$199.99

Wind Turbine Generator Kit 400Watt DC12V Indoor Outdoor Using of 3 Blades Marine, rv, Homes, Businesses and Industrial Energy Supplementation+ Controller +Flange

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; HIGH POWER GENERATION RATE, rated electric energy production up to 1000KW·H each year. In effect, it is far more than this result about 3-5 times than it.; EASY DIY INSTALLATION, human-friendly and delicately design, no maintaining. Red…

3 reviews for "Wind Turbine Generator Kit 400Watt DC12V Indoor Outdoor Using of 3 Blades Marine, rv, Homes, Businesses and Industrial Energy Supplementation+ Controller +Flange"


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    The paint job is the only thing good about this wind generator. The first problem the buyer faces is mounting the unit on a tower. The simplest method for me was to have the base plate welded to a 1.5″ pipe coupler. This raises problems in that there is barely enough space on the base plate to weld without obstructing the bolt holes. Further, it’s odd that the base is smaller in diameter than the wind turbine’s base it bolts to. I did finally manage to get the turbine mounted to the pole. The rest of the assembly was easy. Next came the wiring to the charge controller and that’s super simple. It would almost have to be deliberate to wire it wrong. By the way, there is a very poor instruction sheet with a language translation that suggests they might not have command enough of the English language to give accurate instructions. Once the turbine was wired I had a green light on the charge controller but there is no indication on the instruction sheet for what that means. In the week I allowed for testing the unit the green light never extinguished. Perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised. I never saw the wind turbine turn a single revolution. From my rooftop, I could see the wind turbines of three neighbors and all of their turbines were spinning – fast! As for the question of whether the charge controller was signaling that my batteries were fully charged, no, they were not. As I said, I allowed a week to see the generator turn and it never did. Needless to say, I’m sending it back.As an afterthought, I’m not a novice with wind generators. I’ve had one for eighteen years that finally failed beyond cost-effective repairs. Was hoping this would be a suitable replacement.


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    Good turbine but requires a base to be made to be made in order to mount it. Specs provided in instructions but base had to be machined and welded which added to the expense of the turbine.


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    Well built and easy to put together. Can not say that it is provided with a charge controller in the normal sense of the world. Referring to the ability to switch from bulk to absorb to float. May not be ideal for charging batteries but probably good at heating water. Looks like the electronic module provided is just a rectifier and RPM limiter. Very poor technical documentation and much of what you get is in Chinese. What do the red and green LED signify?

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