If you’re thinking about whether a solar battery might be right for your home, you might be wondering about safety. Like any household device, it’s a vital consideration.
The good news is, solar batteries are considered very safe. Most use lithium-ion technology which means the risk of putting a solar battery on the side of your house is similar to having mobile phones or laptops in your home – it’s essentially the same technology.
Like solar panels, you should hire a Clean Energy Council accredited installer to install your battery system. An accredited installer should make sure the battery is installed safely and in accordance with strict Australian standards, and that all cables will be installed out of reach.
Safety and security that won’t break the bank
The DC Sunny Saver is DC Power Co’s high-quality, affordable battery package for under $6000 plus installation.
It uses reliable Samsung battery cells and comes with a number of safety features within the battery management system (BMS) at a cell-level and battery system level.
You can also protect yourself from summer blackouts with the Emergency Blackout Box, and the system’s extended warranties will give you confidence that it’s built to last.