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Three Phase Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Vertical Wind Generator - 350W - 12V
Three Phase Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Vertical Wind Generator - WGVQ350W12V - 350W - 12V

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Price: $495.00

Stock Status:Available

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: WGVQ350W12V-AP


A wind turbine is a popular name for a device that converts kinetic energy from the wind into electrical power. Technically, there is no turbine used in this design, but the term appears to migrate from parallel hydroelectric technology (rotary propeller). The correct description for this type of machine is aerofoil-powered generator. Our ALEKO Wind generator will provide you with the power you need for your home or your business.

  • Beautiful 3-phase Vertical Wind Generator
  • Easy to install, use, and maintain
  • Low vibration
  • Automatically adjusts windward; good for areas with frequent changes in wind direction
  • Weight: 55 pounds (25 kilograms)
  • Min wind speed: 4.9 feet per second (1.5 meters per second)
  • Max wind speed: 147 feet per second (45 meters per second)
  • Rated Power: 350 watts
  • Output Voltage: 12 volts
  • Wheel Diameter: 3.67 feet (1.12 meters)
  • Rated wind speed: 36 feet per second (11 meters per second)
  • Number of blades: 15
  • Blades Material: Casting Aluminum Alloy
  • Generator type: 3 Phase permanent magnet AC synchronous generator
  • Generator Case: Casting Aluminum Alloy
  • Control System: Electromagnet
  • Working temperature: -40°C - 80°C
Three Phase Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous Vertical Wind Generator 350W
  • 1(One) ALEKO WGVQ350W12V Vertical Wind Generator 350W 12V

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Seems to be better than I expected, finally availa April 14, 2017
Reviewer: Madashell from United States  
Had to order it from the maker, absolutely glad they now are on ALEKO CHEAPER!!!! and will order 2 more asap.This puts out 60 to 100 watts ( 5 to 7 amps) at 12-13 mph, very good considering the Missouri Wind Solar junk that would not even power up unless I had a tornado hit in my yard. At 25 mph its hitting 360 watts, which is astonishing compared to dollar for watt of all those fake claimed generators out there.In wind gust its stable meaning it don't go nuts like a Horizontal wind turbine. Power surges to about 450 but even in 65 mph it don't over run itself.I have to admit, its a weird looking thing but the fact that its hour per hour power making is so stable I will buy more and change from Horizontal turbines to these as i can.

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