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Arista Power
1999 Mt. Read Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14615
877-946-3867


Micro Turbines


The Charger 300e has an external control that allows for a more robust implementation when used in higher, more permanent type applications. Typical applications utilize a more permanent tower structure greater than 30 feet in height requiring longer wire lengths between the wind turbine charger and batteries.

Micro Turbine With External Controller

Arista Power’s Charger Series of small wind turbines provide battery charging capability in remote off-grid applications. The Charger 300e is small, efficient, and operates in winds from 3 to 20 m/s. The units are maintenance free, have only two moving parts and offer a three-year warranty.

Applications

  • House or remote cabin
  • Telecommunication tower
  • Monitoring station
  • Water pumping
  • Solar & wind hybrid system


The Charger 300i has an integrated controller that allows for convenient portability when the use case targets shorter height and less permanent site applications. Typical applications utilize a mast height of 20-30 feet allowing shorter wire lengths between the wind turbine charger and batteries.

Micro Turbine with Built-In Controller

Arista Power’s Charger Series of small wind turbines provide battery charging capability in remote off-grid applications. The Charger 300i is small, efficient, and operates in winds from 3 to 20 m/s. The units are maintenance free, have only two moving parts and offer a three-year warranty.

Applications

  • Remote outpost
  • Telecommunication tower
  • Monitoring station
  • Water pumping
  • Solar & wind hybrid system
  • Man-portable for military

Compact Power

The Charger Micro Turbines are compact but provide maximum power output with highly efficient blades, controller and alternator.

Constant Current Charge

In order to best harness wind energy, the Charger Micro Turbines maintain a steady charging current, effectively protecting the battery.

Shut Down Protection

Reliable Hystersis Braking allows the turbines to slow down in strong winds and shut down completely in winds over 20 m/s.