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If you live in an area with consistent wind, wind turbines are one of the best options for a renewable energy system. Wind power can also be an ideal addition to a solar power system, since many areas experience more wind during the winter months when sunlight is at its lowest. Wind turbines are also a popular and very useful addition to a marine power system, allowing a boat's batteries to charge even when shore power isn't available.

Wind turbines are relatively simple machines. A wind turbine is basically an alternator driven by a propeller. When the wind blows strongly enough to turn the propeller, the alternator produces electricity. Then a load diverting charge controller charges the battery bank, and diverts excess current to a secondary electrical load.

  1. Primus AIR 40 Wind Turbine

    Primus Wind Power AIR 40


  2. Best for low wind speeds
  3. Built in controller
  4. Available in 12, 24, and 48 volt
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  • AIR STATOR 12 volt

    Primus Stator, AIR 30 and AIR X marine


  • Replacement stator assembly
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  • Primus Circuit Kit, AIR 30 and AIR X Marine

    Primus Circuit Kit, AIR 30 and AIR X Marine


  • Circuit Assembly for AIR 30 and AIR X Marine
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  • AIR30

    Primus Wind Power AIR 30


    • Avalible in 12, 24, and 48 volt 
    • Produces 30 kWh of energy a month* for land-based, high wind applications (ave 13 mph)
    • Microprocessor-based smart control
    • Lightweight design is simple and easy-to-install
    • Designed for high wind zone


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