This precise control results in a battery that lasts many times longer than a premium lead-acid battery-delivering more than 2,000 cycles at 80% depth of discharge.
What does DOD stand for?
DOD stands for Depth Of Discharge
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- Department of Defense (US government)
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For maximum reliability with lead batteries, the maximum daily depth of discharge should never exceed 20%.
Content Input parameters: - System size, battery size, depth of discharge, battery life-time, system price, electricity consumption, electricity demand, electricity price and electricity price increase - PV Yield: Based on PV GIS data, the yield curve for one year has been calculated on an hourly base - Electricity demand: The current version of the tool is limited to the residential segment in Germany System level - Results are shown on yearly and daily base The yearly output contains: - Selected system parameters - Self-consumption, level of independence and financial figures (IRR, MIRR, NPV) - Direct self-consumption rate, additional self-consumption achieved by battery - Electricity demand and electricity fed into the grid on a monthly basis.
International Battery's energy storage systems offer superior high temperature performance, over 90 percent efficiency and more than 4000 cycles at 100 percent depth of discharge.
IPS conservatively specifies its THINERGY MEC cycle life to 10,000 cycles at 100-percent depth of discharge (DOD) and 80-percent capacity retention.
Key to overall system performance is knowing the health and charge state of the individual battery cells as well as understanding the temperature, depth of discharge and charging status.
Initial testing of this Nautilus E30 demonstrated a range of over 150 miles on a single charge under unloaded conditions at 80% depth of discharge.
The test protocol requires a complete charge-discharge cycle every 7 hours to a 90% depth of discharge.