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Nature Power 2000-Watt Wind Turbine Power Generator

Nature Power

2000-Watt Wind Turbine Power Generator

  • Great for charging 24 volt battery system for Off-Grid use
  • Can be used for land or marine applications
  • Min 1.5in Schedule 40 steel pipe for installation, not included
$236662 /package
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Product Overview

This Off-Grid wind turbine can produce up to 2000-Watt of power for free in your own back yard. The wind turbine will produce more power up to 2000-Watt at 28 mph. If the wind dies down the turbine will continue to produce power in winds as low as 7 mph. This wind generator is used to charge 12-Volt batteries and mounts on any 1.5 in. Sch. 80 steel pipe. This wind generator is a great way to get power to cottages, cabins, work sites, and other places where power from the electric company is too expensive or not available. Power from the wind generator can be used with an inverter to run small TVs, DVD, players, phones, lights, radios, power tools, laptops, fans and electric razors. It has a marine grade coating to withstand harsh environments. A wind charge controller is included with the generator to get the ideal charging current from your wind turbine to your 12-Volt battery or bank of batteries. The body is made from cast aluminum and is safe for high wind speeds, up to 110 mph. The assembly is easy and is only 5 parts, the body, a nose cone and 3 blades. Blade diameter: 70-in.

  • Starting charging at the low speed of 7 mph
  • Carbon fiber blades ensure low noise (3)
  • Synchronous generator type, 3 phase power generator with neodymium iron boron magnets
  • Weather resistant construction to withstand harsh weather elements
  • 1.5 in. Sch. 80 steel pipe required, not included
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Wattage (watts) 400 400 2000
Amperage (amps) 27 27 21
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Corrosion resistant,Overspeed protection
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1 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

Typical Output for 4 mph wind speed

What would a typical kWh per month be with an average 4 mph wind speed be? Thanks
Asked by: Dave
Probably near zero, the description lists "minimum wind speed: 7mph"
Answered by: CaseyVR6
Date published: 2017-08-09

If average usage in America is 1.25kW/day would turbine be able to power our small home, w/ decent wind? And Warranty?

Asked by: Sam
I'd like to expand on what StevenB said. He's absolutely correct if you draw your power as if business as usual. There's no amount of stored power in DC Batteries or a home wind turbine to burn the amount of kwh a day of the average American home. Where I live in the mountains the power goes out quite often so here's what I do. My turbine recharges 9 deep cycle DC Batterieswhich is connected to a 120v converter. This converter powers the well pump, 6.5 amp which only comes on for a few seconds to fill the pressure tank, The septic pump, 6.5 amp which only comes on when the 500gl tank is full and pumps the waist to the sand mound. It only comes on every couple weeks. The blower on the wood burner, 2 x 1.5 amp on high and 1 amp on low. This is in winter and blow most of the time, and the house lights that you only keep on 1 or at most 2 at a time at 1.5 amp ea. I know that's a matter of discipline, but you have to watch it. As far as the fridg' goes, as long as you don't hang out in it, it will stay cold for a long time. Plug it in once a day to cool it off and your good. The batteries will have plenty of time to recharge. If you want entertainment, you'll have to stick to a small radio. TV, VCR, CABLE and all that other power eating stuff is out. Get a wind up or AA battery operated wall clock. Get rid of all the POWER PIRATES. Electric clock radios and alarm clocks, telephones you have to plug into the wall, coffee pot, tea pot, computer, hair dryer and all the little gadgets the wifey likes. Get a good grill for cooking. What it comes down to is you have to go basic. The family's not going to like it, but when the power goes out it is what it is.
Answered by: RickB
Date published: 2017-07-29

Grid tied system

Does Naturpower sell a system which would be of comparable size and able to be grid tied?
Asked by: Leew
The answer is technically yes, but... (yes, there's a "but"). You have to 1) convert it to 110v AC, and 2) get the power company to install a two-way meter (also known as a "net meter") on your property. Your power company can also give you a more thorough set of best practices.
Answered by: Penguinisto
Date published: 2017-08-09

how much watts will be needed to power a 2 bed 1 bath washer drier a/c flat screen with no prob...

how much watts will be needed to power a 2 bed 1 bath washer drier a/c flat screen with no problem off grid or can I use solar panels and fan
Asked by: atex
I assume you meant 2 bedroom with 1 bath house with a washer and dryer. You better have a gas dryer, gas water heater, gas heat and not need a lot of air conditioning. How you going to cook? Better be gas also. If you have the above gas items, now you are down to manageable loads. Wind is terribly unpredictable, but you might get enough power to charge some batteries. An inverter will be needed to turn the DC into AC. I have built a solar system with storage for a 2000 sq ft home and it has the above gas appliances. This system has 7kw solar, 1100 amp hours of 48 volt batteries ($7000) and a 15kw generator for backup for cloudy days. Total system cost about $25000. Works great and the residents of this house don't do anything to save energy in particular. They run two 60" flat screens, satellite receiver, 25 cu ft freezer/refrigerator, dish washer, dozens of lights and four ceiling fans. A wind turbine like this one would be another source of power to add to a system like the one I just built. It would probably reduce the requirement to run the generator since cloudy and rainy days are often windy days also.
Answered by: Solarmike
Date published: 2017-08-09
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Customer Reviews

2000-Watt Wind Turbine Power Generator is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good wind turbine Good wind turbine, very light and small, the performance good.
Date published: 2013-10-22
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