The vertical axis wind turbine has a maximum output of 600W and rated voltage values of 12V/24V/48V, which is suitable for a variety of applications, from powering small homes to providing energy to remote areas. It also provides a low maintenance solution for off-grid power, helping to reduce energy costs and carbon footprint.
The battery is charged by the wind turbine and solar panels through the controller, and the DC output port of the controller directly supplies power to the DC load. On days without wind or light, the power output by the wind turbine and solar panels is not enough to charge the battery, which can cause the battery to be under-voltage. In this case, the controller output dry contact control signal automatically switches to the grid power to supply the load.
Tips: What is a vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT)?
A vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) is a type of wind turbine that has its rotor shaft positioned vertically instead of horizontally like traditional wind turbines. The blades of a VAWT are typically arranged in a vertical helix or Savonius design, which allows it to capture wind from any direction. VAWTs are often used for small-scale or urban wind power applications, as they are more compact and can be installed in areas with limited space or low wind speeds.