Use the surplus solar energy generated at your roof to heat up the water
Can heat water forcibly by timer or by “boost” button
Abundant information display, real time display, historical energy savings figures and running status
Easy and fast to deploy by using existing facility, no wiring between controller and sender
What do you need?
Home PV System
Hot water Dr. System
What can you get?
Fully utilise the solar energy Generated by your PV system
Save on your energy bill heating water via your solar PV
Perfect harmony between solar energy and grid power
Hot water Dr. Controller
Operating Voltage 220-240 Vac
Maximum Loads 16A Resistive (up to 3.6kW)
Operating Ambient Temperature -10 to 45ºc
Hot Water Sender
Battery Type 2”AA 1.5V alkaline battery
Battery Life Cycle 1 year (easy to replace)
Operating Radio Frequency 433 MHz
Radio Range Up to 30m indoor
Operating Ambient Temperature -25 to 50ºc
Dimensions 78x90x32 (excluding clamp)
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*Your actual savings will depend on many factors that are subject to change and impossible to predict with certainty. These factors include: the design and performance of your solar PV array, how you use energy in your house, prevailing market and regulatory conditions that aect electricity prices and the accessibility of grid trading services. As an illustration, you could reduce your eective electricity bill by 70%, or £274, by installing a Social Energy battery alongside an existing solar PV system. These total savings are based on a property in the OX17 area with an annual electricity consumption of 3100kWh (Ofgem medium TDCV) paying a unit rate of 16.07p/kWh (excluding the standing charge), annual solar generation of 3940kWh, and solar self-use of 20.7% resulting in an electricity bill (excluding standing charge) of £366. Year 1 benefits totalling £274 are achieved by fitting a 3kW/4.5kWh battery that reduces import of energy from the grid and credits from grid trading. The reduction is therefore 100% x £ 274 / £366 = 74.9%. In order to benefit fully from these savings, you must have your energy supplied by Social Energy, a smart meter (2nd generation ) installed in your property providing half hourly readings, up to date payment made by a variable Direct debit, and all of this managed through your online account – so you will need to be able to access digital channels to manage your account validation for original electricity bill calculation if existing solar installation (bill plus calculated solar saving, what variables involved etc. and their unit price) All figures correct as of April 2019.