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Pylontech US3000C 3.5kWh Li-Ion Solar Battery (excl. brackets)

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The US3000C is a HESS solar battery system provided by Pylontech, developed with its own lithium iron phosphate cell to ensure the highest safety value and most promising life cycle. A self-designed BMS protects the cell from abnormal temperature, current, voltage, SoC and SoH.

The Pylontech US3000C has an incredible DoD of 95%. 


  • Vertical industry integration ensures a cycle life of 6000 cycles 
  • The compact and fashionable design fits in your home environment
  • Deliver up to 3.5kW* with single module (3.5kWh) - * please note this value is inverter/charger dependant, typically the maximum sustained value is 1.8kW per battery
  • Modular design gives the end customers the power of choice of capacity
  • Compatible with a large number of Hybrid inverters
  • Simple buckle fixing minimize the installation time and cost
  • Provides pre-charge function to protect ESS system from surge current. 
  • Up to 16 units can be stacked in parallel

You can now register the Pylon US3000C for an additional 3 years of manufacturer warranty for free. Go to and complete the information on the 'sign up battery' page.

The US3000C can be used to expand an existing US3000 bank. Please note, the US3000C needs to be used as the master battery when used to expand an existing US3000 bank.

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questions alan on 16/08/2021

Hi. Will it be better to use 2 X pylon 2500 batteries instead of 1 X 5000 battery?


Hi Alan, the UP2500 is a 24V battery whereas the UP5000 is a 48V battery, so it will depend on the battery voltage of your inverter.

questions nomvuzo on 18/06/2021

Good day I have a Mecer Axpert 3000VA 24v inverter. Will this battery be compactible?


Hi Nomvuso, no they won't - The US300C is a 48V battery, whereas your inverter is 24V. Try tow of these 12V Li-ion batteries instead:

questions paul on 18/05/2021

Is it possible to control two Axpert 5kw inverters connected in parallel and 4 Pylon US3000 battery


Hi Paul, yes you can have two inverters and four batteries connected together. You would need to select the correct Axpert however, In this case, an MKSIII or a KING inverter.

questions Frits on 13/04/2021

Hello Does the US3000C come with cables to connect it to a US3000B? If not please provide a link for interconnection cables. (Power and comms)


Hi Frits, yes the US3000C comes with a set of short link cables to parallel to the next battery.

questions Stuart on 18/03/2021

Hi, If I were to connect 4 of these to 2 Axpert MPS5K inverters in parallel, how are the batteries managed? Via their own system or can they connect to the inverter for management. If not, can they be managed another way? Like an external BMS?


Hi Stuart, the Pylontech batteries communicate with some Axpert models like the VMIII, KING, and MAX and are managed automatically.

In the case of the Axpert MKSII or some older models, this functionality does not exist and you can either set the battery parameters manually through the inverter settings, or you can buy something like the ICC Raspberry PI (LINK) to control the batteries and perform other monitoring tasks on your set up

questions Ojo on 18/02/2021

Can a single unit of this battery work with the Xantrex 24V inverter? What nominal voltage is supported?


Hi Ojo, this is a 48V battery, therefore it will only work on 48V inverters.

questions Yash on 16/02/2021

What does this mean? please note this value is inverter/charger dependant, typically the maximum sustained value is 1.8kW per battery. If i buy a 8kw Suncynk Inverter?


Hi Yash, the Pylontech's and many other Li-ion phosphate batteries) are what is know as 0.5C batteries.

In essence, this means that they cannot be fully discharged from full over a time period of less than 2 hours.

Put another way, you cannot draw over 1.75kW from the battery for any period of more than a few seconds - to do so would drain the battery too fast

Therefore if you have only 1 of these batteries connected to a 5kW inverter (assume no solar panels for clarity) and there is a power faliure, your inverter will effectively be limited in its power output to 175kW.

Only when you have 3 batteries connected (3 x1.75kW = 5.25kW) will you be able to draw the full 5kW from the battery bank that the inverter is capable of delivering.

questions Dirk Swart on 09/02/2021

Will the US3000C be compatible with the US3000B ?


Hi Dirk, yes it is compatible as long as the US3000C is used as the master battery.

questions Jasper Jonker on 29/01/2021

Good day will this work with a 5kVA 5kW 80A PLUS Axpert Type Pure Sine Wave Inverter


Hi Jasper, yes the US3000C will work with most Axpert type inverters that have 48V battery inputs.

BMS communications, however, is only available on a handful of the latest Axpert models such as the King and the VMIII

questions Konrad  on 24/11/2020

Will the 3000c work with my exciting 2000b battery?


Hi Konrad, it's not recommended, since the US3000C's rated current capacity will be decreased to the US2000 rate.

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