ECO-WORTHY 12V to 110V, 900W Wind solar: 5pcs 100w poly solar panel + 1pc 12V/24V 400W Wind turbine + 1KW 12V-110V Off Grid Inverter + Cable Connector for Home Use

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Score: Well Done!

Do you like to save money? I think I know the answer to that one.

Do you want to do your part to make the world a healthier place for future generations?

Either way, the ECO-WORTHY 12V to 110V, 900W Wind solar combo set with 5 100w solar panels can help you achieve your desires.

This unit won’t solve all your energy demands… far from it, but it is an excellent supplement, especially for boats, outdoor sheds or events, and any other structure not tied to the grid that you may want to light up like a Christmas tree.

This particular unit has mostly positive feedback. One customer noted though that he forgot to buy wind in a can when he bought this unit. Let that be fair warning that if you have no wind, this might not be the smartest choice. It runs batteries, it doesn’t run on batteries.


Product Description
400W Wind Turbine Generator
Rated Power:400W
Service Voltage:12-24V
Cut-in Wind Speed:2.5m/s
Rated Wind Speed:10.5m/s
Maximum wind speed:35m/s
Rated Rotate Speed:800r/min
Battery capacity:200-400AH
Output Voltage(AC):110-220V
Control system:Automatic fan dedicated controller
Generator style:Permanent-magento-phase A.C
Fan blade quantity:3pcs
Wind leaf material:Carbon fibre composite
Rotor diameter:1.2M
Tower diameter:Suggest more than 80mm
Altitude of towe:4.5M-10M
Pole diameter:Out diameter 7.4cm, Inner diameter 5.3cm
Net weight:17.64lbs (8kg)
Packing:27"*14.4"*8.3" (687*365*210mm)

100W poly solar panel
Max. Voltage(Vmp):21.6V
Open Circuit Voltage(Voc):18V
Max. Current(Imp):6.11A
Short circuit current (Isc):5.55A
Output Tolerance:±3%
Temperate coefficient of Isc:(0.10+/- 0.01) %/℃
Temperate coefficient of Voc:-(0.38 +/-0.01) %/℃
Temperate coefficient of power Voc:-0.47%/℃
Temperature range:-40℃~+80℃
Frame:Heavy duty aluminum
Kind of glass and its thickness:Low Iron, high transparency tempered glass of 3.2mm
SLA Battery Voltage:12V
Weight: 20.2 pounds (9.16KG)
Size: 39.3*26.2*1.38in (996*665*35mm)

1000W 12V-110V Pure Sine Wave Inverter
Output Volt:110V
Continuous Power:1000W
Surge Power: 2000W
Frequency:60Hz
Effienvy:>90%
USB Output:5V
Input Range:10-15V
Working Input:12V
Low Battery Alarm:10.5+0.3V
Over Load Shut Down:120W over 10 second
Over heating shut down:>75?
Over Thermal Protection:Shut down the output
Working Temperature:-10℃~+50℃

Package Included:
1pc 400W Wind Generator with Hybrid Controller
5pcs 100W Poly Solar Panels
1pc 12V-110V 1000 Watts Off Grid Pure Sine Wave Inverter
4 pairs Y Branch MC4 Connectors
1pc 24cm Cable with MC4 Connectors (Please cut it into two pieces for connection)

Price: $1,143.99
  • This unit can be placed on a house boat with the turbine generator. You can use wind and solar simultaneously to charge battery bank.
  • The new style controller is more efficient and fully automatic, you don't need to set any parameters.
  • The cable adapter is used to connect the solar panels with the controller, you need to get other cables (14awg suggested) to connect the turbine with the controller.
  • The controller is 12V/24V autodetect, please connect the battery to the controller firstly, and then connect the solar panel and wind turbine with the controller.
  • Controller connection: Red wire is the positive for all connections; Black wire connect with battery negative; Green wires connect with wind turbine (in no particular order); Blue wire connect with solar negative; Yellow wire connect with 12V/24V DC devices.

3 thoughts on “ECO-WORTHY 12V to 110V, 900W Wind solar: 5pcs 100w poly solar panel + 1pc 12V/24V 400W Wind turbine + 1KW 12V-110V Off Grid Inverter + Cable Connector for Home Use

  1. 33 of 33 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I like everything so far but I think I should of …, July 20, 2016

    By John

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    This review is from: ECO-WORTHY 24 Volts 600 Watts Wind Solar Power: 1pc 12V/24V 400 Watt Wind Turbine Generator + 2pcs 12V 100 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel + 24cm Cable with MC4 Connector

    I like everything so far but I think I should of bought a can of wind to go with the turbine , Of course ever since I have installed everything then wind decided to stop blowing , Panels are working great and I mostly bought the turbine for the winter wind so I am not disappointed with the turbine just yet,
    I am running a GT power 3000w Peak 6000w modified Sine inverter 24 volt Ac 110v220v230v240 converter and just the panels alone keep my batteries charged up to run a full size Amana fridge freezer during the day along with my laptop .

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  2. 88 of 93 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    … all – I have to say the support was excellent. Evan was the person helping me, May 3, 2016

    By Paul M Kraus

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    This review is from: ECO-WORTHY 24 Volts 600 Watts Wind Solar Power: 1pc 12V/24V 400 Watt Wind Turbine Generator + 2pcs 12V 100 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel + 24cm Cable with MC4 Connector

    First of all – I have to say the support was excellent. Evan was the person helping me, and he was not satisfied until I was happy. I agree with the other reviewer that the documentation could use a little help, so I will try to augment their instructions with this review. Please pardon any errors on my part, I will edit the review if any are pointed out.

    First of all – this is a 24v system. Sure you can hook it up to a single battery as 12v but as soon as you hook more batteries up in parallel (and generate more than 10A from your batteries) , you will burn out your controller. Start with 24v and you will be happier.

    I am using 2x12v batteries in series to get me 24v – and hooking additional pairs in parallel to generate more amps. The system seems to like this fine.

    My system came with 2 solar panels and only a single M4 pigtail – with male knew one end and remain on the other. I originally thought this to be used to connect the panels. Instead, the panels connect with the connectors on the panels, and cutting the M4 pigtail in half, gave me the leads I needed to connect it to my “solar line in”. I connected the panels to my solar line (which is just the white/black wires of a heavy duty extension cord) with male/female disconnects then taped them.

    All my connections back to the controller are using male/female insulated disconnects (yellow) that I got at the Home Depot. On the controller, I used all female and anything back to the controller used male(obviously). Is made it super easy to connect it all up correctly.

    Another thing I suggest is to create a battery(+) and a battery(-) pigtail. You will likely want to plug more into the battery (such as your “load line”) into the load(-) and the battery(+). I found it easiest to create pigtails that started with a male end (to the controller) and 4-5 female ends to plug other things into. 4-5 are too many for my small installation but I now have room to grow.

    The wind turbine is pretty easy to wire. Get a 2″ pipe for your tower (or however your application needs) run a heavy duty extension cord through the pipe, and connect how you see fit. AC raw doesn’t care about the black, white green wire you choose. Just connect them and tape them well.

    I next made the battery cable. Pretty simple to get “lug” ends for you battery side and use insulated connectors from the controller side.

    Lastly I made a “load line” to power my chicken coop’s door, inside LEDs and outside LEDs.

    Now I did a little testing. First I tested to see if I was getting power from the solar. This is pretty simple with a volt meter and you don’t have to hook anything to the controller. Next I tested to see if I was getting power from the turbine. To do this – I had to hook the turbine lines into the controller, and test the battery(+) and battery(-). Once the turbine is spinning – you should see power. Now disconnect the turbine wires. Lastly – I test to see that I was getting 24v through the battery wire. No need for the controller here. Just connect your batteries to the cable, and put a volt meter on it – you will see 24v-26v for this test. If you have power – you should be good to hook the system up.

    I suggest hooking the system up in the following order:
    1. Attach the positive(+) pigtail to the battery(+) line on the controller. This is the red wire.
    2. Attach the negative(-) pigtail to the battery(-) line on the controller. This is the black wire.
    3. Check to see that the battery LED is on (and will be green if your batteries are charged).
    4. Now hook the turbine line to the controller. The turbine led will glow. There is a good description in the pamphlet that accompanied the system. For me – this LED was red and that freaked me out. But that just means the batteries are full and the turbine brake is being automatically applied.
    5. Hook the solar(-) to the green line on the controller.
    6. Hook the solar(+) to the positive(+) pigtail. You should now see the solar LED glow.
    7. At this point, if you have sun and/or wind, you will begin charging/recharging your batteries.
    8. This leaves two things “load” and AC.
    8a. Testing load(-) and battery(+) pigtail should give you 24v output. You may need to convert this back to 12v if what you are hanging off of load is just 12v. Please let us know how you solved this.
    8b. For AC, I just used a set of jumper cables running to my 24v inverter. There is a 200A fuse in the positive line which is likely overkill but better than starting a fire.

    Given some good prep and (hopefully) these steps – you should be all set to generate power.

    I hope this helps.

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  3. 12 of 14 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Four Stars, November 19, 2016

    By Hutchinson Awardy

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    This review is from: ECO-WORTHY 24 Volts 600 Watts Wind Solar Power: 1pc 12V/24V 400 Watt Wind Turbine Generator + 2pcs 12V 100 Watt Polycrystalline Solar Panel + 24cm Cable with MC4 Connector

    so far no major complains , turbine does not spin as expected its 22′ up in the air

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