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June 23, 2013, 09:13:17 AM
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If anyone's interested, I'll get selling.  The wind generators will probably run about 4-5 BTC, but will supply about 2500 watts of power.  I can compile together a complete system based on what your situation is and ship it all to you in a semi-timely fashion.  I try to find the most efficient setup based on location and what items are available.  Shipping batteries would be difficult, but not impossible.
These alternate power sources can be a game-changer when it comes to mining BTC since it will greatly offset the power consumption of your systems while adding the possibility for some money received from your electric company (unlikely, most likely just a much lower bill).  The return in investment can be seen in about 1.5 - 2 years generally.
Please let me know if anyone is interested.

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June 23, 2013, 10:03:58 AM
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June 23, 2013, 10:29:18 AM
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$500 wind generator?  How can you make that so cheap?

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June 23, 2013, 11:57:27 AM
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$500 wind generator?  How can you make that so cheap?
The generators their selves (dual rotor) costs about $450.  That doesn't include the hubs, blades, wiring, inverters, batteries, etc.  But it's just about the only independent thing that I could price without having a huge list.  The generator is the spinny part that makes the 3-phase AC electricity at 12, 24, 49 or 96 volts to charge your battery bank and output to your inverter for either connecting to your city's power grid (recommended) or use directly in your home independently.
The thing is, I would need to know more about what kind of setup you want before I could price everything for you.  So, shoot me a message if you're interested (please no flaming arrows) and I'll send back a list of questions that need to be answered to toss together a price quote.

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June 23, 2013, 04:35:03 PM
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$500 wind generator?  How can you make that so cheap?
The generators their selves (dual rotor) costs about $450.  That doesn't include the hubs, blades, wiring, inverters, batteries, etc.  But it's just about the only independent thing that I could price without having a huge list.  The generator is the spinny part that makes the 3-phase AC electricity at 12, 24, 49 or 96 volts to charge your battery bank and output to your inverter for either connecting to your city's power grid (recommended) or use directly in your home independently.
The thing is, I would need to know more about what kind of setup you want before I could price everything for you.  So, shoot me a message if you're interested (please no flaming arrows) and I'll send back a list of questions that need to be answered to toss together a price quote.
Ok.  Do you own a company IRL that supplies this sort of thing, or are you doing it as a hobby?

Very cool, btw!

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June 23, 2013, 11:10:45 PM
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$500 wind generator?  How can you make that so cheap?
The generators their selves (dual rotor) costs about $450.  That doesn't include the hubs, blades, wiring, inverters, batteries, etc.  But it's just about the only independent thing that I could price without having a huge list.  The generator is the spinny part that makes the 3-phase AC electricity at 12, 24, 49 or 96 volts to charge your battery bank and output to your inverter for either connecting to your city's power grid (recommended) or use directly in your home independently.
The thing is, I would need to know more about what kind of setup you want before I could price everything for you.  So, shoot me a message if you're interested (please no flaming arrows) and I'll send back a list of questions that need to be answered to toss together a price quote.
Ok.  Do you own a company IRL that supplies this sort of thing, or are you doing it as a hobby?

Very cool, btw!
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June 24, 2013, 12:26:54 AM
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If you could offer some kind of survival set up I wouldn't mind offering it to my customers.

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June 24, 2013, 01:48:17 AM
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If you could offer some kind of survival set up I wouldn't mind offering it to my customers.
Please define survival.  Power-outage with recharge after power restoration, or self-sufficient backup power supply which recharges based on wind conditions?
Either way, it would depend on how many watts they're pulling.
I can offer some inverter-chargers which will act as UPS units, they're often found in RV setups.  However, I would prefer the wind generator setup based on ease of use and connection without the requirement of grid-power to recharge batteries.

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June 24, 2013, 02:25:16 AM
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I may be interested in hearing details.

I would likely be looking at two different setups:
1st would be to run my computer gear:
       1275 watts at the wall
2nd would be for a "datacenter"
       5 Servers (each with 2 250watt power supplies)
       Would require ability to grow

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June 24, 2013, 03:18:12 PM
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Will the wind powered generators be dependent on the areas you are from?  Also do you need any permits?

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June 24, 2013, 03:21:07 PM
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If anyone's interested, I'll get selling.  The wind generators will probably run about 4-5 BTC, but will supply about 2500 watts of power.  I can compile together a complete system based on what your situation is and ship it all to you in a semi-timely fashion.  I try to find the most efficient setup based on location and what items are available.  Shipping batteries would be difficult, but not impossible.
These alternate power sources can be a game-changer when it comes to mining BTC since it will greatly offset the power consumption of your systems while adding the possibility for some money received from your electric company (unlikely, most likely just a much lower bill).  The return in investment can be seen in about 1.5 - 2 years generally.
Please let me know if anyone is interested.

Thanks!
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im interested, i want inverters and solar panels, how much would it cost?

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