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Looking for wind hybrid charge controllers

  • Ireland Ireland  
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    Posted on: 15 Oct 2020

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Hi,







I would like to thank you first for talking with me this morning, Just I want to forward my project information as required for commercial product from Forgen Renewable Company, I need to know the best option of charge controller available in Forgen Renewable Company as commercial product for the application of SmartBuoy in order to buy it from Forgen Renewable Company, if it is available, how many do we need, and is that product efficient for this purpose, this controller should be control the power and voltages produced by harvesting energy from the sun and wind, for use SmartBay's databuoy's battery charging circuit, I have Thesis project with SmartBay Ireland based in Galway, and I need this information's for the product as soon as possible to make decision , if you need more information's , then you can contact me by email: ***** , or you can contact SmartBay Company : ***** / ***** please.




the project discretion as following;






Project : SmartBuoy â Energy harvesting, storage and distribution


The databuoys used by SmartBay need a considerable amount of power; energy is stored in batteries on battery banks and harvested from the sun and the wind using solar panels and windmills. The battery banks provide power to all the different components of the buoy about (14-25 VDC) as power consumption (variable number of devices deployed, control and communications). The system developed in house for this purpose needs improvement, namely: careful balancing of the power harvesting capacity; design of an optimized battery charge control system, using off-the-shelf regulators; design and production of a prototype electrical board with embedded components. Ideally this board should be able to optimally adapt to a variable number of harvesting sources (8 solar panels produced about 17v @ 6 Amp and one or two windmills) and control the charge of the batteries (and the discharge as well, not allowing the batteries to go beyond minimum charge). you can see the file below for technical construction of that SmartBuoy.










Best Regards

Illa Krebit


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