1. How do I know the Voltstack power station’s battery is overloaded?
If it is a temporary or “jolt” overload, the state of charge Intervals on the battery monitor will be flashing. If the overload persists, the unit will power down.
2. How do I recover if the battery pack is overloaded and the Voltstack has powered down?
Turn off any equipment the unit was powering. Restart the Voltstack, and check if the state of charge is sufficient, then begin powering on all the equipment items/systems one at a time, checking that none of them induce another overload. Resume regular operation once all loads are reconnected, and no overload is detected.
3. What is the immediate response in case of overheating or fire?
If it is safe, turn off any equipment connected to the Voltstack power station, remove anything combustible from its vicinity, and power off the Voltstack. Do not attempt to extinguish the fire, and do not put anyone in danger trying to power off the device. Evacuate personnel from the vicinity of the unit.
4. How do I safely connect to the grid?
The Voltstack power station is designed for safe, easy grid recharge using the charging ports. However, DO NOT connect to either grid power or other power generation supply through the AC output connectors. This will permanently damage the unit and may cause a dangerous electric shock.