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has anyone seen the Waters_Effect_Turbine??

It claims much greater efficiency. http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Waters_Effect_Turbine Norman
Norman Bollinger
8:03 PM
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31533

Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

Junk. Buy several, you WILL need the replacements. I've heard from many folks who were bummed out by those pieces of ... .
Michael Welch
Jun 23
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31532

Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

          Hi Hugh and All,               Run a 365vdc cable pair with lots of 365vdc to ac inverters as most bigger UPS/inverter work
jerry freedomev
Jun 23
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31531

Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

When I google inverters, I see lots and lots of them for under $1 per 10 watts. But then I was not searching for 230. Though there seem to be lots of them
Robert Bruninga
Jun 23
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Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

OK - I have a related issue ... I have a nice rooftop which could support 2KW of panels - but it is over 300 m away from our power center .. and there's no way
hugh
Jun 23
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31529

Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

Thanks, Bob. Where could I get such a cheap 3kW (or higher) converter. I'm in Europe (Ireland) and need 230V 50Hz. Cheers, Charlie On 22/06/2015 19:45, Robert
Charlie Williams
Jun 22
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31528

Re: How to use a GTI without the grid

You are forgetting that a GTI inverter is nothing but a CURRENT SOURCE designed to LEAD (push on) an existing waveform. And unless there is a matching load
Robert Bruninga
Jun 22
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How to use a GTI without the grid

I am working on a project to let me use the GTI without the grid. In other words, disabling the anti-islanding feature. Why? there are several reasons, but
Jim Isbell, W5JAI
Jun 22
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31526

AGM vrs Gel

When would you recommend the use of gel batteries as against AGM batteries.  Regards, Senyo T. Dake (Technical Director) Seli Technologies, Ghana. 027-7405512
Seli Technologies
Jun 20
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31525

Re: Pika Turbines

Hi Geoff and Dan: Thanks for asking about Pika; we are indeed manufacturing turbines here in Maine. We've been field-testing since 2010 and shipping product
Ben Polito
Jun 20
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31524

alternate energy stuff

I have a couple winco wind generators , a few solar elect panels , large heart inverter and some smaller ones , electronic controlers ect. a few large rolls of
alternates
Jun 20
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Re: Pika Turbines?

Hi Chris, I put it to the small wind discussion group, no answers yet. Had a look at their net site, looks quite good, - all the important info provided,
Geoff Thomas
Jun 19
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Re: Pika Turbines?

Hi Geoff, Thanks for putting out the query. I have installed and maintained a 6kW Bornay and now a 3kW Bornay. The 6kW had shorting to ground brush issues
chris@...
Jun 19
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Re: Pika Turbines

I have never installed a Pika turbine, but I have seen their presentations and talked at length in person with the owner of the company at the Small Wind
Dan Fink
Jun 19
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Pika Turbines

Anybody heard of or has had experience with Pika Turbines? I looked at their site, seemed fine, wondered about their track record. Cheers, Geoff Thomas.
Geoff Thomas
Jun 18
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