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Old 11-23-2006, 11:54 AM   #1
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Default Hornet Wind Generator

Does anyone have a Hornet Wind generator? they say the 1000 will put out 83 AMPS.

on another forum someone told me that none of them would put out that much.

they have a sea 50 battery regulator that dumps power at 14 volts. and turns off at 12.5 volts. you can run solar & wind to it. thanks for any info. Vern.
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