The MobilHybrid is an innovative storage system it is connected between power generators and electricity consumers. The mobile hybrid stores the electricity from the generator and passes it to the consumer, as required in just the right amount without any waste of electricity.
Exactly for these applications the mobile hybrid has been developed. It ensures with its innovative technology that the generator can be switched off when the load of electricity consumers is small, so less than the rated power of the mobile hybrid in use. If the energy in the batteries ends or the load demand is higher than the power of the MobilHybrid, the MobilHybrid turns the generator automatically on. If the load demand is greater than the generator power, the Mobilhybrid switch on and the two power sources are added together by the Power-Boost-Function.
Throughout the world, diesel or gasoline generators are used when electricity is needed and no grid connection is available. Outside of cities, at construction sites, at outdoor events in the open or in the exploration of oil and gas. In all of these applications, very heterogeneously electric power is required. The load varies from 100% to a few percent during the night or periods of rest. Unfortunately, diesel generators have at loads below 50% a very poor efficiency. Less than 30% capacity, the service life of the generator is even significantly reduced because soot particles are settled in the oil and the cylinders which can destroy the engine. To avoid this, load resistors are often connected to the generator at 30% part load.
What is a MobilHybrid?
The MobilHybrid is a mobile and intelligent controlled electricity storage. It enables a economical and environmentally friendly and continuous supply of your electricity demand. Almost better than a grid.
The all-new MobilHybrid for power generators
Save up to 50% of your operational costs
Calculating 280 days operation time a year with MH-24, 24 hours per day and the previous load course over the day 20.200 EUR will be saved per year with a 45kVA diesel genset.
Become independent with the solar option and MobilPV, the self-sustaining mobile power source
With MobilPV for the first time fast, reliable and mobile use of photovoltaic is made possible. Whenever the supply of diesel is costly. MobilPV is the perfectly matching solution to supply your mobile hybrid power system. A MobilPV system generates enough power to charge on a nice day your mobile hybrid up to 2 times again fully.
The clever folding system of MobilPV allows the assembly and disassembly of the modules for 2 persons in less than 10 minutes. The robust construction provides protection and safety even during frequent transport. It is limited to the dimensions of a euro pallet to simplify handling and storage.
One or two MobilPV systems may be connected to a MobilHybrid system, delivering up to 40 kWh of electricity which are produced at low cost and eco-friendly every day.
Calculating 280 days operation time a year, 24 hours per day, a solar power plant of 3 kWp and the previous load course over the day 23.200 EUR will be saved per year.
Uninterruptable power supply application (UPS)
A lot of industry applications do not allow disruptions of power supply. In countries with unreliable power grids this is a severe problem for the growing of the industry.
The solution for these applications is the MobilHybrid system. Containing a UPS-functionality, MobilHybrid replaces the inactive public power grid without disruption of power at the outputs. On order to cover longer power disruptions we recommend to add MobilPV to the system, in extreme situations a diesel genset should be added. Power disruiption and re-establishment of the power supply are detected automatically and processed internally.
The powerboost function adds up the power of the diesel genset and the MobilHybrid. Consequently, a smaller diesel genset can be used for covering peak loads and for that, the costs come down by 30%.
Product range MobilHybrid
|Typ MobilHybrid||MH -3||MH -4||MH -8||MH -12||MH -18||MH -24||MH -36||MH -48||MH -72||MH -108|
|continuous power VA at 25°C||2400||4000||8000||12000||19500||24000||36000||48000||72000||108000|
|top performance VA 25°C 5 sec||6000||10000||20000||30000||48000||60000||75000||120000||150000||225000|
|output voltage V AC||1 AC 230 V||3 AC 230 / 400 V|
|input current max. AC||50A 1ph||100A 1ph||100A 3ph||2*100A 3ph||3*100A 3ph|
|max. output current (with external AC source ) A||26A (32A)||32A (32A)||63A (63A)||63 A Option : 125A (125A)||2*125A (2*125A)||3*125A (3*125A)|
|protection functions||Overload, over temperature, short circuit, discharged batteries|
|earth fault||40A 1ph 30mA FI||63A, 1ph 30 mA FI||63 A 3ph 100m A FI||125 A 3ph 300 mA FI|
|usable battery capacity kWh||4,5||9,1||12||18||24||36||48||72||108|
|Input Connector||CEE 32A 1ph||CEE 63A 1ph||CEE 63A 3ph||63A Option : CEE 125A 3ph||2*CEE 125A 3ph||3*CEE 125A 3ph|
|Output Connector A||1 x Schuko 16 A||CEE 63A 1ph||CEE 63A 3ph||63A Option : CEE 125A 3ph||2*CEE 125A 3ph||3*CEE 125A 3ph|
|Output Connector B||1 x Schuko 16 A||3 x Schuko 16A IP54|
|Charging time at the net to full charge||2,5h|
|Auxiliary contact (remote start Dieselgen.)||Harting HAN-7D|
|Battery monitoring||LCD Display: Voltage, Power, State of charge, runtime, load cycle|
|Operating temperature range||-10°C bis +45°C|
|Dimensions W x D x H mm||600 x 800 x 1200||800 x 1200 x 1290||800 x 1200 x 1690||800 x 1800 x 1690||2 x 800 x 1200 x 1690||2 x 800 x 1800 x 1690||3 x 800 x 1800 x 1690|
|weight kg ca.||360||525||750||1230||1480||2035||2*1480||2*2035||3*2035|
|Optional Photovoltaic loader||Controller with up to 8kWp connectable module output|
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