Powerwall is a home battery that allows you to use your solar produced power after the sun goes down, to serve as a backup battery when the grid goes down, and to achieve net-zero energy for your home. It’s the future of home energy.
You want to run your home on solar power as much as possible. Powerwall stores excess solar energy generated during the daytime to run your home at night.
You want a back-up power source to avoid power outages in your home. Powerwall can be used for important devices that require a constant power supply like business or medical equipment.
You own your home. Powerwall adds value to a home and comes with a 10-year warranty.
You want to maximize the use of solar power. Powerwall can be installed in conjunction with a new solar array and inverter or can be retrofitted to an existing system.
A typical Powerwall system includes solar panels, an inverter, a meter, and a secondary circuit.
1. Solar Panels
Panels convert sunlight into electricity that powers your home throughout the day and charges your Powerwall to be used at night.
2. Powerwall 2
The home battery is charged with electricity generated by solar panels or from the utility grid.
The inverter converts direct current (DC) electricity from solar panels, the grid and Powerwall 2 into the alternating current (AC) used by your home.
4. Electrical Panel
Electricity from the inverter is sent to your home’s electrical panel.
Usable Capacity13.5 kWh
Depth of Discharge100%
Power7kW peak / 5kW continuous
Supported ApplicationsSolar, load shifting, backup, off grid
ScalableUp to 9 Powerwalls
Operating Temperature-4° to 122°F / -20°C to 50°C
DimensionsL x W x D: 44” x 29” x 5.5”
Weight264.4 lb / 120 kg
InstallationFloor or wall mountedIndoor or outdoor
CertificationUL and IEC certifiedGrid code compliant