12V AIR X Marine Wind Turbine Primus Wind Power

12V AIR X Marine Wind Turbine Primus Wind Power



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12V AIR X Marine 30 kWh Wind Turbine

Optimum energy in high wind & marine environments

When you need energy in marine environments, the AIR X Marine delivers. It’s hands down the best energy choice for off-grid marine-based applications in high wind environments. Use it for SCADA, telecom, security, cathodic protection — you name it. With optimized software, AIR X Marine consistently delivers energy where it matters. The AIR X Marine’s heavy-duty design can withstand most high wind environments. The AIR X Marine is an ideal turbine for hybrid combinations with solar PV.  AIR X Marine is built and backed by the worldwide leader in small wind.

  • High-quality, third-party tested components for reliability and safety
  • Pair with solar PV for redundant energy production year-round
  • Advanced microprocessor technology for superior performance and high wind protection without mechanical braking
  • Lightweight design is simple and easy-to-install; integrated power electronics for plug-and-play operation
  • Produces 30 kWh of energy a month* for marine-based, high wind applications
  • Intended for corrosive – marine environments

AIR X Marine Certifications:

  • Restrictive of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance
  • CE Declaration of Conformity (for battery charging applications only)

Additional information


Approx. 30 kWh/mo at 5.8 m/s (13 mph)

Swept Area

1.07 m2 (11.5 ft2)

Rotor Diameter

1.17 m (46 in)


5.9 kg (13 lb)

Startup Wind Speed

3.58 m/s (8 mph)


12 VDC

Turbine Controller

Mircoprocessor-based smart controller


Permanent mold cast aluminum


3 Injection-molded composite


Permanent magnet brushless

Overspeed Protection

Electronic torque control

Survival Wind Speed

49.2 m/s (110 mph)


1.5 in schedule 40 pipe 48 mm (1.9 in) outer diameter

Wind Speed Operating Range

3.6-22 m/s (8-49 mph)

Optimum Wind Speed Range

11-15 m/s (25-32 mph)