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DIY 1000 watt wind turbine

DIY 1000 watt wind turbine
We wound the nine individual coils, soldered them in a 3 phase wye configuration, and encased them in resin. We used 35 turns of 2 parallel strands of 14 gauge enameled (magnet) wire for 12 volts. Use 70 turns of single strand for 24 volts. # 3 phase diagram shown here shows 3 stator coils. each of those coils is actually 3 coils in series. coils 1,4, and 7 are series together, 2,5, and 8 are series together, and 3,6, and 9 are series together. more details, see the following page 15 for the series star, 1-y diagram. AXIAL_FLUX_HowItWorks.pdf

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