|Battery Name||ZBM2 / ZCell|
|Technology Class||Zinc-Bromine Flow|
|Nominal Voltage||48 VDC|
|Number of Battery Modules||50A|
|Maximum Continous Discharge Rate||75A|
|Rated Capacity (@ 100% DOD)||10 kWh|
|Weight||ZBM2 240 kg / ZCell 290 kg|
|Size||278.2 L (ZBM2 only)|
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The ZBM2 was designed by Redflow, an Australian company founded in 2005 and based in Brisbane. The battery modules are manufactured in Thailand by MPTS (previously North America by FLEX). The unit installed at the Battery Test Centre is a ZCell, which is the ZBM2 battery packaged in an enclosure.
The Redflow ZCell battery at the Battery Test Centre is connected to two Victron MultiGrid inverters.
Redflow's website can be accessed here.
Testing update: The unit at the Battery Test Centre had an electrolyte leak and Redflow replaced the unit. Cycling of the new unit commenced in February 2019.