The Japanese manufacturer Toyota it wants to expand its dominance in electrical storage and is hell-bent on giving Tesla a run for its money. Now in a system similar to Elon Musk’s Powerwallthe Japanese took out the so-called O-Uchi Kyuden System which has a capacity of 8.7kWh and an output of 5.5kWh.
The O-Uchi Kyuden system uses electrified vehicle battery technology, such as Toyota’s Battery Control.
This ensures safety and provides a supply of electricity to the entire house not only in normal situations, but even during power outages caused by natural disasters.
Also, by linking with a photovoltaic system, it can supply the right amount of electricity based on customer needs throughout the day and night.
The system supports power supply of electrified vehicles (HEV, PHEV, BEV, FCEV) at 100V AC, and can use the electricity stored in electrified vehicles as a backup power source during power outages, allowing users to live with peace of mind.
Finally, the possibility of using the Internet of Things model using a wireless LAN router connected to a hybrid power conditioner allows storage capacity, operation mode and other settings to be viewed and configured in real time from an application. dedicated on a smartphone or tablet.