ETI Partners with BE-Wind to offer great new Wind Power Technology!

The EOW-100 is our smallest foot print. Design for light power outputs higher wind conditions, 1-3kw is available. Standard build is 2 x 1.0 Kw generators.

This design has 3 x 48” helix blades per side, designed to capture 360 degrees of air flow, with a low wind speed kick in of only 3-4 mph. Light weight of only 350 lbs. depending on generators, built from 6061 Aluminum that Is processed the same as commercial aircraft structures.  We anodize the aluminum when required by coastal locations to prevent corrosion; all the fasteners are Stainless steel and blades are of composite or ABS plastic with UV protection to avoid any discoloration of the material over long periods of sun exposure. This system was designed with portability and quick install in mind. This system is fully customizable for decals on front deflector and or night lighting with a solar panel and battery system for special lighting effects or lactation beacons.

This system was designed for areas of higher winds, Coastal, Mountain and extreme weather areas with averages above 15 mph. Even with a low kick in speed. The smaller blade surface allows for more intense weather locations. This system is fully customizable to your needs at a very low introductory cost and has the option to upgrade to more power when needed. The system will come fully assembled and ready to mount on multiple locations.



The EOW-100
can be configured to be used in many power applications. Battery storage for 12/24/48 Volt systems with pure sine wave inverters connecting directly to the power source. Grid tie applications with Inverters from ABB, Ginlong or Schneider electrical Systems. We are currently testing new systems all the time.

Testing Room:
  With both Grid tie and Sine Wave inverters, we are doing our best to ensure flexible connections. Shown below is a Grid tie ABB 2.0 UNO wind inverter. With rectifiers and dump load.  Also a Missouri Wind 24 Volt Battery charger and 2 AC pure sine wave inverters.  




Below is our power curve data. Since every location will be different, we optimized the data to show power generation based on Wind speed, torque and Blade RPM, We recommend a survey of the average winds at your location to determine average power generation. To find out average winds speed and direction in your area please see our links below.