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600W 12V/24V/48V Vertical Axis Wind Turbine

The 600W household vertical axis wind turbine harnesses wind power efficiently, boasting a versatile design compatible with 12V/24V/48V systems. Its vertical axis configuration enables it to capture wind from any direction, making it ideal for regions with unpredictable wind patterns. Delivering a maximum output of 600W, it caters to diverse needs, from powering small residences to supplying energy to remote locales. Additionally, its low-maintenance operation offers an off-grid power solution, contributing to cost savings and environmental sustainability by reducing energy expenses and carbon emissions.

Basic Specification:600w vertical axis wind turbine

Model: ATO-X5-600
Rated Power: 600W
Rated Voltage: 12V/24V/48V
With Controller: Yes
Start Up Wind Speed: 2 m/s
Rated Wind Speed: 12 m/s
Survival Wind Speed: 50 m/s
Wheel Diameter/Height: 0.55m/0.75m

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Dimension (Unit: mm)
600w vertical axis wind turbine dimension
FAQ: What is a vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT)?
A vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) is a type of wind turbine where the main rotor shaft is set vertically, perpendicular to the ground. This is in contrast to horizontal axis wind turbines (HAWT), where the rotor shaft is parallel to the ground. VAWTs have blades that rotate around a vertical axis, resembling an eggbeater or anemometer. They can capture wind from any direction without needing to be pointed directly into the wind, which is a distinct advantage in areas with variable wind patterns or turbulent winds. VAWTs are often used in urban or residential settings where space is limited, and they can be mounted on rooftops or in smaller areas. They have advantages and disadvantages compared to HAWTs, and the choice between the two types depends on factors such as site conditions, wind patterns, and project requirements.

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