Bornay Inclin 600
The Bornay Inclin 600 is a dual-bladed wind turbine.
The Bornay Inclin 600 wind turbine designed to work in parallel with solar systems to support rural electrification, water pumping and telecom.
Bornay partners with various national distributors worldwide.
Goal 7: Clean and affordable energy
Target consumers are those in remote areas not connected to the grid, or those connected with intent to sell power back to the grid.
The product is mass produced and available to ship within 24-48 hours.
The Bornay Inclin 600 is available world wide though many distributors. It is not clear if turbines can be purchased directly from the company or only through distributors in each region/country. Bornay can ship to any point on the planet in 24-48 hours.
It is currently unknown how many units have been distributed, however it is estimate to be over 6,000.
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How tall is this system and/or how high above ground does it operate?
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What type of controls are used, remote diagnostics, etc.
The Bornay Inclin 600 has the following technical specifications:
• Number of blades: 2
• Diameter: 2 m
• Material: Fiberglass and carbon fiber
• Direction of rotation: Counterclockwise
• Alternator: Three phases, permanent magnet
• Magnets: Ferrite
• Nominal power: 600 w
• Voltage: 12, 24, 48 v
• RPM: @ 1000
• Regulator: 12 v 60 Amp; 24 v 30 Amp; 48 v 15 Amp
• Windturbine weight: 38 kg
• Regulator weight: 7 kg
• Packaging: 50 x 77 x 57 cm – 55 kg
• Dimensions – weight: 104 x 27 x 7 cm – 4,7 kg
• Total: 0,22 m3- 59,7 Kgr
• Scope of supply: turbine, controller
• Control and protection system: speed control, power Control, yaw Control, braking
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Replacement components are also available through Bornay or via distributors Interview with representative
Lifecycle unknown, however the warranty for the Bornay 600 is 3 years.
The wind turbine was designed to maximize energy production versus windspeed:
• For turn on: 3,5 m/s
• For nominal power: 11 m/s
• For automatic brake system: 13 m/s
• Survival: 60 m/s
Bornay has its own laboratory in Spain, however it is not clear if other research centers are involved.
There are some potential hazards during the operation (such as danger of proximity of the blades to objects, humans or wildlife), which can be prevented by using appropriate wiring and not letting the turbine run freely without connection to the battery.
A hybrid energy system, such as a solar photovoltaic system, is beneficial in the event of low wind. Bornay also recommends combining solar power with a wind turbine and having a battery bank to store energy.
Ettoumi, F.Y., Adane, A.E.H., Benzaoui, M.L., Bouzergui, N., Comparative simulation of wind park design and siting in Algeria. Renewable Energy. 2008 Oct;33(10):2333-2338.
International standard ISO 9001, appliance standards under EC Directives: 89/392/CEE & 91/368/CEE, as well as the Normative of Security in Small windturbines: UNE-EN-61400-2. Bornay’s larger models have been tested with some others under CIEMAT-CEDER Spanish National renewable Energy center for distributed grids – but the 600 model was not part of these tests.
No details about the testing methods were provided
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