The E-3120 50kW is a popular choice amongst farmers.
The Endurance E-3120 wind turbine is designed to produce renewable energy efficiently, reliably, safely, and quietly.

Endurance E-3120 50kW

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Alongside our local partner, we can offer a range of larger wind turbines to suit your energy needs.

The Endurance E-3120 wind turbine is designed to produce renewable energy efficiently, reliably, safely, and quietly. This turbine is the ideal solution for larger farms, schools, hospitals and commercial/industrial sites. The turbine is capable of producing generous yields ranging from 100,000 – 250,000 kWh per year when sited in a suitable location with appropriate wind speeds.

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Turbine Specification

Architecture Downwind, 3 bladed rotor, horizontal axis
Rated power 50 kW @ 9.5 m/s (21mph) , 80kW’s max sustained output
Max output Continuous 80kW’s
Max output One minute average 90kW’s
Applications Direct grid-tie
Rotor Speed 42 rpm
Cut in wind speed 3.5 m/s (7.8 mph)
Cut out wind speed 25 m/s (56 mph)
Survival wind speed 52 m/s
Overall weight 3,990 kg (8,800 lbs)
Rotor diameter 19.2m (63.0 ft)
Swept area 290m2 (3,120 ft2)
Blade length 9.00m (29.53 ft)
Blade material Fiberglass/polyester
Power regulation Stall control (constant speed)
Type Induction generator
Configuration 3 phase, 400 VAC @ 50 Hz
Main brake system Rapid fail-safe dual mechanical brakes
Secondary safety Pitch control system (for over-speed regulation) using passive spring loaded mechanism
Automatic shutdown triggered by: High wind speed | Grid failure | Over speed | All other fault conditions
Control system Programmable logic controller (PLC)
User interface Wireless or wired networked software interface for remote monitoring and control
Warranty 5 years parts and labour
Tower types Free standing monopole: 24m (80ft), 36.5m (120ft)
Maintenance access Safe climbing system working space inside the nacelle, Tower-top work platform
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