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DIY power station.


The Electrovent Wind Generator. $850.00 for the kit, assemble over a weekend and say goodbye to expensive electricity bills. Er…as long as you only want to power small appliances and lighting and stuff. Still, it’s better than a slap in the face with a wet halibut, isn’t it? Batteries not included.

 If you have any other small appliances operating on 120 Volts AC you may use an inverter to transform your 12 Volts DC to 120 Volts AC. But we recommend you go on 12 volts because when using an inverter you will have a loss around 10 to 15% in the transformation process. You can easily find small 12 volt inexpensive halogen lamps in hardware stores. Some are complete with the lamp, reflector, wires and even screws for fixing them where you want.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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