The Aobo Uhome battery is a high-performance lithium battery with a capacity of 2.4kWh, a charge and discharge rate of 30A, and a depth of discharge of 90%. It is equipped with integrated Wi-Fi, making it future-proof with firmware updates. Unlike most lithium batteries, the Aobo Uhome battery has a wide temperature tolerance and can maintain full capacity down to zero degrees. It is modular and can be connected in parallel or series, making it suitable for low or high voltage systems.

The battery’s exceptional hardware allows for very high performance and power loads, and when used with a combiner box, a single stack can charge and discharge at 7kw when paired with the Lux Power AC Parallel controllers. The Aobo Uhome battery is expandable and can be fitted with 1 to 8 batteries, allowing customers to start with a 2 or 3 battery system and add more later if required.

Additionally, the battery has a fast charge and discharge rate, achieving up to 3.5Kw with just 2 Uhome 2400 batteries and up to 3.6Kw with 3 or more batteries attached to the Lux Power LXP 3600 AC Controller. It comes with a 10-year manufacturer warranty and has an inbuilt modem for remote monitoring, firmware upgrades, performance checks, and troubleshooting.


  • 2.4kWh Capacity
  • 30A Charge & Discharge Rate
  • 90% DOD (Depth of Discharge)
  • Integrated Wi-Fi for future firmware updates
  • Low Temperature operating performance
  • 10 Years Warranty
  • Modular – 1 to 8 batteries in parallel connection
  • Very limited performance reduction compared to many lithium batteries
  • Superior charge and discharge rates of 30Amps for faster charging and discharging capability
  • Individual modem inbuilt in each battery for easy internet connection and specific monitoring, technical support, and future upgrades
  • Can be connected in parallel for low voltage systems or series for high voltage capacity
  • Expandable up to 8 batteries
  • Fast charge and discharge rates
  • 10-year manufacturer warranty
  • Inbuilt modem for battery monitoring, firmware upgrades, performance checks, and troubleshooting