Rutland Wind Turbines
The Rutland 913 is one of
the most highly regarded small wind turbines
in the world. The Rutland 913 is the wind
charger of choice in marine environments. The
Rutland 913 has been specially designed
for boating applications with its small compact design and
quality appointments, which makes this a very tough and
Rutland Wind Turbines
Rutland 913 is designed specifically for marine use
on coastal and ocean going yachts but is equally at
home on your home or campervan. The Rutland 913 Wind
charger’s generating capacity is best suited
to sail boats over 10m in length and inland boats.
Its generous charging capacity in proportion to its
compact turning radius makes it ideal especially where
2 battery banks are kept on board. Whether live boards
or weekend sailors it can be conveniently mounted
at a height out of reaching distance and in a clear
flow of wind. Modern, durable materials for reliability
on the high seas accompany the very high manufacturing
Rutland 913 200W wind turbine
Price: $ 1,500.00
Low wind speed start up of just 5 knots
· Generates 90w @ 19 knots, 24w @ 10 knots
· Delivers up to 250w
· Weighs 10.5kg
· One way only fit fine profile efficient aerofoil
· Three phase Rutland "unique" generator
· Automatic thermostat protection in prolonged
· Modern, durable materials for reliability
· No radiated interference - complies with
EEC directive 89/336/EEC
Note: An external rectifier/regulator is required
and is not included with this item. Please see price
Standard regulator for WG913 12/24V
Multi-stage charge control delivers appropriate charge
levels required to ensure your batteries get the maximum
power they are able to retain and remain float charged.
• Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) regulation is
now more finely controlled using the latest programmable
The HRSi monitors battery voltage and uses PWM to
As peak voltages are reached the HRSi tapers the current
from the wind & solar chargers gradually reducing
charge to float stage level.
This feature gradually reduces the speed of the turbine
to an eventual “idle” thus extending the
working life of the windcharger.
Prior to planning a wind installation you
should study meteorological information pertaining to your
area. In Australia this is available from the Bureau
The average wind speed needs to be above 5m/s (18km per
hour) to make installing a wind turbine worthwhile.
Your wind installation site should be:
• free from obstructions in the direction of the prevailing
• as elevated as possible
• safe from spectator contact
• in an area that receives wind often enough for benefit
to the power system
Prices include freight
to nearest regional centre in Qld.
Freight cost to outlying areas is extra.
All prices are in Australian Dollars inclusive 10% GST.
All prices are subject to change and should be confirmed
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