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- What is AC power?
As you read the TESUP turbine descriptions you may notice that TESUP’s turbines all produce AC power, but what does that mean? AC power stands for Alternating Current power, this is opposed to DC power or Direct Current. Direct Current is the more simple form of power: A constant voltage signal which is the result of electrons in a wire moving one after another. DC power is preferable for use in household electronics as it provides more consistent power to the device. This is why most of your devices will have a DC power converter from the socket at the wall. AC power is the type of power transmission used by national grids and electricity suppliers. It is the signal generated by electrons moving backwards and forwards in a wire. The signal itself consists of a simple sine wave, where the voltage cycles between positive and negative. Depending on how many phases of sine waves are used, the signal will be a combination of overlapping sine waves. Generally the more different phases a signal has, the more stable the voltage of the signal. TESUP turbine generators use 3-phase generators (just like the larger scale generators you might see in a large power plant), this is the best way to generate electricity from a rotating motion, the sort of motion you get from a wind turbine. (If you are curious about 3-phase generators TESUP has another post about these!) This means the electricity they generate is 3-phase AC power. Due to the variability in wind conditions and therefore rotation speed of the generator, the AC power generated under real conditions is not a stable set of sine waves but rather sine-like waves which vary in amplitude and frequency. The 3-phase AC is output from the turbine in 3 separate wires, these wires attach to the charge controller which uses an AC to DC conversion circuit to convert the input AC power to DC power (surprisingly enough). This makes the power suitable for use in charging batteries. If you also choose to have an inverter in your system, this device converts the power back from DC to AC to match the power type used in national grids. In this state, you can sell energy generated by your turbine to the grid!
- The Evolution of the Atlas 2.0
Wind turbines and power generating technologies take a lot of time, effort and resources to develop properly, especially when making improvements to efficiency and overall power generation. Just looking at an Atlas 2.0 turbine, it is difficult to see how much development has gone into the model. Many hours have been spent by TESUP technicians who try to improve every aspect of Atlas 2.0 turbines. This can range from anything to improving the internal electronics of the power transmission to efficiently use every bit of electricity generated, to improving the exterior aesthetics of the wind turbine so it looks lovely on top of your house or maybe improving the aerodynamics of the wind turbine so more energy is harvested from each and every gust of wind. Atlas 2.0 has come a long way in its lifetime, as one of TESUP’s most popular turbines it has had a lot of resources allocated to it. This is an early stage Atlas 2.0 turbine. It is clear to see that the exterior aesthetics of the turbine have been improved over time when you compare it to the current version of the Atlas 2.0. As well as a system statistics viewing panel, added to the base of the turbine. Not only have the exterior aspects seen an improvement, the interior workings have been upgraded over time to improve performance. Committed to continuous improvement, TESUP is now working to upgrade the generator used in the Atlas 2.0 line of turbines to create a more powerful turbine that can output more power than any Atlas 2.0 turbine has before! Look out for more details on the TESUP website soon! #Atlas2.0 #improving #setup #safety #electricalcomponents #off-grid #renewableenergy #chargecontroller #windturbine #windpower #energy #electricalpower #manufacturing #wind #betterfuture #betterenvironment #batterystorage #off-gridsystem #on-gridsystem #powermanagement
- Electric Vehicle charging with TESUP turbines!
A new age of transportation is dawning. Countries and companies across the world are racing to replace current fossil fuel powered vehicles with cleaner alternatives. The energy source primed to take the combustion engine’s place as most popular is battery powered electric vehicles. Great! You say, much less pollution will be spewed out by cars over the years, reducing the impact of personal transportation on the environment. Unfortunately it isn't quite so simple. Electric vehicles are only as clean as their source of electricity. For example if the electricity you charge your electric vehicle with is generated in a coal driven power plant, then many harmful emissions were generated to power your vehicle. This is where TESUP turbines come in! By using the power of the wind, no emissions are released in the process of generating electricity. Making TESUP turbine power generation a clean, green source of energy. So you can use your electric vehicle emission free! What’s more is TESUP has a range of electrical management systems, including a recently improved charge controller, to help you manage your electricity and pair well with your TESUP turbine. The equipment you need to successfully charge your electric vehicle is shown in the video below! For this setup all you need connected to your turbine is a charge controller followed by a grid inverter to allow your power to be transferred through the grid to your electric vehicle! #electricalcomponents #off-grid #renewableenergy #chargecontroller #windturbine #windpower #energy #electricalpower #wind #betterfuture #betterenvironment #batterystorage #off-gridsystem #powermanagement #safetyequipment
- Investor Relations | TESUP NZ
About TESUP NZ TESUP manufactures wind turbines and flexible solar panels. We deliver goods to your doorstep with DHL or UPS. Easy to install, QR Code to watch the installation video is on the box. We have got various factories, workshops, local warehouses and offices. We are operating in 26 countries with local warehouses, offices and employees. Our renewable energy experience and knowledge dating back to 1974. We have been involved in various hydroelectric, wind and solar power plants with experience 1000+ MW total installed capacity. Mission The world was built on non-renewable energy but it’s time to make the switch to renewable energy, and fast. That can be hard to do when most renewable energy technologies are expensive, but just like a chameleon, the change can be easy with TESUP. We provide affordable, innovative, high-quality, clean energy technologies that can be available to everyone: Homeowners, businesses, schools, non-profits and government organisations. Vision Clean energy should not be a hardship, it should be a lifestyle. Our aim is to see TESUP wind turbines and flexible solar panels operational on every single home in New Zealand to generate its own electricity for electric cars and household needs. We keep on growing. The number of sales invoices that have been made in the last 12 months is over 5500 despite the pandemic. We are working hard to list TESUP in the preferred London and New York Stock Exchange Markets before 2025. Nadiia Tsymbal - Investor Relations Manager
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