Field test: PV Modules

A real world comparison between Mono, Poly, PERC and Dual PV Modules.

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Installation date: 09-03-2020

* This is a field test and the results are specific for this installation on this location please research which is the best solution for your own situation as the results can be different based on environmental influences.

Total solar yield as of 27/03/2023 when the results were reset:
Mono: 9158 kWh
Split-cell: 9511 kWh
Poly: 9113 kWh
Perc: 9471 kWh
Perc-east: 1970 kWh
Perc-west: 1730 kWh

Energy storage: family home

Always uninterrupted clean power means peace of mind.

An Energy Storage System stores solar energy into your battery during the day, for use later on when the sun stops shining or when the grid fails. When the battery is full, excess solar energy is used to power the loads and in some areas it can sold back to the grid automatically. When it has insufficient energy or power, it automatically buys it from the grid. Insights in energy usage behaviour vs the solar yield will help to become more and more efficient and move further away from the grid.

Compared to a backup system, an Energy Storage System not only extends your up-time, it also lowers your utility bills, increases power security and cost-effectiveness at the same time. How far you wish to move away from the grid is your choice. Our modular setup means you could start small and scale up later. Our authorised installers will gladly help you with creating your unique power roadmap.

Energy Storage System

for a family home

This example is aimed at customers who wish to maintain quality of life at home at all times and wish to lower their utility bills at the same time. Their base loads are powered by the sun with the grid assisting with peaks in demand, or in case of a grid failure, by the battery. Let’s see how it all comes together.

Backup Energy consumption


Peak power requirement


In this example

The energy consumption is calculated by adding up the sum of the essential consumers X the expected duration of a black-out. Add all the Watts of the simultaneously used consumers to calculate the required peak power.

Off-grid sizing tip:

In existing installations, ask your installer to install an energy logger to make a blueprint of your real-life energy behaviour, to exactly know what to plan for.

Obvious choices

System Design


A walk-through of Design Considerations for an Energy Storage System in a family home.

  • 01

    Why is the Quattro a good inverter for this Energy Storage System?

    Our best-in-class inverter/chargers have powered the most demanding off-grid challenges for many years. The Quattro range is the best choice when 2 AC inputs, such as the grid and a generator. The Pure Sine Wave inverter technology safely powers sensitive electronics such as computers and any load problem free. Charging of the battery bank is done by the built-in charger. A seamless switching UPS function makes sure the Quattro takes over when the grid or generator fails. When the batteries reach critical levels, the Quattro can auto start the generator to power the (peak)loads and charge the batteries, and can be stopped when they reach a certain level, or when the grid comes back on-line. It also turns ‘bad generator power’ into perfect power, ironing out potential hiccups in the sine wave.
    The Quattro inverter/charger is home to many of the Victron Energy innovations that counter off-grid challenges. PowerAssist boosts generator power with power taken from the batteries in case of sudden power peaks, which allows you to downsize on generators. PowerControl dynamically adjusts the charge current to avoid generator or grid overload, prioritising the loads over charging the bank. The Quatrro seamlessly works together with all the components in the system, for instance a solar array, which can charge the batteries and power loads directly (through the Quattro). Learn more about the Quattro range

    The professionals' choice

    Quattro 48/8000/110-100/100. This system works with 48V battery banks, it’s 8000Va AC inverter output capacity is perfectly sized for this luxury home. It can charge with 110 Amps, and has 2x 100 Amp maximum AC current inputs, all settings are programmable. The Quattro also has 2 AC outputs. The second output is live only when AC is available on one of the inputs of the Quattro. Loads that should not discharge the battery, such as swimming pool pumps can be connected to this output, offering full flexibility for appliances that need to remain powered up in case of a grid failure.
    All our inverters are renowned for their extreme resilience in the toughest of circumstances. For installations installed in high-temperature environments, please consider the temperature derating factor when sizing your inverter, see the datasheets for more info.
  • 02

    Lithium or lead-acid battery bank for this Energy Storage System, in what size?

    There are many reasons why to choose for either technology. But let’s have a quick glance at the cost-effectiveness and the practical differences.

    Cost-effectiveness of Lithium batteries vs lead-acid batteries

    When choosing an off-grid battery bank there is primarily the choice in technology: lithium or lead-acid. For off-grid applications, Lithium has quickly become the new standard in larger (residential and commercial) systems because of performance reasons, but also due to their lower cost-per-cycle. For smaller systems the lower cost-per-cycle situation is also true, however the higher upfront investment led many to consider Lead-acid batteries. Due to a continuous downwards price pressure, the tipping point towards Lithium for small off-grid systems is closer than ever and in some regions already there.

    Practical differences of Lithium batteries vs lead-acid batteries

    Using Lithium in off-grid systems
    Using Lead-acid in off-grid systems
    Lithium is the new standard in larger off-grid systems, because of its reliability, performance in high temperatures, optimal scalability, fast (dis)charging abilities (ideal for solar powered applications) and from an investment perspective: a long cycle life which translates into a lower cost-per-cycle compared to lead-acid. Also, it is relatively ‘maintenance free’, which is often seen as a favourable factor in designing reliable solutions, especially for remote installations. Practically they are way lighter and more compact, ideal for cases with space- or weight restrictions.
    Using Lead-acid in off-grid systems
    Lead-acid battery types also are a viable option; off-grid installations have relied on them for years and many still do. While they offer a lower initial investment, they do require more discipline by it’s end-users, ensuring the system is closely monitored, isn’t discharged too deeply, fully charged regularly, internal battery liquids filled. When this is taken care of, lead-acid based systems do provide a safe and reliable option. Looking at the total life cycle of a system, lead-acid batteries often have a higher cost-per-cycle and these days, in some regions, even a higher upfront investment.

    Victron Energy offers full flexibility when it comes to selecting an off-grid battery bank of choice. Next to our own range of quality batteries, the choice includes a number of well supported third party Lithium battery manufacturers that can be easily integrated through the use of a GX-device. This flexibility enables our customers to perfectly match their off-grid needs for their unique power situation.

    Check the manufacturer's data sheets for the expected cycle life and see what works in your (business) case. Each manufacturer comes from a different background and each may have it’s pros and cons for your local situation (availability, support, performance in hot/cold climates, installability, pricing, etc). Therefore, feel free to reach out to a nearby Victron Authorised installer and ask for their local know-how.

    Victron Energy is renowned for support of third party Lithium battery manufacturers. Great efforts are spent to ensure a deep and problem free integration with other brands such as FreedomWON, BYD, Pylontech, MG Energy, to work seamlessly with Victron GX equipment. Ask your local authorised installer for recommendations. Check the supported brands Ask your local Victron installer

    The professionals' choice

    Lithium: 30kWh - Third party Lithium battery module + Cerbo GX: In this example, 20kWh is enough to power the daily energy consumption. Considering typical system losses of approx 15% and the maximum Depth of Discharge (DOD) of 80% a total of 30kWh of battery modules is required.

    The percentage of battery capacity used for self-consumption is configurable. When utility grid failure is extremely rare it could be set to 100%. In locations where grid failure is common - or even a daily occurrence - you might choose to use just 40% of battery capacity and save 60% for the next grid failure. African countries for example. With insights from VRM you can optimise this setting, for maximum efficiency.

    When using a third party Lithium bank, a GX device is mandatory, such as the Cerbo GX. Integrated through a CANbus interface, the GX device is used to set up, manage charge and discharge limits and to exchange error codes and state of charge information.

  • 03

    How much solar works for this ESS, with which MPPT controller?

    Every system is different and each location may provide unique challenges. Many variables need to be considered and there are multiple configurations when implementing ESS systems, check the links on the right for more info or ask your installer what is the best solution in your area.

    In general, size the solar array with +20% of your base load or towards the max input of your MPPT +20% to rely more on the sun than on the grid.
    Geographical location data and panel orientation must be considered.

    In this example a fairly large solar array is able to charge the battery in 3-4 hours and powers the loads during the rest of the day. With insights from VRM you can analyse the energy consumption and solar yield, to learn how to adjust to more energy efficient behaviour or to expand with more solar and battery capacity to become independent of the grid.

    ESS configurations
    Get a rough idea on your solar needs with our calculator. Explore the different configuration options in our ESS design and installation manual or get inspired with our ESS brochure. Use our solar calculator ESS Brochure ESS Manual Ask an installer

    The professionals' choice

    Smart Solar MPPT RS 450/100 Our new RS MPPT Solar charge controller accepts a PV voltage between 80V to 450V which offers full flexibility in the solar array setup and can charge the battery bank with 100A. This translates into a max charge output of ±5,8kWh with an incredible 96% efficiency. The solar charger also accepts a significantly oversized solar array (7,2kWp) thanks to its current limiter and has 2 independent solar tracking inputs. This combination means an impressive output, harvesting most of the solar yield, even early in the morning and very late into the afternoon; loads can be directly powered by the solar array (through the Quattro) and the battery bank can be charged earlier in the day. For maximum sizing of the solar array itself it is recommended to work with +20% compared to the MPPT controller max input, to deal with inefficiencies caused by long cable runs, high temperatures, etc.
    When calculating the solar array size and configuration, be sure to also take the Temperature Coefficient of the solar panels into consideration; lower temperatures (for instance in the early morning), can cause the solar panels Voltage to rise. However the Maximum PV Open Circuit Voltage of the MPPT must not be exceeded in a low temperature situation. Check the manufacturers data sheets for more info.
  • 04

    How can I rely less on my generator for backup power and bring down my fuel bill?

    Many customers may already have a backup generator in place, which they now fully rely on during black-outs. With Victron’s hybrid generator concept you can now become less reliant on these noisy, fuel consuming, maintenance heavy polluters. In the hybrid concept, the battery bank and the inverter take the primary role to power the critical loads in case of a grid-failure. Only when the batteries reach critical levels (in case of a long black-out), the system can be programmed to auto start/stop the generator, which will then power the loads and charge the batteries back to a certain percentage.

    With this hybrid concept, your fuel and maintenance bills go down significantly. Thanks to our inverters with PowerAssist, you can now also choose a smaller generator, the inverter will use additional energy from the battery to power peak loads during a black-out. With our long list of possible settings to auto start/stop the generator you can even program the system with generator-free times, to avoid the genset from being started in the middle of the night.

    The professionals' choice

    In this Energy Storage System example the existing generator was integrated with the Quattro to charge the batteries when they reach critical levels. The generator can be fully controlled by the GX device, from the house, or remotely.
  • 05

    How can I (remote) control my system, prevent issues and manage third party battery banks?

    GX-devices are the communication centre of an installation, giving you perfect control over all systems components and maximise their performance, no matter where you are. They are also essential to integrate a third party Lithium battery bank.

    Always in perfect control

    Through our free VictronConnect app and the Victron Energy Remote Monitoring portal or laptop, you can check the system from local and remote. Monitor the battery state of charge, power consumption, power harvest from PV, generator and mains, or check generator tank levels and temperature measurements. Catch potential issues early by programming alerts and alarms in order to prevent definitive system failure.

    To add remote connectivity, the GX device can join an existing WIFI connection. Otherwise, a GX LTE 4G can provide a mobile internet connection for the system and connection to the VRM Portal. It works on 2G, 3G and 4G networks. Smaller systems without GX can do with the GlobalLink 520. It connects 2 VE.Direct enabled devices to VRM without any monthly fees or subscriptions, for the first five years.

    When using a supported third party Lithium bank, a GX device is mandatory, such as the Cerbo GX or inverter/charger models that have GX functionality built in. Integrated through a CANbus interface, the GX device connects to the BMS of the battery bank and is used to set up, manage charge and discharge limits and to exchange error codes and state of charge information. Everything to make the battery bank work perfectly together with the wider Victron Energy system
    Victron Energy is renowned for support of third party Lithium battery manufacturers. Great efforts are made to ensure a deep and problem free integration with other brands such as MG Energy, FreedomWON, BYD, Pylontech, to work seamlessly with Victron Energy GX equipment. Ask your local authorised installer for recommendations. Check the supported brands Ask your local installer

    The professionals' choice

    Cerbo GX and GX Touch The Cerbo GX maximises the performance of your systems components in real-time and keeps them in perfect tune. Its optional GX Touch screen is perfect for systems built into a neat cabinet or a hard to reach place, showing the system status at a glance. The GX device is connected to the VRM platform through an existing WIFI connection.
  • 06

    Should or could I separate critical consumers from non-critical consumers in my backup system?

    Large energy consumers such as washing machines, pumps, air conditioning, or electric stoves may become a challenge for a limited backup capacity of the battery bank and can probably wait until the grid is back. Most of our inverter/chargers come with 2 AC-outputs, one for the critical loads (lights, fridge, TV, alarm systems, etc) and the second AC output for non essential loads. This way, your battery capacity is ready for the essential loads and your system can be sized in the most cost-effective way.

  • 07

    How can I improve the cost-effectiveness of a backup, ESS, or off-grid system?

    To improve the cost-effectiveness of a backup, ESS or off-grid system, it’s worth taking a look at the energy consumption side, rather than having to size (and finance) a system to power inefficient devices. A recommendation would be to work with appliances that have an A+ energy rating or higher (fridge, inverter air conditioners, LED lights), to minimise the use of electrical energy. It is not uncommon for regions (Africa for instance) to choose alternative forms of energy for cooking and (water)heating, such as solar water heating systems, or with gas, decreasing the need for power.

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System specifications

for a Lithium based system

How do the system design considerations translate into a robust system?


AC devices (single phase)

Every ‘household’ appliance or ‘heavy duty tool’ you would expect at home or at work can also be found in independent energy systems. All these devices need an Alternating Current (230V or 110V) to run.

Some of these devices such as computers can be sensitive to the quality of the inverted power (bad shore- or generator AC-input power can influence this quality negatively). Motor driven or heat generating equipment may require a high start-up current. All our inverters produce a pure sine wave, even when the AC input quality is less good, ensuring that sensitive loads can be powered and enjoy a peak-power of generally 2x of the inverters rated capacity to power even the heaviest of loads, or basically any load, problem free.

A recommendation would be to work with appliances that have an A+ energy rating or ideally higher (A+++) to minimise the use of electrical energy, especially for the larger consumers (Fridge, inverter air conditioners and choose LED lights).

Examples of AC-devices:

  • Heavy duty tools such as a drilling machine or a jigsaw
  • Computers
  • Phone chargers
  • Fridge and freezer
  • Lights
  • Coffee machine
  • Microwave
  • or basically any AC powered device you can think of


Generators produce mostly AC current to offer independent electrical power where needed. They help charge the batteries and power the (peak)loads in case of grid or shore power shortings or failure.

In all cases, Victron Energy solutions can help you reduce the reliance on these noisy, fuel consuming and maintenance heavy generators, providing an eco-friendly and cost-saving alternative.

Some smaller systems can now just run on batteries, other systems can do with smaller generators, or less generator time. For larger systems, generators may be an unmissable component in the setup, but the dependence on them can be reduced, for instance by adding solar power or battery backup power, only using the generator when the state of charge is too low, or the (peak) power demand too high.

Victron Energy systems are recognised in the market for their great ability to master hybrid generator concepts, which comes with several advantages:

  • Longer generator free periods.
  • Reduced rating of the generator.
  • Reduces shore power requirement.
  • Uninterrupted AC power on board.
  • Increase redundancy and therefore safety.
  • Easy programming of (multiple) generator start/stop rules, based on a variety of system parameters.


Inverter/charger/MPPT convert DC power from the batteries to AC power, safely powering appliances or heavy duty tools with 230V (or 110V in other markets) and take power from the solar array to charge the battery and/or power loads directly. Their built in charger uses grid, shore or generator power, using the best adaptive charge algorithms for your batteries of any kind.

All Victron Energy inverter/charger/MPPT are developed for professional duty, enjoy a reputation of extreme resilience and are built on decades of field experience in the most demanding conditions. Our extremely resilient inverter/charger/MPPT are the best choice when both inverting and charging from AC inputs (such as shore or grid power, generators or AC-PV inverters) are required and grid usage is to be minimised by adding solar power.

See our inverter/chargers/MPPT's

Service Batteries

The service battery, also called a house battery or battery bank, stores power for the system's consumers, providing autonomous power especially for moments when input power sources aren’t (fully) available.

Victron Energy offers several battery technologies, all designed for professional performance, reliability and long service life in the most demanding environments. They come with a 2 year worldwide warranty and our datasheets offer a fair picture of the performance and expected life cycles, meaning no investment surprises along the way.

Victron Energy also offers full flexibility when it comes to selecting an off-grid battery bank of choice. A large number of well supported third party Lithium battery manufacturers can be easily integrated through the use of a mandatory GX-device. This flexibility enables our customers to perfectly match their off-grid needs for their unique power situation. When working with unsupported brands, a Victron Energy Battery Monitor is required to pass on accurate state of charge readings to the wider system.

While there are multiple technologies to choose between, the main choice is between lead-acid and lithium which mainly depends on the expectations of the performance, cost-per-cycle and physical aspects (size/weight).

  • Choose Lead-Acid when:
  • Use occasionally
  • Lower purchase cost
  • Weight and space are not an issue
  • Normal charging
  • Choose Lithium when:
  • Intense daily demand
  • Lower cost per cycle
  • Weight and space considerations
  • Super fast charging

The above probably cuts 45 years of battery development expertise a bit short, for more info check our deep dive.

Deep dive: Lithium or lead-acid Check which third-party battery banks are supported See our wide range of batteries

Solar Chargers

A solar charger gathers energy from your solar panels, and stores it in your batteries. Using the latest, fastest technology, our solar chargers maximise this energy-harvest, driving it intelligently to achieve full charge in the shortest possible time whilst maintaining the batteries health, ensuring better performance… and a longer life.

In most cases, the light intensity of the solar panels is changing constantly, which affects their performance. Victron Energy solar controllers use ultra fast maximum power point tracking to squeeze up to 30% more power out of your panels.

Smaller models have an intelligent load-output, preventing damage caused by running batteries 'flat'. Smart models allow the solar harvest to be tracked and analysed through the free VictronConnect app, other connectivity options allow a remote connection through our VRM portal. For larger systems, solar chargers can be synchronized, so they act as one large and very efficient charger. For systems with large series connected PV arrays charging 48 V DC battery banks, high voltage models are available.

See our Solar Calculator to size the solar panels and select a MPPT charger

Solar panels

Solar panels catch the energy from sunlight and forward it to a solar charge controller which stores that energy in the systems battery bank. Adding solar panels to your system means free energy, independence from the grid and allows you to downsize or eliminate the need for noisy, fuel consuming and maintenance heavy generators.

Victron Energy offers a wide range of highly efficient solar panels that have exceptional low-light performance and high sensitivity to light across the entire solar spectrum, making it the perfect choice for any system. Victron Energy solar panels meet the most stringent safety requirements and their limited warranty means no surprises along the way.

See all our solar panels


All Victron Energy smart products can be monitored and controlled from the palm of your hand. Just connect the VictronConnect App via Bluetooth and you’ll have direct access to the performance data of your system. You can also easily change settings, turn devices on or off and much more.

Non-smart devices with a VE.Direct port can also become smart, through the use of the VE.Direct Bluetooth Smart dongle

It is also possible to monitor and control your system remotely. VictronConnect-Remote functionality enables Victron products with a VE.Direct interface to be accessed remotely through a GX product, via the VRM online portal. This powerful feature allows full product configuration and monitoring from practically anywhere in the world using the VictronConnect app. The user interface experience is just like the products were connected locally using Bluetooth or a wired VE.Direct to USB interface.

See what the VictronConnect app can do See our GX-devices

Cerbo GX & GX Touch 50

The Victron Energy Cerbo GX is the communication-centre of your systems installation, allowing you to always have perfect control from wherever you are and maximises its performance. The optional GX Touch 50 is a companion to the Cerbo GX, it’s five inch touch screen display gives an instant overview of your system and allows you to adjust settings in the blink of an eye.

Instantly monitor the battery state of charge, power consumption, power harvest from PV, generator, and mains, or check tank levels and temperature measurements. Easily control the shore power input current limit, (auto)start/stop generator(s) or even set quiet periods to avoid starting the generator in the middle of the night. Change any setting to optimise the system, follow up on alerts, perform diagnostic checks and resolve challenges remotely with the free Victron Remote Management (VRM) portal.

The Cerbo GX is an easy to use visual system and turns any power challenge into an effortless experience. Simply connect through our Victron Remote Management (VRM) portal, or access directly, using the optional GX Touch 50 screen, a Multi Functional Display or our VictronConnect app thanks to its added Bluetooth capability.

To successfully integrate a third-party battery bank, a GX-device such as the Cerbo GX is mandatory to manage charge and discharge limits, to exchange error codes and state of charge information with the wider Victron system.

See our GX-devices

VRM - Victron Remote Management

Monitor and manage

Monitor and manage your Victron Energy systems from anywhere and catch potential issues early by setting alerts and alarms. With VRM you are always in perfect control from wherever you are.

VRM works with a GX-device such as the Cerbo GX with internet connection, the GlobalLink 520 or GSM LTE 4-g for smaller systems.


Monitor the battery state of charge, power consumption, power harvest from solar, generator and mains in real-time. Optimise the energy harvest and usage with history graphs and detailed analytical reports. Catch potential issues early by setting alerts and follow up on alarms to prevent definitive system failure.


Easily control the shore power input current limit, switch on the inverter, (auto)start/stop generators or even set quiet periods to avoid starting the generator in the middle of the night. With VRM you can change any setting, follow up on alarms, perform diagnostic checks and resolve challenges from wherever you are.

See all our GX-devices

Ask your local Victron Energy Professional.

Every off-grid system is different and different locations present unique challenges. That is why Authorised Victron Energy Professionals are trained with the highest level of know-how. Their local expertise is vital. All the variables need to be considered with regard to the local climate and local costs of solar panels, battery banks, etc. They feel a great responsibility to always advise the right solution and do whatever they can to provide peace of mind for years to come.
Always feel free to ask your local Victron Energy Professional
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Why Victron Energy?

It’s not one thing that makes it all work.

Our modular, robust and connected off-grid systems have been proven to deliver unequalled reliability time and time again, even in the harshest of climates. But it’s our unique combination of up-to-date hard- and software, intelligent monitoring Apps, the network of highly trained Authorised professionals and widespread repair centres that turns a Victron Energy system into an unbeatable system, that is Powered by know-how.

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Why Victron Energy?

Reliability powers long service life cycles.

When making power supply investment decisions, calculations purely based on price can be deceptive. Their true performance and expected service life cycle are equally important. Good thing Victron Energy equipment lives up to their specifications, both in terms of performance and expected life cycle (when used as designed). Our 5 or 10 year warranty and fair and fast repair policies mean your investments are protected and under most circumstances, won’t let you down.


Why Victron Energy?

How efficiency translates into great cost-effectiveness.

With battery based power systems, efficiency is always key to providing great levels of cost-effectiveness. From our incredibly efficient SmartSolar Charge Controllers to the way our inverter/chargers can provide a super efficient Energy Storage or off-grid system, or how complete systems are optimised by our GX devices: with a Blue Power system you can be sure that all the details are thought through and that our products live up to their (efficient) specifications. This, combined with our reputation for extreme resilience and expected life cycles, translates into cost-effective solutions, especially when compared to ‘cheaper’ options.

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Why Victron Energy?

Clean power. New businesses.

By replacing generators with solar energy as the primary source of power, power security is increased, maintenance reduced and overall energy costs lowered to a tipping point where independent energy systems enable a whole new generation of business models. By providing sustainable power at scale new business opportunities are within easy reach, even at remote locations where there is no grid present at all. Fish farms or entire factories and resorts can be started or converted, wherever it is needed. The positive social and economic advantages are substantial and far-reaching and with Victron Energy you can power it all.

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Why Victron Energy?

Backup and off-grid powered by know-how.

Our global network of ±1000 highly trained distributors, installers and service partners are always on hand to help. From stock advice, installation recommendations, after-care and technical support. With the Victron Energy team, their partners and lively community you can always be sure the power of know-how is by your side.

Thanks to our customer feedback loop, data and knowledge sharing, we innovate 24/7. We are powered by know-how, it keeps us going and our users going - ensuring peace of mind in off-grid for years to come.

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