Dyness solar batteries reviews

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About Dyness, Solar Batteries

Dyness solar batteries review

Dyness is a Chinese company headquartered in Xi'an, the capital of Shaanxi Province. The company doesn't really provide a lot of solid information about itself on the Dyness web site, but it appears its journey into manufacturing energy storage for residential purposes began in 2017 - so they are a relatively new kid on the battery block.

The flagship product for Dyness is the Powerbox, a modular system that enables expansion from 2.4KWh to 9.6KWh system in a single unit, and also run units in parallel for even more storage capacity.

It's not clear who manufactures the battery cells used in the Dyness Powerbox, but they are LiFePO4 chemistry; which is the safest chemistry when it comes to lithium-ion.  The warranty covers 3,650 full cycles (under very specific conditions - so check the warranty closely) or 10 years - whichever comes first.

It's also important to note Dyness doesn't have an office in Australia, so responsibility for warranty claims falls to the importer. 

SolarQuotes' Ronald reviewed the Dyness Powerbox back in 2018 and you can also find details of it on our battery comparison table

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