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    1000W Vertical Axis Wind Turbine, 24V/48V/96V

    $4,629.85
    ATO vertical wind turbine, equipped with three blades and a robust 1000W power capacity. This innovative vertical axis wind turbine is designed for versatility, offering options at 24V, 48V, and 96V rated voltages. Ideal for various applications including emergency power generation at home, outdoor settings, factories, and garden lighting, this turbine ensures.
    SKU: ATO-VAWT-1000
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Purchase a vertical-axis wind turbine online. Our 1000-watt vertical-axis wind turbine is engineered for effortless installation and user-friendliness. With its compact and lightweight design, the vertical axis turbine can be easily installed on a roof, pole or other location and requires minimal maintenance after operation.

    Specification

    Model ATO-X9-1000
    Rated Power 1000W
    Rated Voltage 24V/48V/96V
    With Controller Yes
    Start Up Wind Speed 2m/s
    Rated Wind Speed 12m/s
    Survival Wind Speed 50m/s
    Wind Wheel Diameter/Height 0.5m/1.5m
    Number of Blades 3
    Blades Material Nylon
    Fuselage Material Reinforced FRP
    Magnetic Steel NdFeB
    Generator Type Three-phase AC permanent magnetically suspended generators
    Controller System Electromagnetic brakes
    Speed Regulation 360Ā° Automatically Adjust Windard
    Installation Flange DN20
    Degree of protection IP54
    Gross Weight 100kg
    Dimension 1495*455*855mm


    DimensionĀ 
    (Unit: mm)

    800 1000W vertical axis wind turbine dimension

    Tips: How can we mitigate bird collisions with vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs)?

    Bird collisions with vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) pose a significant challenge, particularly for specific avian species. Nonetheless, there exist various strategies to minimize the likelihood of such collisions:

    1. Strategic Location: To mitigate the risk of bird collisions, VAWTs should be sited away from established bird migration paths, breeding sites, and foraging grounds. Research indicates that many bird species tend to avoid VAWTs when they are conspicuous from a distance. Consequently, placing turbines in open areas can reduce collision rates.
    2. Turbine Design and Placement: Careful consideration of VAWT design and placement is essential. For instance, elevating turbines on tall towers enhances their visibility to birds. The use of colors or patterns that contrast with the surroundings can further improve turbine detectability.
    3. Controlled Turbine Operation: Adapting turbine operation to minimize bird collisions is crucial. This can involve lowering turbine speeds during periods of high bird activity, such as migration or nighttime hours, reducing the risk of collisions.
    4. Bird Monitoring: Regular monitoring of avian activity around VAWTs can identify zones with elevated bird presence, enabling adjustments in turbine operation to minimize collision risks. This approach not only reduces the chances of collisions but also provides valuable data on local bird populations.
    5. Research and Development: Continuous research and development in VAWT technology can reveal additional strategies for curbing bird collisions. For instance, studies have proposed altering the color of turbine blades to enhance bird visibility. The use of ultrasonic or infrasonic noise generators can also deter birds from approaching turbines.
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