wind charger

wind charger

[′win ′chär·jər]
(electricity)
A wind-driven direct-current generator used for charging storage batteries.
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Retention of a 3m high UHF whip antenna, and a 910mm diameter wind charger. Installation of 2 1400mm x 550mm photovoltaic panels.
Similarly it may be called wind charger when it is used to charge batteries.
Electricity is supplied by a 1kW domestic wind charger and a 660W array of photovoltaic solar panels which feed into 16 deep cycle batteries via an inverter.
At its trial site at Okapuka, just outside Windhoek, MTC mounted a special wind charger on its existing Radio tower, the demo system generates 1.1kW (at wind speeds of 12.5m/sec) and only weighs 29kg in total.
Get recharged Use rechargeable batteries or buy a portable solar or wind charger for your mobile, MP3 player and radio - EthicalSuperstore.
The inventory is enormous and varied: It includes a cream separator, an old jail door, a windmill, lathe, disc sharpener, printing press and a 6-volt wind charger. Topping it all is a log cabin positioned prominently in the center.
Orange Wind Charger Tent www.orange.co.uk You lost your pals in the beer tent at Glastonbury and your phone's gone dead.
While the research of Prof Priya's team is still in its infancy and continues to be developed before mass consumer rollout, Orange has built fully functioning models of a mobile wind charger that will be on display at this year's Glastonbury Festival, which takes place at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset starting this Friday.
If the wind blew the wind charger that day, charging the 6-volt batteries, listening to the radio was free.
I am trying to get a 32 volt wind charger to help out.
When living in town we had rabbits which were air conditioned with a drip system and lights from a small wind charger we made together.
An inverter will also double as a battery charger for systems without renewable inputs, or during times when the solar and/or wind chargers just can't keep up with demand.