The 1500W vertical axis wind turbine is designed to be easy to install and use. With its compact and lightweight design, the ATO horizontal axis wind turbine can be easily installed on roofs, poles or other locations.
|Start Up Wind Speed
|Rated Wind Speed
|Survival Wind Speed
|Wind Wheel Diameter/Height
|Number of Blades
||Three-phase AC permanent magnetically suspended generators
||360° Automatically Adjust Windard
|Degree of protection
||1000*520*570mm + 2200*300*500mm
Dimension (Unit: mm)
The battery is charged by the wind turbine and solar panels through the controller, and the DC output port of the controller directly supplies power to the DC load. On days without wind or light, the power output by the wind turbine and solar panels is not enough to charge the battery, which can cause the battery to be under-voltage. In this case, the controller output dry contact control signal automatically switches to the grid power to supply the load.
Tips: How can we prevent bird collisions with vertical axis wind turbines?
Bird collisions with vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) can be a significant issue, especially for certain species of birds. However, there are several strategies that can be employed to reduce the risk of collisions:
- Avoid high-risk areas: VAWTs should be located away from known bird migration routes, breeding areas, and foraging habitats. Studies have shown that many bird species tend to avoid VAWTs if they are visible from a distance, so locating turbines in open areas may also help to reduce collisions.
- Design and placement of turbines: The design and placement of VAWTs can also help to reduce the risk of bird collisions. For example, placing turbines on tall towers can make them more visible to birds, while using colors or patterns that contrast with the surrounding environment can help to make them more visible.
- Turbine operation: Turbines can be designed to reduce their speed during times when bird activity is high, such as during migration or at night. This can help to reduce the likelihood of collisions.
- Bird monitoring: Regular monitoring of bird activity around VAWTs can help to identify areas of high bird activity and allow turbine operation to be adjusted accordingly. This can help to reduce the risk of collisions and provide data on bird populations in the area.
- Research and development: Continued research and development into VAWT design and operation can help to identify additional strategies for reducing bird collisions. For example, studies have suggested that changing the color of turbine blades can make them more visible to birds, while using ultrasonic or infrasonic noise generators can help to deter birds from flying near turbines.
Overall, a combination of these strategies, along with ongoing monitoring and research, can help to reduce the risk of bird collisions with VAWTs.