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Ideal for backup and off-grid power, The Sunforce 600W Wind Turbine will generate power day and night! Charging 12V and 24V battery banks, this turbine is constructed with aerodynamic fiberglass blades to ensure low wind noise. A weatherproof industrial strength design makes for do-it-yourself, maintenance-free installation. For safe and efficient charging, the turbine is accompanied with a Maximum Power Point Tracking Charge Controller that maximizes power output for optimal charging capability and battery health.
Sunforce 600 Watt Wind Turbine. This versatile wind turbine charges both 12 Volt and 24 Volt battery banks to help run your appliances and electronics. Ideal for cabins, 12 Volt battery charging, remote power, back-up power and more, this unit is made with aerodynamic fiber glass blades to ensure low wind noise. Built with a weatherproof industrial design, this system makes for do-it-yourself, maintenance-free installation. Safe and efficient charging is provided with the Maximum Power Point Tracking Charge Controller (included) that maximizes power output for optimal charging capability and battery health.
Wind generators convert the mechanical energy of their spinning blades into an electric current; they do not actually store power. Sunforce Wind Generators are primarily used to recharge all types of 12/24 Volt batteries, including lead-acid automotive batteries, deep-cycle (traction type) batteries, gel-cell batteries, and heavy-duty (stationary type) batteries. When using this wind generator to run appliances on a regular basis, the use of deep-cycle marine batteries is recommended. This type of battery is designed to withstand the frequent charge and discharge cycles associated with wind power use. Attempting to run the wind generator on an open circuit without a battery may cause damage to the generator or connected equipment.
The included Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) charge controller enables the 600 watt land turbine to achieve its highest possible performance by periodically tracking the maximum power point of the turbine’s output. The MPPT can be used with battery systems of either 12v or 24v DC. Its features include 12 / 24 volt automatic detection system, temperature-compensated and three-stage charge regulation, fully waterproof design, inline 40 amp fuse, and a manual/automatic braking system.
Do not buy this product I have wasted my money twice now there tec support is no help the unit only produces 6 volts dc in high winds dose not change battery bankPublished 9 months ago by frank yanacek
I am an inventer ..a big geek,,,,,Do not buy this,,, wind turbines are carp,,, in use in ireland now two months,,, use pv solar panels instead I have 2000, watt panels,,,,.... Read morePublished 12 months ago by martin carney
I want to tell you again...after 3 years or so still runs perfect! The best turbine I have owned so far. To be used as EXTRA power only with solar panel.Published 12 months ago by leo
Hello from Maui... This is be best turbine on the market for this size and price. I have two! One from Lowes and one from ebay.
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Not as expected, does not produce hardly any power at low winds, amp gage should be in milliamps range, hoping far better results in higher winds, the charge controller does not... Read morePublished 13 months ago by John D.
Good unit, well built and designed. Advice to future buyers, buy the tower kit. You can't built one cheaper.Published 14 months ago by nmsnoman
sailors, I'm a pro marine mechanic, I burned up my first unit on a 400 mile crossing. I applied the brake in a 25 knot wind and she kept a going, when I got to my port i called... Read morePublished 19 months ago by george caley
Extremely happy with the Sunforce 45444 Wind Turbine. This is my second Sunforce 45444 Wind Turbine, and it has been improved with a redesigned propeller hub, and redesigned... Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by Craig B.
I have had this wind turbine hooked up to a hybrid solar panel/wind/ battery charge system for 8 months. Read morePublished on June 29, 2013 by bluedog