GudCraft 10W 15W Max Vertical Wind Turbine Wind Generator

June 25, 2013 - Comment

Features: Every turbine is finely balanced. Smooth rotation is ensured Quiet in operation Unique and purpose designed generator The turbine spinning when other wind generators stall Overall delivers more Ampere hours of power per day especially in low to average wind speed. This is a smallest version of vertical wind generator, can be around the

Features:

Every turbine is finely balanced.
Smooth rotation is ensured
Quiet in operation
Unique and purpose designed generator
The turbine spinning when other wind generators stall
Overall delivers more Ampere hours of power per day especially in low to average wind speed.

This is a smallest version of vertical wind generator, can be around the home, farm, boat, business, or anywhere else where the power is needed.
This is a great working conversation piece to show the potential of what can be done with renewable energy today.
Not only is it perfect for battery maintenance, it can also be used to power remote lighting, laptops, communications equipment, signs, or nearly anything imaginable that is electronic in nature.
You can connect this unit to any 12vdc battery directly to charge it, and then run DC devices off the battery. Or, attach a small AC output inverter, then run your AC powered appliances.

The GudCraft WGV15 is popular wind turbine in home yard, boats, advertising signs, telecommunications tower, etc. Thousands have been sold and are in use worldwide. People have the particular inclination for it’s clean, aerodynamic lines and its quiet and continuous operation. Without any doubt GudCraft WGV15 accumulates more energy than any other comparable wind generator available.

Product Features

  • Mill Diameter: 12″, Working Wind Speed: 9-44 Mph
  • Airfoil Length: 12″, Nominal Rated Wind Speed: 22Mph
  • Max Wind Speed: 90Mph, Nominal Power Rating: 10w
  • Maximum Power: 26watts, Maximum Output Current: 2.15amps
  • Rated Output: 12Vdc, Weight: 9Lbs, 1-Year Warranty

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Comments

Philip G. Jones says:

GREAT CONCEPT – POOR EXECUTION I purchased this wind turbine because I like the longevity and stability of the VAWT design and because I was looking for a small device that could power small battery packs for use in extended camping. The product came securely packed in foam with no damage to any of the parts. As I removed the parts from the packaging I immediately realized that the list price of this product should probably have been no more than $40.00. The generator assembly and the pillar are quite heavy and appear to be made of cast iron. They are much larger and heavier than a 50W generator I already have. The entire device weights 72 oz (4.5 lbs). The pillar alone weights 19 oz with the generator taking up most of the rest of the weight. The generator assembly spins very smoothly. When the pillar is connected to the generator the axis extending up from the generator is not vertical. It appears that the pipe comprising the pillar was cut at an angle before the top plate was welded into…

J. Smith says:

yeah, me too, no instructions It comes unassembled, and no instructions. See that DVD on “what’s in the box”? It’s not in the box. I went to the Gudcraft website, and the tech forum guy e-mailed me a PDF on how to put it together. OK, so I put it together, now what? There are 2 PC boards hanging by wires, what are they? How do you hook it up to a battery? Hello! I called them in Washington, and although the woman who answered the phone tried to be helpful, I was on hold for so long, I eventually got disconnected. But she did tell me there was no DVD, they sent a paper manual. Yes, but the paper manual that I was emailed only tells you how to put the blades on…. I’m still hopeful that I will get this on my travel trailer, and add wind power to my solar, and I’m hoping, it will indeed charge a car battery like I was told by tech support. But this lack of instructions is just plain stupid, and I hope this wind generator performs better than the good folks at GudCraft.

Kenneth W. Ehrke says:

Cudcraft vertical wind turbine Dear GudCraftThis vertical wind turbine was shipped with no instructions for Assembly if a person was not mechanically inclined they would be lost! I put it together. I would like you to send me a schematic diagram of the generator and the regulator circuit so that I can understand this item- like how do you stop it if the winds are excessive so it does not destroy itself horizontal turbines come with that feature. Also the quality of this item is not worth $189.00 I feel like I really got ripped off, and I would not order anything else from your company period.Thank youkenehrke@gmail.com

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