The SFC hydrogen fuel cell technology

This is how the
SFC hydrogen fuel cell works

The power generating principle of EFOY hydrogen fuel cells

EFOY JUPITER fuel cells are based on PEM (polymer electrolyte membrane) technology. They generate power from the fuel hydrogen complemented by oxygen from the air. Hydrogen is directly converted into power. In addition to power, only water vapor is produced. This is exceptionally environmentally friendly.

Hydrogen for the EFOY JUPITER 2.5

Hydrogen is gaseous, colourless and odourless. It is typically stored in compressed gas cylinders from 200 to 300 bar. Based on its weight, hydrogen has a very high energy density, is safe for the environment and non-toxic to humans.

Through the electrolysis process, hydrogen can be produced in an environmentally friendly way from renewable energies such as wind or solar. The hydrogen produced in this way is carbon dioxide-neutral. The electrolytic production of hydrogen is the simplest and – in relation to the electrical energy used – a very efficient process. The water electrolysis and the fuel cell reaction are based on the same electrochemical principle: by reversing the current direction, electrical energy is consumed (electrolysis) or released (fuel cell).

EFOY JUPITER 2.5

Nominal outputs from 2.5 W up to 20 kW

The EFOY JUPITER hydrogen fuel cell expands SFC Energy’s extensive product portfolio with energy solutions in the higher power range. With just one control unit, nominal outputs from 2.5 W up to 20 kW can be individually scaled. Operation and installation are very simple and there are no emissions, so that the EFOY JUPITER fuel cell can also be used in ecologically sensitive areas. The fuel cell is very quiet and efficient.

Technical Data EFOY JUPITER 2.5

 JUPITER 2.5
Power output12500 W
Nominal voltage48 V DC
Supply voltage40.5 – 57.0 V DC
Weight27.0 kg
Connectable H₂ bottlesThe system has one connection. Multiple gas-bottles could be connected.
FuelHydrogen
Purity of fuel3.0 or better
Nominal fuel consumption 11 Nl H₂/min/kW
Temperature of air2-33 °C to +50 °C
Operating heightUp to 3000 m above sea level
Measurements l x w x h536 x 483 x 311 mm
IP-classIP 20
ControlRemote Monitoring Tool (optional)
Data-InterfaceCAN-Bus

1) When incoming air has a temperature of <30 °C and fuel cell has < 1000 hours of operating

2) Base load of 1000 W required for min. air temperature

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