Wind Turbines


Superwind Micro-Wind Turbines (350W & 1250W) provide a source of DC power by capturing the energy of moving air and converting it into electricity. Superwind Micro-Wind Turbines are made of the highest quality components – salt water resistant aluminum alloy and stainless steel for autonomous operation in any harsh environment. When the application is critical, the professional soluton is Superwind!

How It Works

A wind turbine typically consists of a rotor, electric generator, and a control system. The rotor, which looks much like an airplane propellor in most cases, is turned by the wind. The rotor is connected to a shaft which either directly or through a drive mechanism turns the armature of the generator thereby creating electricity. The control system manages the interface to the load. Because of the speed variability of the wind, wind turbines have a DC power output.

Superwind GmbH was established in 2004 after four years of successful research, design and testing of its now internationally patented micro-turbine technology. Since then, thousands of commercially rated Superwind 350 (and new Superwind 1250) turbines have been quietly providing reliable, autonomous wind generated electricity to users in remote, harsh conditions on both land and at sea world-wide.
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Key Features & Benefits

  • Auto-Feathering Blade System
    What sets the Superwind apart from other micro-wind turbines is their patented auto-feathering blade system that prevents damage to the system when wind speeds approach high levels by automatically and individually adjusting blade pitch to the wind force. When wind force lessens the blades automatically return to their normal position.
  • Dump Load Resistor System
    Superwind is one of the first and only manufacturers to incorporate a dump load resistor into their charge controller set. This allows the turbine to be left on, allowing unattended operation (making power 24/7) when sufficient wind is available. By charging batteries within the manufacturers specs and dumping the power only after the batteries are fully charged, making the Superwind truly automonous, reliable and highly efficient.
  • “Valance Verified”
    Superwind is the only micro-wind turbine to be “valance verified” – meaning it is qualified to charge lithium iron magnesium phosphate (LiFeMgPO4) batteries and energy storage systems.
  • Easy Integration w/Existing Systems
    The Superwind is designed to easily integrate with solar panels, fuel cells, stirling engines and diesel gensets.
    The intermittent nature of wind can deliver fuel conservation advantages in windy areas.

Superwind 350 Technical Specs

  • Rated Power: 350 Watts
  • Voltage Output: 12VDC, 24VDC or 48VDC
  • Rated Wind Speed: 12.5 m/s
  • Cut In Wind Speed: 3.5 m/s
  • Cut Off Wind Speed: None
  • Rotor Diameter: 1.22m
  • # of Blades: 3
  • Rotor Speed: 500-1300 rpm
  • Generator: Permanent magnet, 3-phase w/Neodymium magnets
  • Connection: Charge Controller
  • Speed Regulation: Passive Pitch Control
  • Power Regulation: Passive Pitch Control
  • Weight: 25.5 lbs

Superwind 1250 Technical Specs

  • Nominal Power: 1250 Watts
  • Nominal Voltage Output: 24VDC or 48VDC
  • Nominal Wind Speed: 11.5 m/s
  • Cut In Wind Speed: 3.5 m/s
  • Cut Off Wind Speed: None
  • Rotor Diameter: 2.4m
  • # of Blades: 3
  • Rotor Speed: 300-600 rpm
  • Generator: Permanent magnet, 3-phase, Neodymium magnets
  • Speed Regulation: Rotor Blade Pitch
  • Power Regulation: Rotor Blade Pitch
  • Weight: 99 lbs


  • Off-Grid Remote Sites
  • Railway Wayside
  • Oil & Gas Upstream & Midstream
  • Telecom


Brochure – Superwind 350 I&O Manual

Brochure – Superwind 1250 I&O Manual