Wind Power or Wind Generation is provided by Wind Turbines or Wind Generators for renewable energy as supplied by our associates Ampair. This includes models for battery charging and grid linking.
For wind power generation enquiries: E-mail by clicking including power required in Watts and delivery location so we can use an appropriate currency and estimate transport costs.
The Ampair 100 (pictured top left) is now the smallest wind generator that Ampair manufactures. This model and the Ampair 300 are particularly aimed at 12V and 24V battery charging and are popular with the sailing fraternity. They are in use at many remote shore sites, including Antarctica. The Ampair 600 (pictured top right), is aimed at providing renewable micro-power for the land market with either batteries (24V or 48V) or grid linking, with or without net metering. The latest model is the Ampair 6000 (bottom picture), aimed initially at providing full grid-linked power for a typical house. A 48V battery-charge model will follow.
Ampair has agents and distributors in Australia, Azores, Canada, Canary Islands, Estonia, Europe, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Romania, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK and USA. For more details of the products, applications and agents go to the Ampair web site.
Links to rest of Isomatic UK site:
For water power go to Water Power page
For single to 3 phase conversion go to 3 phase converter page
For explanation of 3 phase supplies and guide to 3 phase converter selection, go to the 3 phase converter selection page
3 phase convertor page (mis-spelling of converter)
Go to rotary phase converter page (alternative names, otherwise identical)
Go to electrical transformer page
Go to coil winding page
Go to C cores page
Go to toroidal cores page
Go to resistance welding transformer page
Go to Isomatic table of contents (if no frames are showing or required)
Return to Isomatic home page (with frames and table of contents)
NOTE: Internet Explorer might require the use of the Home Page link at the top of the contents list in the left-hand Isomatic UK frame. Netscape works fine whichever you click.
Please send any comments, criticisms, suggestions or questions concerning this page to
This page was updated and its HTML syntax checked on 25 May 2009 using BBEdit on an iMac .
Isomatic and its associate companies have a policy of continual product improvement and therefore reserves the right to change specifications, dimensions and appearance from that shown on this web page.
This Isomatic web site names other companies and contains links to other sites. These names and links are not endorsements of any products or services from such companies or sites and no information in other sites has been endorsed or approved by this site.
These pages are hosted by West Dorset Internet (Wessex broadband) www.wdi.co.uk
Statistics on accesses to this page are provided by HitBox.
Our current favourite international search engine is
faster indexing and faster searching than any other we have tried.
Try it yourself by clicking on Search the Web or search from here