The Tesla Powerwall is an impressive piece of technology has been growing in popularity within Australia over the past couple of years. It’s significantly larger than the original Tesla Powerwall, but don’t let its size scare you – the Tesla Powerwall is still incredibly easy to install! Not only that but it has an excellent warranty that ensures a long lifespan. In this blog post, we will discuss all of the Tesla Powerwall dimensions and what they mean for you and your home!
What are the dimensions of the Tesla Powerwall?
Within Australia and New Zealand, the Tesla Powerwall is 1150mm tall, 753mm wide and 147mm deep. In terms of weight, it weighs 114kg. Further details can be seen in the Tesla Powerwall Datasheet for Australia and New Zealand.
How much space do I need to install the Tesla Powerwall?
You will need approximately 0.13m² of wall space to install the Tesla Powerwall. Tesla recommends that you have at least 0.76m² of available space for the Tesla Powerwall and Gateway.
We recommend leaving at least 600mm of space between the Tesla Powerwall and any windows or doors, likewise we recommend leaving 1500mm of space between the unit and any gas bottles that might be in the nearby area.
How many batteries can be installed together?
Tesla offer Powerwall Stacker Kits that allow you to install 3 batteries together on a floor. Each battery is installed in front of the other to minimise the space requirements.
Where can I mount a Tesla Powerwall?
The Tesla Powerwall can be mounted indoors or outdoors. Tesla recommends that you install the Powerwall in a location that is sheltered from the elements and away from direct sunlight. The Powerwall has mounting options for a floor or wall.
Each Tesla Powerwall comes with a fan, thermal heating and cooling elements that allow it to be installed in any orientation.