The 2000 watt vertical axis wind turbine is manufactured from high quality materials and is durable enough to withstand the harshest weather conditions. With minimal maintenance requirements, our turbines will provide reliable power for years to come.
|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 noisy are vertical axis wind turbine?
Vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) are generally considered to be quieter than horizontal axis wind turbines (HAWTs) because they operate at lower rotational speeds and have a simpler, more compact design. However, the amount of noise generated by a VAWT depends on several factors, such as the size and shape of the turbine, the wind speed, and the surrounding environment.
Some studies have shown that VAWTs can produce noise levels of around 45-60 decibels (dB) at a distance of 100 meters, which is similar to the noise level of a conversation or light traffic. However, this can vary depending on the specific VAWT design and operating conditions.
In general, noise from a VAWT is more of a concern in urban or residential areas where there are strict noise regulations and nearby residents who may be disturbed by the sound. To mitigate noise issues, VAWTs can be located in areas with low population density or equipped with noise-reducing features such as acoustic enclosures or blade modifications.