Tesla Powerwall 3 | Now Available2024-01-22T14:37:45-06:00

Tesla Powerwall 3

Back up your whole home with the new Powerwall 3! This DC battery system with solar integration offers improved surge power capability, and is designed for new and bigger solar systems.

Backup Your Home

During Outages

Power More Appliances

with Increased Power Output

Built-In Inverter

The Tesla Powerwall 3 for Homes and Businesses

The Tesla Powerwall 3 is specifically tailored for those who are eager to embrace the latest technology from Tesla. If you value being at the forefront of innovation, Powerwall 3 is your gateway to early adoption.

Unlike Powerwall 2, Powerwall 3 comes equipped with its own inverter, eliminating compatibility concerns with other micro inverters. If you were contemplating micro inverters, the Powerwall 3 provides a seamless solution with its own integrated inverter.

If you have high draw loads and demand a higher energy output, the Powerwall 3 is designed to meet those needs efficiently. In some scenarios, two Powerwall 3 units may provide a comparable solution to three Powerwall 2 batteries, offering flexibility and optimization for your energy requirements.

Specifications of the Tesla Powerwall 3

  • Energy Capacity: 13.5 kWh
  • Can be coupled with up to 20 kW of solar energy
  • On Grid Power: 11.5 kW continuous
  • Backup Power: 11.5 kW continuous. 150 LRA motor start. Seamless backup transition.
  • Inverter: Solar-to-grid efficiency 97.5%.

    6 solar inputs with Maximum Power Point Trackers.

  • Dimensions: 45.25” x 24” x 7.6”

Frequently Asked Questions About Tesla Powerwall

Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular source of renewable energy for residential and commercial properties alike.

The average home with one 200 amp electrical panel will need at least two Powerwalls, and if the consumption for that one panel is high, it is recommended to get three Powerwalls.

Yes, a Tesla Powerwall can run an air conditioner, depending on whether you have partial or whole-home backup and what circuits you choose to be backed up by your battery at the time of installation.

The Powerwall is charged by solar during the day when solar panels are producing more electricity than the home is consuming. Powerwall then stores that energy until the home needs it, such as when solar is no longer producing at night or when the utility grid is offline during a power outage.

A single Powerwall can store and provide up to 13.5 kWh of electricity. If you have one Powerwall, you can cover lights, emergency circuits, and outlets. If you need to power larger appliances consuming more power, you will need at least 2 to 3 Powerwalls with higher storage capacity.

The Backup Switch is a device that detects outages in the grid and disconnects solar power from it to provide backup power. It also functions as a site meter. The Backup Switch can be installed on whole-home backup systems, but some utilities may not approve it.

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