50kw (I) Wind Turbines

50kw (I) Wind Turbines Power Curve

A 50kW (I) wind turbine produces enough energy to power a small neighborhood. These devices are also intended for agricultural and light industrial applications. It has also been used for years in remote village applications, where diesel power systems supply electricity for a small grid.  Click on the thumbnail to the right to view the Power Curve chart

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Specification Chart

Parameter Value Unit of Measurement
Rated Power 53.0 kW
Rotor Diameter 16.5 (54.1) m (ft)
Rated Wind Speed 11 (24.60) m/s (mph)
Cut-In Speed 2.7 (6.0) m/s (mph)
Cut-Out Speed 25.0 (55.9) m/s (mph)
Start Up Torque 40 kgf*m
Rated Torque 400 kgf*m
Survival Speed 59 (132) m/s (mph)
Operational RPM 68 rpm
Weight 6,443 (14,200) Kg (lb)
Std. Operating Temp. -10 to 40 (14to104) °C (°F)

General Specifications – General Turbine Design Features

General Configuration Description
Type Horizontal Axis, Upwind
Design Class IEC Class II  (air density 1.225 kg/m3, average annual wind below 8.5m/s, 50-yr peak gust below 59.5m/s)
Design Life 20 Years
Drive Train Description
Generator Type Permanent Magnet (PM)
Type Direct Drive
Speed Regulation Description
Generator Torque Control from Drive
Yaw System Description
Controls Active, Electromechanically driven with the wind direction / speed sensors and automatic cable unwind
Control/Electrical Description
Mounting Off Nacelle / Mounted, wired, tested and programmed in NEMA rated 3R enclosure
Compliant UL 1741, IEEE 1547
Power Converter VFD (Variable Frequency Drives)
Braking Systems Description
Emergency Back Up Speed Regulation Regenerative Brake
Loss of Grid Power / DC Buss Overvoltage Dynamic Resistive Brake
Emergency Shutdown / Parking Dual Caliper Disc Brake
Tower Description
Mono Pole / Tubular Sectional / Flanged
Hydraulic tilt up design – Optional up to 100ft
Environmental Standards Description
Temperature Range -10°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F) – Standard
-25°C to 50°C (-13°F to 122°F) – Extreme Temperature Range