Above is set to 54V~32V, 3.6kWh Graphene SC energy storage module, these can be assembled into large Residential banks or large commercial energy storage towers to supply commercial power supply for the community.
By adding a Super Capacitor (SC) Module matched to your systems Voltage, will instantly extend the life of any existing energy storage, as Capacitors are a lot better at supplying large, instant, on demand high Amp energy, appliances commonly draw for short periods, and that is what saves & extends the life of other battery technologies!
Most SC Modules have Cell Management System (CMS=BMS) to protection Cells & circuit/boards, some use Zener Diodes or sometimes called "Breakdown Diode", these do several things, protect each cell from over Voltage & Heating and they also slow the voltage drain from the capacitors over time.
Energy drainage is a Daily event, SC Energy Charging & Drainage does not effect the SC Cells, and are suited to 100% DOD as a daily event without damaging the charge capacity.
SC provide far superior life-cycle between 30'000~50'000 cycles compared to any other energy storage technology, so if drained totally each day these will possibility still out live you!
Graphene SC modules can also deliver & be discharged up to and over 1000AH if demanded, SC can also be charges in 10 minutes using high Amps, compared to hours for all other energy storage technologies.
By adding a Super Capacitor (SC) Module correctly matched to your systems Voltage, you definitely extend the life of your existing battery storage system. SC's are hugely better at supplying large, instant, on demand high current, and therefore the electrical power, commonly drawn by appliances for short periods either at start-up or peak power demand times.
Short high current spikes induce heating inside the battery. Every high current spike induces a thermal expansion followed by a subsequent cool down and physical contraction of the electrolyte which is a poorer heat conductor than the surrounding battery metal electrodes. The difference in thermal expansion coefficient between the electrolyte and electrodes means that physical stress is induced at the interface of the electrode and electrolyte, as well as throughout the electrolyte (as it heats up the most). Many of these thermal spikes eventually induce a physical breakdown of the battery internal components. It's like battering the battery with many micro karate chops - eventually the battery internals turn to putty.
If you want to learn more about this effect, then look up something called the S-N / Woehler Curve on Wikipedia.
Important: Please note that all amounts and estimates shown above can be set to actual market rates, and are used for symbolic estimation purpose only. The actual figure depends on lots of issues including quality of materials, power conditions, operational temperature and others. These amounts and figures should be considered as example only, if used as an actual return to investment!