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Search results: 26   Output: 11-20
  1. This photo shows the controller, battery and associated electronics all wired up. I have a 120V inverter connected to the battery and a multimeter to keep track of the battery voltage and wind turbine output voltage. Also my electric shaver and ...
    09-12-2009
  2. The first order of business was setting up and bracing the tower. After arriving at my property and unloading my van, I drove to the nearest Home Depot (about 60 miles one way) and bought the 10 foot long piece of 1 1/4 inch conduit I needed for ...
    01-12-2009
  3. In operation, the wind turbine is connected to the controller. Lines then run from the controller to the battery. All loads are taken directly from the battery. If the battery voltage drops below 11.9 volts, the controller switches the turbine ...
    24-11-2009
  4. I never got a chance to properly test the unit before heading to Arizona. One windy day though, I did take the head outside and hold it high up in the air above my head into the wind just to see if the blades would spin it as well as I had hoped. ...
    17-11-2009
  5. Next I needed a mounting for the turbine. Keeping it simple, I opted to just strap the motor to a piece of 2 X 4 wood. The correct length of the wood was computed by the highly scientific method of picking the best looking piece of scrap 2 X 4 off ...
    10-11-2009
  6. PVC blades are an excellent, quick, light, cheap and very easy. So how do you make them? Choose the right size. First you need to go through the usual how big do you need them. Once you have decided the length you need to go and get your pvc pipe. ...
    03-11-2009
  7. I managed to score one of the good 30 volt Ametek motors off of Ebay . for only $26. They don't go that cheap these days. People are catching on to the fact that they make great wind generators. Other brands will work, so don't fret about the price ...
    02-11-2009
  8. G. Forrest Cook September 26, 2006 Last modified: February 18, 2008 Introduction When connecting a solar panel to a rechargeable battery, it is usually necessary to use a charge controller circuit to prevent the battery from overcharging. Charge ...
    30-10-2009
  9. Mike Davis Several years ago I bought some remote property in Arizona. I am an astronomer and wanted a place to practice my hobby far away from the sky-wrecking light pollution found near cities of any real size. I found a great piece of property. ...
    26-10-2009
  10. Hub Blade Assembly The next obstacle is building a hub to attach the blades to. There are many types of ways that this can be done. I have used circular sawblades and scrap steel disks. I recommend the sawblade approach, as they are readily ...
    22-10-2009
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