Faber Infrastructure mobile solar container for off-grid regions
Faber’s compact solar battery container is a mobile power system that combines a 24 kW solar system with 80 kWh lithium-ion battery storage and an emergency power generator.
The mobile power system has modular architecture and a plug-and-play design. All components are stowed in a standardised 20-foot container for transport. On site, the solar wings can be quickly and conveniently folded out and put into operation. Individual module units such as the 24/7 backup unit are compactly mounted on slide-in grid-frame modules and easily accessible. The system is operated and monitored via the control panel on the container door. If required, both the generation and storage capacity can be retrofitted at any time.
The mobile power system has a wide range of applications: from off-grid energy for camps, radar and radio stations to first aid during disaster relief operations and temporary power supply for construction sites and events. The container can be utilised to set up a self-sufficient basic power supply, but the system can also be integrated into an existing grid.
To ensure that the power supply works reliably in the long term, the company offers users a needs-based service, trains the user’s own service personnel and provides a supply of spare parts.
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