Wind Turbine Energy FAQ
How are the units mounted?
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We offer a ballast stand mount for a flat roof, a pitched roof mounted stand, a pole mounted stand and a commercial cell tower mount.
Site Map For Free Power Wind Turbines
Below is a list of all the pages located at Free Power Wind Turbines.
The intorduction page to Free Power Wind Turbines.
Learn more about Free Power Wind Turbines and how we got started.
Honeywell Wind Turbine
Intoducing the next revolution in wind energy - The Honeywell WT6500.
Wind Energy Management
Power system controller chargers and invertors to mange your wind energy.
Free Power Wind Turbine Technology
Learn more about the Honeywel Wind Turbine and how it produces energy.
Wind Turbine Photo Gallery
View pictures of our wind turbines and installations in our photo gallery.
Wind Turbine Videos
See the Honeywell Wind Turbine in action in our videos section.
Wind Turbine FAQ
View our frequently asked questions about the wind turbine and wind energy.
Learn about the wind in your area and how much energy you can produce.
Wind Turbine Downloads & Manuals
Visit our downlaods section to find wind turbine marketing materials and manuals.
Order Your Wind Turbine
Buy your Honeywell Wind Turbine today!
Contact Free Power Wind Turbines
Contact Free Power Wind Turbines for more information.
Wind Turbine Model WT6500
The Honeywell WT6500 automatically moves with the wind through its directional fins and can be installed on a pole, roof or commercial mount. The wind turbine has a start-up speed as low as 0.5 mph, with an auto shut off at 38 mph.
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Turbine Mounting Options
Tip Power System
The innovative Blade Tip Power System (BTPS) is the patented technology created by WindTronics. The Honeywell Wind Turbine utilizes a system of magnets and stators surrounding its outer ring capturing power at the blade tips where speed is greatest, practically eliminating mechanical resistance and drag. Rather than forcing the available wind to turn a generator, the perimeter power system becomes the generator by swiftly passing the blade tip magnets through the copper coil banks mounted onto the enclosed perimeter frame. The Blade Tip Power System addresses past constraints such as size, noise, vibration and output. The enclosed perimeter shrouds the system and is more distinguishable to wildlife.