Lynx Vawt Comparison


Side by side comparison of the first Lynx Vawt and the newer 4′ x 3.5′ Lynx Lenz2. This turbine has a very unique alternator with its 32 magnets and two sets of coils for low wind and high wind.

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16 Responses to Lynx Vawt Comparison

  1. BillBriceBennett says:

    very nicely engineered!

  2. axt947 says:

    Stating only volts tells me nothing. How many amps? Example: if they’re putting out 1 amp then each is putting out 20 watts, so I need 3 of these to power a 60 watt light bulb, which is not all that large.

  3. KoruEcoSpa says:

    You got that right, and it would be nice to know which is the quietest as well as some of them are super noisy once they get cranking.

  4. veebic says:

    I am interested in the one at the left,how did you do it?would you have any shematic of how you assemble the blades? all the hardware.
    thanks
    gervais

  5. TheServiceWeb says:

    WORLD RECORD: BIGGEST WIND TURBINE

    Visit: windturbinecarriedbywheels.weebly.com

    ZERO-NOISE from gears and generators since they’re sealed underground.

    SAVES THE BIRDS AND BATS since the turbines are slow-moving.

    DOES NOT NEED TO OCCUPY A WIDER LANDSCAPE since the turbine can be very tall.

    MAY BE LOWER-COST since it can use parts of junked trucks and others.

    ELUDES HURRICANE FORCE since the blades automatically close.

    HELPS THE WIND ENERGY COMPANIES since it is FREE FOR ALL.

  6. TheServiceWeb says:

    WORLD RECORD: BIGGEST WIND TURBINE
    windturbinecarriedbywheels.weebly.com
    THIS SAVES THE BIRDS and helps the wind energy companies (FREE FOR ALL.).

  7. Mrinfoone says:

    what are the dimensions on both and angles on the blades?

  8. Edward Desaulniers says:

    The one on the left is probably more bird friendly at low wind speeds.

  9. wing470 says:

    Yes 18 to 20 volt but 0 amps, what is inportant is the watts that it can produce…

  10. ripadisc says:

    please video of vawt construction man its look like it be the one for us home user

  11. LynxSteam says:

    The blades are angled 30 degrees off from the axis. But don’t make this unit, it isn’t worth the trouble. it was more a learnng step. There are simpler and cheaper ways to get power from wind. My more recent lift type VAWTs are much better.

  12. gloki20 says:

    NICE JOB CAN YOU SEND SOME PICTURES WHEN ITS STOP I AM CURIES HOW BIG ANGLE YOU USE FOR TURBINE Best Regards

  13. greenpowertrust says:

    Can you post a materials list and diagram for what you recommend?

  14. LynxSteam says:

    You are right. I have been working mainly on wing design and trying to get speed and torque. These drag types go around but don’t produce much watts until 20 mph. These are both 20 – 40 watt designs and I have moved on to more fertile ground. These types have to be large to be effective. There are ways to make them better, but I am working on lift types now.

  15. cableairman says:

    It would be really nice to know how many watts are being produced because nobody has any clue how much power it really makes unless you say how many volts and amps. Volts x Amps = Watts

  16. shadow1987live says:

    Nice work!!!
    the energetic revolution has beginning from our houses!!