wind turbine

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  1. madmax1

    madmax1 Read Only Funster

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    hi all . has anybody any experience of the wind charger rutland 504 any advice would be helpfull:Smile:
     
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    no personal experience but they (wind chargers) are reputedly noisy and can produce troublesome vibrations.

    like solar panels need sun, wind chargers need wind...
    pretty obvious fact, but it dont always blow a good wind, unlike solar which charge a bit even on overcast/sunless days.
     
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    wind

    thanks:thumb:
     
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    Heavy, noisey and where do you put em when travelling??
     
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    Lots of negative comments on wind generation in general on here if you do a search. I don't recall any positive ones.
     
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    Leave 'em in place - boy, would that give your battery a boost! :thumb:
     
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    "Leave 'em in place - boy, would that give your battery a boost!" Moandick

    Great for electrice vehicles, then.
     
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