The battery is 6Kg/13.23 lbs and the inverter is 10 Kg/22.05 lbs
Yes. It can be removed from the vehicle and be brought wherever you go.
If you have Level 1 EV Charger (110V, 16A), Portable EVSE Home Electric Vehicle Charging Station (NEMA 5-15 Plug) you can connect it to the battery COR system and transfer power form the COR to the vehicles main battery. If your Electric truck is equipped with Bi-directional charging capabilities and connectors, then you can “feed” / charge, the main battery directly from our Terravis COR system.
YES. Please make sure you select from the available models at checkout.
We will provide more usage information as we get closer to full production.
All models are listed on our website. If your vehicle is not on our list, please choose the custom option and we will determine if a solution is available for you.
We will make warranty details available as we get closer to full production.
It depends on the size of your truck bed. However, our research data shows that it can generate anywhere form 450 watts to 800 watts depending on the truck bed size
Technically speaking it will work under any light condition. However, the brightest sunlight equals more power, conversely dim light will generate less power. To be specific, if your EV truck is parked in a lit underground garage, the Terravis COR system will still generate electricity, even if you park on a street overnight under a streetlamp. However, understand that the power generated under dim light will be minimal.
The number of KM that the Terravis COR can provide is relative to the size of the Solar cover installed on your truck. However, our estimates indicate and average of 25 or 30 km per day. Specific example: EV Truck with a 76KW battery with 800 Watt solar tonneau cover will generate 29 Km with 6 hours of solar charging.
A solar panel, or photo-voltaic (PV) module, is an assembly of photo-voltaic cells mounted in a framework for installation. Solar panels use sunlight as a source of energy to generate direct current electricity. A collection of PV modules is called a PV panel, and a system of PV panels is called an array. The Terravis array can be either 3 or 4 panels.
The solar panel are secured in a fashion similar to other tonneau covers therefore removing them would take time, skill and lots of noise generating lots of attention. However, if your liftgate is locked that would negate access to the mounting hardware thereby making it very difficult to remove.
If you have bidirectional charging on your electric truck and depending on the size of its motors, you can use it to add approximately 50 to 60 km range to your vehicle. In case of emergency, power failure etc. you can use it to power anything from a heat source to a ventilator, and with its hot swapping feature you could extend its available energy beyond what any other product on the market can provide. Use it on the jobsite to power tools and charge batteries and use it to in conjunction with our solar array to generate and use power where there otherwise wouldn’t be any available like when you’re camping in remote locations.
One 1500 KWh battery can power a 42” LED TV for 15 hours. Portable 25W fridge 61 hours, circular saw 13A/1500W = 1 hour of continuous operation. Subscribe on our website to learn more as it comes out.
The maximum with current solar technology is 800 watts.
It will be made in at our new factory in Canada with parts sourced locally and globally.
Our headquarters/factory is located in Mississauga, Ontario. Canada and we have a distribution center in Buffalo, New York.
A hot swap is the replacement of a power supply while it is in use powering something. In our case, you will be able to replace a depleted battery, with a another fully charged one, while the system (TV, computer, etc.) using it remains in operation without incurring any power interruption.
As many as you wish, but our in-bed system can accommodate up to 3 additional batteries as well as one inserted in the inverter.
YES, the system is currently spec’d to utilize three external batteries and one inserted into the inverter.
- The Battery COR system is not designed to be exposed to water.
- The solar tonneau cover is waterproof.
No. Is should not be used in the open under any types of precipitation.
The approximate operational temperature range is between -30C and 60C
The Inverter output is Vrms, inverter power output is 1500 W, inverter current output is 13.6 Arms and the individual batteries are Lithium-Ion.
YES, our solar cover and energy storage systems (ESS) is covered by several patents.
Yes, this option needs to be discussed with the business development team.
Directly through our eCommerce portal and through select partners that we will give further information on at a later date.
Our pre-production prototype will be available to see through our media channels within the next few weeks.
Yes, but in all situations proper care must be given to ensuring people safety and that the battery system is used according to our specs.
No, the battery can be bought separately and can be charge with by standard wall outlets at home and set aside in case of emergencies, or to power tools and other devices.
Our COR energy storage system (ESS) will be available to everyone world side. No truck is necessary. We will also make available versions of our solar system that does not require a truck in the near future.
No. the battery must be used with the inverter.
No, it would be able to be charged by standard wall outlets, 12V car outlets and compatible third party portable solar panels.
If you own a 600 W solar tonneau cover, it will take 2.5 hrs to charge one battery. If own a 800 W solar tonneau cover, it will take 1hr and 52 minutes to charge one battery. If you are charging at home using 110 volt VAC wall outlet, it will take 54 minutes to charge one market.
Yes. There will be a Bluetooth app that can control the COR energy storage system (ESS). The app will also have the ability to monitor the entire system from cover to individual batteries when connected all together.
Same concerns apply to our product that applies to all products that utilize batteries and generate electricity.
Estimated prices as follows*:
- Battery and inverter: $2000
- Cover only: $1500 – $2000
*Final prices may vary. All prices are quoted in USD.