Small wind turbines
The smallest Windside turbines can power low-watt DC equipment in places with a high probability of frequent medium-high wind speeds. Suitable areas include seashore & small islands, ...
Rated power: 11 kW
Dalifant is a small wind turbine solution designed to yield maximum energy at a given rotor diameter. It is installed on a design-protected 20 metre wooden tower created by InnoVentum. ...
Rated power: 2 kW
... businesses, the Skystream 3.7 paved the way as the first compact, all-inclusive personal wind generator (with controls and inverter built in) designed to work in very low winds. It produces up to 400 ...
Rated power: 1 kW
The Passaat is our longest running wind turbine type. Thousands of Passaats have found their way across the world in the last decades. The Passaat has a maximum output of 1,4 kW and a span of 3,12 meters. Product ...
Rated power: 20 kW
Tozzi Green offers leading edge solutions in the small wind turbine sector, with its 10 kW and 60 kW wind turbines and their unmatched performance starting ...
Rated power: 1,500 W
... day and night. Low noise aerodynamics and designed to perform in low wind speeds. The models WINDFORCE6000 charge both 12V and 24V battery banks (automatic detection). These wind generators are ...
Output voltage: 24 V
... Withstanding typhoon or hurricane. Application Environment: Suitable for wind-solar-powered streetlamps/lighting systems, ornamental lighting system, etc. where the mean annual wind speed is low.
Aeolos-H 500W wind turbine is a simple, easy installation and free maintenance small wind turbine with permanent magnet generator. Aeolos 500w wind ...
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How to choose this product
A small wind turbine is one supplying between 100 W and 20 kW of electricity. Most are three-blade, horizontal axis machines mounted on a mast from five to 35 meters high. As with larger wind turbines, battery storage is part of the system.
These turbines are found primarily in rural areas, far from conventional power plants. The wind turbulence inherent in urban settings reduces their efficiency and output.
How to choose
Power needs, wind velocity, available installation space and local regulations will influence choice of turbine.
- Uses an inexhaustible resource
- Requires maintenance
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