LG Chem RESU battery be installed?

The LG Chem RESU10H can be installed indoors. A qualified electrician will conduct an AGL site inspection to assess suitable battery installation locations and assess your site to determine where your LG Chem RESU battery can be safely wall-mounted.

What battery technology does the LG Chem RESU battery use?

LG Chem RESU batteries use lithium-ion battery technology and LG Chem’s Lamination & Stacking technology, which LG Chem states helps to maintain a superior battery lifespan even with frequent charging and discharging.

What is the difference between nameplate and usable capacity?

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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^Battery cell only energy capacity at depth of discharge 95%.