The HOME Power Standard 6.5 kWh
The HOME Power Standard 6.5 kWh
The HOME Power Standard 6.5 kWh

The HOME Power Standard 6.5 kWh

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The 6.5 kWh Humless Home Power Standard is a battery for your home. This battery is an all-in one solution that converts DC power from either solar panels, a wind turbine or hydro turbine system into AC power that can be used by your home. You can also charge your Humless from the grid.  

When your chosen system produces more electricity than you consume, the excess is stored in the battery instead of being sent back to the electric grid. In the evening, or during a storm, when your panels aren't producing enough electricity to meet your needs, you can use the electricity stored in your Humless instead of having to buy expensive power from the local utility.

When the grid goes down, your humless senses the loss of power and begins to draw power from your battery instead of the grid. All Humless systems come with built-in AC and DC charge controllers along with an inverter and a battery management system.

What does that mean? That means unlike most batteries on the market, if there is a power outage and the grid goes down, you not only have back-up power stored in your battery, but, your battery can also re-charge from your solar panels, your wind turbine, your hydro turbine or even a gas powered generator.

True Off-Grid Energy

Most home power storage systems don't have built-in charge controllers and inverters. When the grid goes down all they have is the power stored in their battery. Their external inverters are "grid-tied". They can't recharge their battery with solar power when the grid is down. That means you can't really live off-the-grid with their batteries! With the Humless all-in-one solutions, like the Home Standard, you'll have stored power and peace of mind that when the sun comes out you can recharge and harness that amazing solar power.

Safe & Reliable

Your standard Lead Acid or Lithium Ion battery comes with a host of problems that make them unreliable or even dangerous for home use—such as emitting harmful gases or even starting fires! The HOME Standard’s battery is a Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePo4) battery. These batteries are proven to be the safest type of Lithium batteries. They will not overheat, and even if punctured they will not catch on fire. They are lighter, charge faster and have a longer life expectancy.

Charges Quickly

The the latest Lithium Ion NMC Batteries, from Samsung, in combination with the advanced type of A/C and D/C Charge controllers that are used in the Humless Home Power Standard, allow for incredibly fast charging times. Eight (8) 300 Watt PV Panels could charge your 6.5 kWh battery in just over 2.5 hours. Power from the grid would charge it in nearly the same amount of time.

Easy To Install & Use

The majority of the home energy storage systems you see today require expensive specialists, take days to install and a list of other parts you need to buy to get up and running. The HOME standard can easily be configured by any electrician in just a few hours. After that, it just works. The HOME series is designed to be a simple all-in-one system that anyone can use.

STORAGE - 6.5 kWh

SYSTEM WORK MODEL - On And Off-Grid Hybrid


LIFESPAN - 2,500 Cycles

SIZE - 30.7 x 13.7 x 35.8 Inches

WEIGHT - 287 Lbs.

INPUTS - 106-132 Volts AC Charging (Grid) • 70~150 V DC Charging (Solar, Wind, Hydro)

MAX AC INPUT POWER - 3,000 Watts (120 VAC);

MAX PV INPUT - 2,400 Watts




OPERATING CONDITIONS - Temperature: 32-104° Ferenheit (Charge); 4-122° Farenheit (Discharge); Humidity: 5-90%


To be a self-powered home, you need to combine solar energy and a Humless to have the capability to power your home both day and night. In the daytime, your solar panels may produce more energy than your home is using. Your Humless stores that excess solar energy and makes it available when you need it, even at night. You can manage what power is used when through the Humless website or through the touchscreen on your unit.

If you already have solar: To estimate what size of battery you would need (6.5 - 20kWh's) first look at your energy bill to see how many kWh's your PV system is producing during the day. Then, look to see how many kWh's you are using. Lastly, check the number of kWh's you are sending back to the grid, and the number of kWh's you are purchasing from your utility.

Example: My 5 kW PV system produces on average, 18 kWh's of energy a day. Of those, I'm only using 10 kWh's as it is being produced. The rest (8 kWh's) I am sending back to the grid and getting credits for. At night, when my solar system is not proucing power, I use power from the grid until the sun comes up in the morning. Ususally I use 5 kWh's of grid power during that time.

Now, when I use a Humless, my system still generates 18 kWh's of energy. I'm still using 10 kWh's as it's being produced and then 6.5 kWh's goes to fill up my Humless. So now, I'm only sending 10.5 kWh's back to the grid. When the sun goes down I can now use power from my Humless instead of grid power and I'm still sending back 1.5 kWh's a day to the grid and getting my credits.

*Your specific system sizes, energy use, and day-to-day needs will vary.  

How Long Will The HOME Power Standard Run In An Emergency?

That entirely depends on what "Essential Items" you need to power and how much energy they each consume.

Calculating the energy consumption of an appliance or electronic device is fairly easy. Most devices have a label that lists how many watts it uses, either on the device or in the owner's manual. If you don't have access to either one, search our Wattage Guide Page for an estimated Wattage for your device.

Too discover how long a fully-charged HOME Power Standard will last with each item you want to power, simply multiply the unit's wattage by the number of hours you use it to find the number of watt-hours consumed each day. (Watts x Hours of Use = Watt Hours)

How Long Can The HOME Standard Power
Your Essentials?

In a power outage, for most people, the necessities are staying warm or cool enough, preserving food, pumping out flood waters, having light and staying connected. To others it's having a hot shower, and not missing thier favorite TV shows.


No Puddles Here. An energy efficient, medium sized refrigerator that is rarely opened can use just          800 Wh per day


In an outage its nice to stay connected and be able to tell your loved ones you are safe. Charging your phone uses   15 Wh per day


Space heaters are power hogs. If blankets aren't enough, bring out the electric blanket to keep warm.      480 Wh per night


  If you turned on 6 LED lights for 5 hours a day you would use about 56 Wh for each bulb. We love LED's!           336  Wh per day


Heating enough water for each 10-minute shower with an electric water heater uses     1200 Wh  

CPAP Machine

If you have one, it's a necessity. Be able to get a good nights rest and breathe  700 Wh


Stay connected and stream away. In eight hours a modem and router uses      160 Wh


Board games can get old. Binge w atch six hours of your favorite show on a 49” LCD    336  Wh

This guide is for reference only. Product watts will vary depending on make & model. Check individual product specifications for accurate watts usage.

Your HOME Power Standard will power these essentials for:


Your HOME Power Standard will always tell you how many hours and minutes of power you have remaining with the current load charging. When you plug in or unplug items it will automatically re-calculate.


The HOME Power Standard stores 6,500 watt hours of usable electricity, and can be recharged using solar power (if you have it) in just 2.7 hours. If you don't have solar power, it can charge from grid power in just 2 hours.


How Many Solar Panels Can I hook up to it?

When charging your Humless HOME Power Standard, you need take note of the both the wattage and voltage of the solar panels. The maximum amount of DC power you can send into the HOME Power Standard at one time is 2,400 Watts at 150 Volts.

The voltage that your PV system generates depends on how your panels are strug together. If they are connected in parallel, the total voltage output remains the same as it would for a single panel, but the output current (Watts) becomes the sum of the output of each panel

If they are connected in series, the total voltage is found by adding up the voltages produced by each individual panel.

For example, the 250 Watt Humless HOME Panels create up to 250 watts of power at 30 Volts each. If 10 panels were chained in a series that would create 2,500 Watts of power at 300 volts and would exceed the maximum input. If they were connected in parallel, they would create the same 2,500 Watts of power but at only 30 Volts.

What Kind Of Lithium Battery Is Used in the HOME Power Standard?

The Humless HOME Power uses a Lithium Ion NMC battery. A few advatages these lithium batteries have over other Lithium Ion batteries:

Longer Life Cycle - The GO Mini’s state-of-the-art Lithium Ion NMC (Nickel, Manganese, Cobalt) battery boasts over 2500 FULL cycles, or about 8-10 years of daily charging and discharging.

1/3 The Mass & Weight - Lead Acid batteries lead the terms of size and weight. Humless Lithium Ion NMC batteries are trimmed down to be 33% less bulky than the other guys. That translates to your battery taking up way less space.

Safer - Lithium Ion batteries and Lead Acid batteries can both pose serious risks to you, your family and your property. The former can sometimes burst into flames—remember all those phone battery recalls? The latter can sometimes release poisonous gases. We built a battery free of both issues, keeping you and your family safe wherever life takes you.

No Charge Memory - When we talk about charge memory, we’re referring to the tendency of certain batteries to “remember” improper charging procedures, your battery will stop charging to its full capacity—forever. The HOME Power Standard ALWAYS charges to its manufactured capacity, every time. You can charge with confidence, never worry about loosing capacity due to improper charging ever again.

Will Cold or Hot Weather Affect My Battery Capacity?

Optimal storage temperature for your HOME Standard is between 32-104 degrees farenheit. If you wil be living off-grid in sub zero tempertures or extreme heat and your HOME Standard will be outside, we recommend keeping your unit in an insulated cooler, connected to it's power source. That will help keep the battery at it's highest capacity.

Does Humidity Affect My Battery Capabilities?

Yes, the optimal moisture for storage is less than 90% humidity. Do not leave your HOME Power Standard out in the rain or operate in wet conditions. In order to avoid shor circuits or electric shock, DO NOT operate in an extremely humid or wet environment. 

Can I Charge It With A Gas Genertor?

Yes, But I would run a short extension cord from the gas generator that is outside, to your Humless that is inside, or at least covered. You want to make sure to keep your HOME Standard in a cool, dry place to ensure maximum functionality.



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