Adding storage capacity to existing Blue Ion systems
If you are adding storage capacity to an existing Blue Ion project, each enclosure or battery module must be within 0.5 VDC of the rest of the system before you can commission the entire system. If any component of the system is outside of ...
Battery Combiner Options for Multiple Blue Ion Systems
Combiners When using more than one Blue Ion battery cabinet from Blue Planet Energy you may want to use a third party battery combiner to share the power and energy supply between all inverters and solar charge controllers associated with ...
Blue Ion Namaka Installation and Pre-Commissioning Manual
Blue Ion Namaka Installation and Pre-Commissioning Manual Blue Planet Energy proudly presents Nāmaka, our communications integration solution. Standard with all Blue Ion HI orders and available as a retrofit for Blue ...
Blue Ion 2.0 Spec Sheet REV092019
Designed, assembled, and tested in Hawaii by Blue Planet Energy, the Blue Ion 2.0 is a premium energy storage system that provides unparalleled safety, reliability, and performance. Our company, design process, and craftsmanship are guided by ...
Dark Start Guide
If your Blue Ion HI or 2.0 ever gets to an extremely low state of charge, you may encounter a situation known as a Dark Start. This situation arises when the system is allowed to discharge below the voltage necessary for the Battery Management Unit ...