|Start-up Wind Speed||3m/s||3m/s||4m/s||4m/s||4m/s||4m/s||4m/s||4m/s||4m/s|
|Rated Wind Speed||10m/s||10m/s||12m/s||12m/s||15m/s||15m/s||15m/s||15m/s||15m/s|
|Number Of Blades||3|
|Blades Material||Glass fiber reinvorced|
|Generator Type||Three Phase Premament Magnet AC Synchronous Generator|
|Generator Case||Casting Aluminum Alloy|
|Overspeed Protection||Electromagnetic Brake|
|Working Temperature||-25°C / +65°C|
|Overload Protection||Electromagnetic Brake And The Unloading Unit|
The installation of a domestic wind turbine can be a future-oriented investment in these times of ever-increasing electricity prices, makes it possible to become partially independent of the power utilities. With backyard wind turbines we can produce electricity to power a television, fridge, computer, gate, but also an electric heating system for a building. Such possibilities are offered by small wind turbines from 3-5kW.
There are also domestic wind turbines generating 10-50kW, which allow the surplus energy to be sold back to the grid for additional profits.
The installation of such an installation can be done in 3 ways:
For structures not permanently connected to the ground (e.g. towers with rope lashings), no permit is required. It is assumed that non-permanent structures are not building structures. Therefore, when erecting a wind turbine without any permits, it is best to do so on such a structure. Below are visualisations of such a solution.