BH GSO IEC 61427-1:2017

Bahraini Standard   Current Edition
Approved on  21 June 2017

Secondary cells and batteries for renewable energy storage - General requirements and methods of test - Part 1: Photovoltaic off-grid application

Solar energy engineering
Including photovoltaic energy systems

BH GSO IEC 61427-1:2017 Files

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BH GSO IEC 61427-1:2017 Scope

IEC 61427-1:2013 is part of a series which gives general information relating to the requirements for the secondary batteries used in photovoltaic energy systems (PVES) and to the typical methods of test used for the verification of battery performances. This part deals with cells and batteries used in photovoltaic off-grid applications. This standard is applicable to all types of secondary batteries.

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