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Ginger Stevenson   February 18, 2013 1:06:09 PM 
Fort Walton Beach, FL
I am looking to go off the grid. If you hadn't made the videos I would never have looked into Missouri Wind. Thank You.

 
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Paul A. Hughes   February 18, 2013 11:12:38 AM 
Seward Nebraska
Manager of Automation Engineerin
I love the Missouri General Wind Turbines with the 13 Blade Hub kits. I have 4 installed on roof-mount kits above my garage powering 12 US Battery REL16XC 6Vdc batteries in three 24Vdc strings. I'm using an Outback FP2-28 split phase inverter system with two GTFX3524 inverters in it. I've seen 38Adc into the battery from the four generators at about 25mph winds. I'm working with MWAS to upload pictures and videos for your viewing.
Paul

 

Neal Goodman   January 22, 2013 11:27:37 AM 
Anderson, In
Plant Manager
I bought the all in one unit with charge controller, Inverter, divert load for wind and solar. Man what a unit. Does exactly as it says and I could not be happier. Have bought a couple of other gadgets since from MW&S and I am just as happy with the help line to keep me going. Thanks for being who you say you are.

 
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eddy jacobsen   January 17, 2013 10:31:00 AM 
Scandinavia - Denmark-Norway
Detective
Thank you Steve for valuable updates to me hard working google-search to find knowledge in this new and very interesting field of power..
Order is soon under way...

 
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Victor Humphrey   December 24, 2012 6:14:59 PM 
The Garden Club
Window Cleaner
Just want to say Hi! and thank Steve C. for taking the time to explain solar & wind tie-ins and equipment needed for our small start-up operation. Frank and I had a good time touring the shop! Grin - Vic Humphrey, Springfield. MO.

 
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Nicholas Theriault   December 10, 2012 9:23:38 AM 
United States
MET
I wanted to let everyone know how happy I am with the service over at Missouri Wind. I order an inexpensive little rectifier that I needed for my home built PMA. It was shipped immediately but never arrived. The Post Office accepted it the package and at some point the shipping label was damaged. The Post Office would do nothing about it, and told me to ask for a replacement part from Missouri Wind. I thought this was ridiculous since it was the fault of the post office so why on earth would MW be so generous to just send me another part. Well they did and it arrived very quickly. Thank MW, I'll be ordering much more from you very soon for my Off-grid home.
-NT

 
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Savannah eBikes   November 10, 2012 5:54:26 AM 
Savannah Ga
Sales
The only thing better than not using gas while riding my Electric Bike is not using Grid-Power to charge up my Electric Bike. Thanks for all your support in helping me design my Home Solar System.

I will be expanding my system over the coarse of a few years and plan on using some of your Windmills in conjunction with the Solar. Thanks again, Dan Savannah eBikes Clapping

 
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Luciano Leão   October 30, 2012 11:40:09 PM 
Recife-PE-Brasil
Vocês vendem para o Brasil? Quanto Ficaria preço e frete? De um alternador “Renegade 7 Magnet Wind Turbine Permanent Magnet Alternator 12 volts” e uma turbina “7 G4 Raptor Blades and Hub”.

 
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albert nichols   October 28, 2012 3:19:28 PM 
wichita ,k
I have a wind turbine it looks like the typ214. I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO WIRE WIRE IT WITH IT NOT RAPPING A ROUND THE POLE.ITS LOOKS LIKE THE ONLY WAY IS TO SEND THE WIRE DOWN THE CENTER OF THE POLE. THNKS FOR ANY HELP.

 
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Walter   October 9, 2012 6:26:22 PM 
Texas
I got the grid tie system going about 4 days ago. It consists of 2each 220 watt solar panels and a 500 watt grid tie inverter. The first day was heavily overcast with rain, the system put out 25 to 75 that day. The next couple of days were partly cloudy and overcast, the system put out 75 to 300 watts on those two days. The last couple of days have been sunny and the system put out 300 to 350 watts while the sunlight was hitting the panels everytime I checked it. Tomorrow I'll put the Kill a Watt meter on it for the entire day to see how much power it makes throughout the day. This is a great little system, can't wait to get the big stand alone system going. It feels great to finally be on the road to getting of the juice. My thanks to Mark and the gang at mswands.

 
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