This Off-Grid wind turbine can produce upThis 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.See Full Product Description
NATURE POWER's wind turbine can produce upNATURE POWER's wind turbine can produce up to 500-Watt of power. Use with an inverter to run small TVs, phones, lights, radios, and power tools, in your cottage, cabin, work site where power from the electric company is too expensive or not available. Made of cast aluminum and marine grade coating it will withstand harsh environments and wind speeds up to 110 mph. A wind charge controller is included.See Full Product Description
400-Watt 12-Volt Land and Marine Wind Turbine
A lightweight, portable and quiet wind generatorA lightweight, portable and quiet wind generator ideal for charging your 12-Volt batteries. The Coleman 400-Watt 12-Volt Wind Turbine is designed for both land and marine applications. Completely weatherproof, this turbine is designed for long-lasting use.See Full Product Description
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