Anti Rust Home Wind Turbine Generator System With Brushless 3 Phase
Stainless Steel Rotor
A typical stand-alone system consists of a small wind turbine and
solar panels to generate electricity connected to a charge
controller which controls the pace at which batteries are recharged
which is connected the battery bank. You will then need an off-grid
inverter to convert the DC electricity stored in the battery bank
to AC electricity which is more commonly used in home &
Wind on grid / grid tied system for electricity reduction or FIT
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National- authenticated high-tech enterprise
AAA-level Standardization Good Compliance company in Guangdong
Membership of World Wind Energy Association & Only Chinese
Company listed into WWEA quality product catalog for eight
Vice Executive Director of National Wind power equipment
Membership of National solar association
Main drafter for National Standard of Off-grid wind solar hybrid
systems and take part in the edit of international standard
Undertakes Wind turbine R&D project of China’s12th five-year
l35 technical patents
HY-1500 wind turbine specification
|Rated rotation speed||750rpm|
|Start-up Wind Speed||2.0m/s|
|Cut-in Wind Speed||2.5m/s|
|Rated Wind Speed||12m/s|
|Survival Wind Speed||50m/s|
|Noise Level||<20 dB (5m behind turbine @5m/s gusting)|
|Generator Type||Three phase PMA|
|Wind Turbine Type||Upwind|
|Tower connection||Flange connection|
|Strong wind protection mode||electromagnetic brake, blades aerodynamic brake|
|Service life||20 years|
Q: How do HYE wind turbine work?
A: Wind turbines operate on a simple principle. The energy in the
wind turns 5 blades around a rotor. The rotor is connected to the
main shaft, which spins a generator to create electricity.
Q: Why choose a horizontal wind turbine?
A: The advantage of horizontal wind is that it is able to produce
more electricity from a given amount of wind. So if you are trying
to produce as much wind as possible at all times, horizontal axis
is likely the choice for you.
Q: What is the difference between on-grid and off-grid turbines?
How do I know which one is right for me?
A: If your home currently gets its energy from a utility company,
you will need an on-grid turbine, which helps decrease your monthly
utility bill by generating energy your home draws on before it
turns to your utility company for energy. If you currently don't
have the option of buying energy from a utility company, you have
what is known as an off-grid need. Homeowners with off-grid needs
often create what is known as a hybrid system, which employs both
wind energy and energy generated by solar photovoltaic cells to
keep their batteries charged.