80w Dc24v Wind Solar Street Light System With Intelligent Control System
Wind Solar Hybrid Street Light System introduction:
Wind solar street light system is an intelligent, small scale and
off-grid LED street light system. Composed of solar modules and
wind turbine, PV deep cycle batteries, controller and a LED
streetlight, this hybrid streetlight takes solar and wind as energy
source and utilizes the energy for the lighting automatically
during the night. The whole system is virtually maintenance free
and there are no daily running costs totally off-grid, totally
Brief of wind turbine:
|Rated Voltage||Grid-off DC12/24v|
|Start-up Wind Speed||2 m/s or 4.5mph|
|Cut-in Wind Speed||2.5m/s or 5.6mph|
|Rated Wind speed||12m/s or 26.8mph|
|Working Temp. range||from -40°C to 60°C|
|Survival Max. wind||50m/s or 110mph|
|Over speed control||Electromagnetic & blade aerodynamic braking|
|Number of Blades||5|
|Blade Material||Nylon fiberglass reinforced composite|
|Generator Type||Brushless 3-phase PMA with high performance Neodymium Magnets|
|Tower Type||self-supporting, guyed, tilt-up tower or rooftop mounting etc.|
|Applications||solar & wind hybrid lighting, off-grid power system etc.|
|Product Life||15 years|
|Warranty||3 years (optional 5 years)|
|Years on Market||7 years|
|Certificate||CE, RoHS, ETL, ISO9001:2008, ISO14001|
80w wind solar street light system configuration:
400w wind turbine
2pcs 90w solar panel
1pc 80w LED lamp
2pcs 120AH battery
12height main pole, 8-10m lamp height
Q: Is HY Energy a manufacturer or a trading company?
A: HY Energy is a high-tech manufacturer focused on design,
production and application of high performance and reliable small
wind turbine products from 2001.
Q: Why choose a horizontal wind turbine?
A: The advantage of horizontal wind is that it is able to produce
more electricity from a given amount of wind. So if you are trying
to produce as much wind as possible at all times, horizontal axis
is likely the choice for you.
Q: Do I have enough wind?
A: You can find out from Gaisma.com, HYE wind turbine start up wind
speed is 2m/s.
Q: What is the difference between on-grid and off-grid turbines?
How do I know which one is right for me?
A: If your home currently gets its energy from a utility company,
you will need an on-grid turbine, which helps decrease your monthly
utility bill by generating energy your home draws on before it
turns to your utility company for energy. If you currently don't
have the option of buying energy from a utility company, you have
what is known as an off-grid need. Homeowners with off-grid needs
often create what is known as a hybrid system, which employs both
wind energy and energy generated by solar photovoltaic cells to
keep their batteries charged.