What if you could power your whole house during blackouts?
WattsHUB connects up to 20 Watts modules. Huge power and capacity that can last through blackouts
A smart and simple solution which integrates into your home's electricity panel, supplying both phases
Connect Watts modules to your electric panel with the WATTS.HUB
WattsHUB bonds 2 stacks of Watts modules quickly and easily without tools. It allows to power up all the sockets and lights at home.
Use devices such as clothes dryer, stove, in-wall electric heater during blackouts without any restrictions.
WattsHUB enables in-phase synchronization between two single-phase 120V/60Hz Watts modules (or stacks) to achieve a 240V/60Hz output.
Power your home with Solar energy
You can now install up to 20kW of solar panels directly on the WattsHUB. No need for a separate inverter.
Solar energy is used to supply the load , and any surplus is stored in the WATTS modules to be used later on the day.
Frequently Asked Questions
WATTS allows for the creation of a personal independent power plant from any available source of energy (solar panels, wind generators). It's as easy as turning on the TV, just plug it in the socket and press the power button.
We offer you the opportunity to be independent from energy companies, power line accidents, power supply failures, etc.
WATTS is an environmentally friendly energy source, just attach solar panels to it and say NO to harmful emissions from fuel power plants!
One module provides 1.5kW/2.2 kW at peak. Please check out this chart for more information
We are confident in the high quality of our products, so we offer you a guarantee for 7 years from the date of purchase of the product.
Our engineers ensure that lithium-ion batteries installed in WATTS can withstand up to 2000 cycles! This will allow you to use one battery much longer than other manufacturers. WATTS Battery offer you the maintenance of your device in good condition by replacing the battery pack at 2000 cycles of full discharges.
The lifecycle o a battery is the number of charge/discharge cycles a battery can perform until its nominal capacity is reduced to a certain value. In modern batteries, this value is 70-80%. After the end of the life cycle, the battery does not stop working, but loses a certain percentage of its capacity. Modern lead-acid batteries are designed for 200-300 cycles, standard lithium - for 500-800 cycles.