No, this is not going to work with the Nature's generator. Please call Nature Power tech support at 1800-588-0590 for any more questions.
Yes, Normally DC loads(inverter), operate on voltages between 11.3V and 15V. The voltage reading from the battery while being charged is 13-14.2V, the inverter will operate normally while battery is getting charged. Please feel free to contact Nature Power Tech support at 1800-588-0590 for any more questions.
Absolutely! Start speed is just 6.7mph and the full 400w is at 28mph day and night. It will keep the 12v battery charged. There is also a combo package with the wind generator and solar panel so you can get even more power.
At 12mph it will still produce about 150-180 watts. Plenty to charge the 12v battery. So based on what you run off the battery will determine if that is enough.
Please see our Nature power products website for a list of options for our kits naturepowerproducts.com. Please call Nature Power customer service at 1800-588-0590 for any questions.
No. the MPPT charge controller will take care of preventing over charge to your 12V battery or battery bank. No dump load is needed. The charge controller included with the turbine is programmed with set values as cut off and cut in voltage to prevent over charge. Please feel free to contact Nature Power tech support line at 1800-588-0590 for any more questions or concerns.
Please don't believe things the person that calls himself president says. Most is just gibberish. There are lots of people who have had windmills long before he called himself that that have not contracted cancer. SMH
Yes, please call Nature Power tech support at 1800-588-0590. it can be e-mailed to you. You can also contact tech support through Nature Power website at : www.naturepowerproducts.com
When you say 30A system, it sounds like you are referring to a household 120V AC system with 30A circuit. This generator puts out DC for a nominal 12V battery type system. It needs to be connected to a battery. If you want to get 120V AC out of it, you will need to connect that battery to an inverter. It is advertised to put out 70KWH per month at 12mph windspeed day and night (that is rare, BTW). That works out to a power output of 94 watt-hours per day. You can run some fairly large appliances off a charged battery with a powerful inverter, but only for a short time. If the total power demand for the 120VAC circuit is less than 94 watt-hours per day, and the wind blows at least 12mph for the same 24 hours, and if this unit works as advertised, then you should be able to run that circuit with just the input from the wind generator.