The EcoFlow Smart Home Panel integrates EcoFlow DELTA Pro with your home to achieve a flexible, expandable home battery solution to store energy for later use. Link up to 10 of your home circuits for uninterrupted power during blackouts, smart energy management, and more. All while saving money in the process.
Backup Your Home
Power Self Sufficiency
Prepare your home for power outages.
When a blackout hits, the Smart Home Panel immediately switches to your 10 integrated circuits and draws power from your DELTA Pro(s). You’ll barely notice a loss of power as your chosen circuits stay powered with a mere 20ms switchover time.
Expand capacity and output.
The Smart Home Panel supports and fast charges up to two DELTA Pro(s) at a time, alongside their extra batteries + smart generator(s). That gives you a potential 240V, 7200W output and 25kWh of capacity at your control, enough to power pretty much anything in your home, delivering days of power during blackouts.
Control, monitor, and manage your energy use.
Control each of your integrated home circuits via the EcoFlow app and get a birds-eye view of your energy consumption habits. Dive into the settings to customize your power use. You can optimize for home backup, saving money, or custom options to schedule your energy use based on your needs. Once you’re set, you can even control which power source your house uses, all from your phone.
Save money on your electricity bills.
Draw power from your DELTA Pro(s) to power your home during peak energy use hours, this lowers your bills and reduces pressure on the grid during peak hours. During off-peak hours, use low-cost/renewable energy to charge your DELTA Pro(s) back to full.
How it all comes together.
The DELTA Pro Ecosystem all links together with the Smart Home Panel at its heart.
Achieve power self-sufficiency.
Reduce your reliance on the grid and prepare for blackouts. Opt for EcoFlow’s range of portable solar panels to store energy at any time, or charge from your AC coupled rooftop solar panels while the grid is on-line. No sun? We’re working on a wind turbine. No sun or wind? Charge via the grid. No sun, no wind, and a blackout hits? You’re still good. Lean on the EcoFlow Smart Generator as a last resort to charge your batteries.
This video explains the installation process for the Smart Home Panel.
This video introduces EcoFlow DELTA Pro Ecosystem.
What‘s in the box
1. Smart Home Panel, 2. Infinity Cable, 3. Wall Mounts, 4. Wire Connectors, 5. User Manual(Note:One Infinity Cable only for one Delta Pro. If you have two Delta Pro, please buy one more Infinity Cable.)
*This product does not provide an AFCI (Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter) function. All upstream breakers should be non-GFCI/AFCI. GFCI and AFCI protection should be downstream of the SHP using GFCI/AFCI breakers or outlets.
**How to choose Relay Modules:
Load planning: With a Smart Home Panel, selective loads are installed where they will be the most effective during power outages or energy savings management. Consider areas that would significantly affect comfort, such as refrigerator and lights, and choose the maximum of 10 selective loads from your breaker panel based on their efficiency in load.
Collect the load info: Determine the number and current rating of the load circuits that you plan to connect. Consult your electrician if you need support with this.
Determine the relay modules needed: Choose the relay module that matches the current rating for the circuit breaker upstream of that load circuit. Recommended relay modules for regions: 15A, 20A, 30A for US and Japan.
Frequently Asked Questions
120V / 240V
# of Controlled Circuits
30A, 20A, 15A
Max Backup Power
3600W / 7200W
Max Connected Battery Energy
Charging Input (DELTA Pro)
Wall mount, to be installed by a licensed electrician
18.1 x 11.8 x 4.7 in / 460 x 330 x 120 mm
20 lb / 9 kg
*Qualifying battery storage technology of 3kWh or more must be installed by a connection to a dwelling in the United States, lived in by the taxpayer. You should always consult your tax professional to determine your eligibility for the Residential Clean Energy Credit under Section 25D of the Internal Revenue Code given your individual situation. EcoFlow does not guarantee any tax credit based on our products, and any information we provide is for educational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. It does not constitute professional tax advice or financial guidance. It should not be used as the only source of information when making purchasing decisions, investment decisions, tax decisions, or execution. Consult a tax professional to evaluate your eligibility.
Effective date: Jan 1, 2023