Portable small water turbine generator for home use, DC 0-80V output, generator without voltage regulator circuit, peak voltage up to 80V, can be directly 3-12V 10W or so LED lights, can be directly charged to a small battery, peak charging current about 220mA. Micro turbines are very easy to install and maintain which makes them an attractive option for residential and commercial customers.
- Model: ATO-F50-80V
- Peak Output Voltage: 80V (1.2Mpa)
- Output Peak Current: ≥220mA (12V)
- Inter-Wire Resistance: 10.5±0.5Ω
- Insulation Resistance: 10MΩ (DC100 megohm meter)
- Peak Withstand Pressure at Closed Outlet: 0.6Mpa
- Open Outlet Peak Withstand Pressure: 1.2Mpa
- Starting Water Pressure: 0.05Mpa
- Axial Clearance: 0.2-1.0mm
- Mechanical Noise: ≤55dB
- Generator Weight: About 90g
- Generator Life: ≥3000h
- Output Characteristics: Output voltage without a voltage regulator is proportional to the water pressure
- Installation: Installed in the direction of the arrow, standard household plumbing 4-pipe
- External Diameter: 20mm
- Inner Diameter: 13mm
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Water pressure/ velocity diagram
Water turbines are commonly used in various applications where hydroelectric power can be harnessed from moving water sources. Water turbines are also used in smaller scale applications such as irrigation systems, rural electrification, and in off-grid communities where hydroelectric power is a reliable and sustainable source of energy.
Tips: What is the maximum power output of a micro water turbine?
The maximum power output of a micro water turbine depends on several factors, including the size and design of the turbine, the velocity and volume of the water flow, and the efficiency of the turbine.
Micro water turbines typically have power outputs ranging from a few watts to a few kilowatts. The smallest micro water turbines may have power outputs of just a few watts, while larger and more efficient turbines can generate up to several kilowatts of power.
For example, a small micro water turbine with a rotor diameter of 10 cm and a water flow rate of 10 liters per second may generate around 100 watts of power. A larger micro water turbine with a rotor diameter of 30 cm and a water flow rate of 50 liters per second may generate up to 2-3 kilowatts of power.
It's important to note that the actual power output of a micro water turbine will depend on a variety of factors, including the specific design and operating conditions of the turbine.