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Post by Canberra32 » Tue, 26 Jun 2012, 13:13

Here is a nice little motor for those building small EVs

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/WIND-TURBINE ... 5135wt_922

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Post by Faz » Tue, 26 Jun 2012, 17:44

I like how it is "PERANAMET" Magnet technology.

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Post by Richo » Tue, 26 Jun 2012, 20:33

Why would it be good for a turbine the original application was for a treadmill?

A flywheel is good to prevent it starting up in light winds?
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Post by Canberra32 » Tue, 26 Jun 2012, 21:16

Lol yeah the flywheel is great to add extra weight to even the lightest blades! Give mother nature the middle finger with the new (spin this) wind generator :)


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Post by Richo » Wed, 27 Jun 2012, 20:35

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Classic!

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Post by Richo » Wed, 27 Jun 2012, 20:37

Ah it finished.
$86 I wonder if it actually sold.

180V 5kW eV may have been interesting...
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Post by Simon » Thu, 28 Jun 2012, 00:39

You can get plenty of these sort of motors from the Verge Junk collection. Most of them are not rated as high continuous power as this one though.

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Post by Canberra32 » Thu, 28 Jun 2012, 01:25

At the rubish tip recycling center there are heaps of discarded 3phase motors cheap as chips.
New brushes and a rewire and they make fun little motors.
There was one there a few weeks ago the size of warp13
Surprised they don't recycle them for the copper

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