WINDMILL 600W (12V / 24V) (50A / 25A) Wind Turbine Generator kit. MPPT charge controller included (Amp, Volt & Watt display) + automatic and manual braking system. DIY installation.
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- ✅ FEATURES: Integrated automatic braking system to protect from sudden and high wind speed. Easy DIY installation methods with all materials provided. Can be used in conjunction with solar panels. MPPT Maximum power point tracking built into the wind turbine generator. Made with high quality Polypropylene and Glass Fiber material with a weather resistant seal.
- ✅ PROTECTION AGAINST: UV protection coating, Sudden voltage surge and wind gust, high wind speeds with integrated automatic braking system + manual braking switch and over charging of battery.
- ✅ SPECIFICATION: Rated power: 600W, Rated speed: 31 MPH, Voltage system: 12V & 24V auto-detect, Cut-in wind speed: 4.5 MPH, Suggested battery capacity: 100A or larger, Number of blades: 3, Rotor diameter: 4.3 ft and Weight: 26 lb.
- ✅ INCLUDES: 1 x Center piece + including generator, 1 x Tail Piece, 1 x Digital MPPT Charge Controller, 3 x Blades, 1 x Nose cone, 1 x Manual brak switch, Hex Screws, Locking nuts, Spacers, Hex keys and 1 x Operational installation
- ✅ WARRANTY: 1 Year manufactures warranty.
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WindMill 600W Wind Turbine
The 600W wind turbine is our mid power level wind turbine, made specifically for off-grid residential use in mind. Its DIY set-up instructions and with all the materials needed provided for, you will be able to set the wind turbine up in no time at all. The 600W wind turbine is durable, low maintenance and the most powerful wind turbine in our line up of wind turbine having weighing at only 26 lbs. Coated with special high weather tolerant protection spray to protect the wind turbine from the elements such as rain. It is a completely self-sustaining stand-alone device that will continuously generates 100% clean GREEN renewable energy, without you being present or around it.
The included Digital MPPT Charge Controller of the 600W wind turbine is specially configured to generate the MAX power output and to incoporate its safey protocols such as automatic braking and over charging the batteries.
- Rated power: 600W
- Rated speed: 31 ft/s
- Voltage system: 12V & 24V (Auto detect)
- Cut-in wind speed: 4.5 mph
- Suggested battery capacity: 100A or larger
- Number of blades: 3
- Rotor diameter: 4.3 ft
- Light weight: 31 lbs
- 1 x Center piece (generator)
- 1 x Tail piece
- 1 x Digital MPPT Charge Controller
- 3 x Blades
- 1 x Nose cone
- 1 x Manual brake switch
- Large Hex bolts
- Small Hex bolts
- Hex key
- Unilateral open wrench
- Operational installation manual
Top Customer Reviews
It’s been working fantastically, my solar panels that I had on my roof and only charged my 4 12V 100Ah batteries to about ¾ of its capacity of the week. I use a pure sine inverter to power my power tools and work station lights off the batteries. The first week I hooked the wind turbine on, the battery was full by mid week, was great! Going to purchase more batteries.
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I tried to mount it on a single pole and it didn’t seem to steady, I asked the seller Infinite Mall what the problem was. They were surprisingly fast at responding, they really made an effort to know how I have set up my wind turbine before making suggesting me what to do, really impressed with their service. They suggested that I secure the pole with a “Guy Wire Attachment Plate” stiff wiring that can withstand tension on 4 opposite sides of the pole. I made 2 of these wiring sets just to be sure though.
I think its really a great value and is great family activity for a weekend. Got a chance to teach my kids about wind green energy at the same time.
So far, the wind turbine is running like a champ and hasn’t let me down yet, always keeping my battery full for the weekend, especially now getting into winter! I will see how the wind turbine holds up during the winter times and update this at a later stage.
We took readings from different areas from LA and the Bay area in (SF), we also had a range of different clean energy systems running, we recorded the Data from the different destinations relating to the power generated from different systems.
Comparing the Data we had received over the course of 91 days of generating electricity (excluding transportation days) from all our green energy systems in different locations, weather conditions and seasons. We found that this wind turbine from WINDMILL generated the most wattage out in total of the other systems we had running alongside.
We as a team were very impressed with the results, however we continue to gather Data as the Data that has been gathered was only over a period of 91 days.
Overall, we also found that we received the most power from this device in areas that were costal, mountain range and large open fields (such as farm land).
I hope some of the information helps.
I've had my solar/battery system up and running for several years, 150W solar, now 8 12V batteries, and have both a modified sine wave and a pure sine wave inverter. I have been running power tools during the day and lights off of the system. I added the windmill to be able to support a fridge throughout the day and night in particular. The site is on a mountain slope in Hawaii, so we get a lot of breezes and I thought the windmill would be a better addition vice a lot more solar panels and batteries.
However, the MPPT voltage always shows about 0.2V less than the battery voltage, shown on my inverters and my VOM. With the MPPT voltage less than the battery voltage, its no wonder that the windmill system does not contribute current to the batteries except when the voltage drops well below 11V and my inverters are beeping and shutting down in the low 10V range. This is the only time I've seen current on the MPPT above 0.3A, but more typically at 0.0-0.1A in spite of good breezes. Since there are no adjustments on the MPPT, I've been trying to get the IM Team to modify or change my MPPT to where it will help charge my batteries with higher voltage up to 13.5V, but they believe the fault is in my system. I've seen my solar charge my batteries up to 14V without any load.
I have not been able to keep the fridge plugged in because the windmill doesn't contribute enough to keep the batteries charged when the sun sets.
I'm looking for any help to fix this problem. What are y'all seeing on your MPPT voltage vs battery voltage, and current output of the MPPT.
After a number of email exchanges, posts, measurements, and analysis:
- Highly recommend that a wind speed - windmill output curve be provided in the ad to allow people to make more informed decisions.
- This windmill should be generating 600W at about 21 MPH (31 feet/sec per spec)
- At cut-in wind speed of 4.5 MPH, you will start to get 0.1A, or about 1W
- At about 10-15 MPH, I've seen current up to 5A which X 12V = 60W, not anywhere near the 600W advertised, and minimally enough to offset the no-load inverter draw, i.e., about 50W.
- So unless you have consistently strong winds, i.e., over 15 MPH, don't expect this or any windmill for that matter, unless very large, to provide significant output.
- Just wanted to provide info so people can manage their expectations, and hope to see a wind-power output curve.
- On the other hand, it is very cute like a little airplane flying, but stationary.
- But I'm buying additional solar panels to really collect more energy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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