A smart home system Made specifically for the DELTA Pro ecosystem, the Smart Home Panel connects the DELTA Pro portable power station right to your home’s wiring. 13 Relay Modules included.
The EcoFlow Smart Home Panel is a smart load side transfer switch that can be used as a fast-charging docking station for the DELTA Pro in the grid mode and can switch 10 downstream load circuits between the grid and the backup generator when the power grid goes down.
Part of the the DELTA Pro ecosystem, you can finally enjoy peace of mind knowing that your home will always be powered up in case disaster strikes. Get seamless integration with other ecosystem products and feel confident knowing you have emergency backup power and it can help lower energy bills as well! (Delta Pro Power Station sold seperately, required)
Backup power for essential home appliances When the grid goes down, the Smart Home Panel instantly switches to battery backup mode using any connected DELTA Pro units. Your home will go on strong with up to 7200W of power and 25kWh of energy when properly equipped.
EcoFlow app control Monitor, control, and manage energy through the EcoFlow app. The app gives real-time metrics and lets you avoid peak rates.
Peak rate avoidance If you’re on a time-of-use billing rate, you can use the Smart Home Panel and attached DELTA Pros to store energy when rates are low and consume it when rates are high.
Sustainable & self-sufficient When you attach MC4-compatible solar panels to DELTA Pro, your home gets a little more eco-conscious. The Smart Home Panel links free, renewable solar energy to your wall outlets, lighting, and other fixtures. With enough solar input, your home can become self-sufficient.
What's In The Box -
- Smart Home Panel
- Infinity Cable
- Wall Mounts
- Wire Connectors
- 13 Relay Modules included
- 5x Relay Module(15A) + 5x Relay Module(20A) + 3x Relay Module(30A)
- User Manual
(Note: If you have two Delta Pro Power Stations, please buy one more Infinity Cable.)
Electrician required for installation.
This product does not provide an AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) function. All upstream breakers should be non-GFCI/AFCI. GFCI and AFCI protection should be downstream of the SHP using GFCI/AFCI breakers or outlets.
Load planning: With a Smart Home Panel, selective loads are installed where they will be the most effective during power outages or energy savings management. Consider areas that would significantly affect comfort, such as refrigerator and lights, and choose the maximum of 10 selective loads from your breaker panel based on their efficiency in load.
Collect the load info: Determine the number and current rating of the load circuits that you plan to connect. Consult your electrician if you need support with this.
Determine the relay modules needed: Choose the relay module that matches the current rating for the circuit breaker upstream of that load circuit. Recommended relay modules for regions: 15A, 20A, 30A for US and Japan.