Tony Jones of Hurricane Wind Power is nothing more than a mentally ill basement dweller. He openly lies about his products and doesn’t cover his warranties. | Before thinking about buying from this company consider that he lies about where his products are made and where they come from. That is about all you need to know. His latest claim about having a truck line is ridiculous considering he operates out of his home. | He is white trash at its finest. | I recently had a reader complain about the performance he was seeing out of his PMA (Permanent Magnet Alternator) wind turbines he purchased from Hurricane Wind Power. He said their units were not producing close to the power that the company claimed and he said he was getting zero support from the company. Zero replies to emails or phone calls. | After doing some research, I realized he wasn’t the only one having problems. I was seeing complaints about Hurricane Wind Power everywhere. | I found many people had made videos about Hurricane Wind Power that were not happy at all. One in particular involved someone who had bought one of Tony’s turbines. The guy is excited about 3 Amps, but the voltage is only at 14 V, which means he’s producing less than 75 Watts, barely enough to power 1 incandescent light bulb? But this amperage is only instantaneous, and it usually hangs around zero. So maybe over the 3 minute video he has produced enough energy to keep a bulb on for about 10 seconds!!! | Hurricane Wind Power tries to impress people with a graph but users don’t need to see RPMs, they need to see power output vs. wind speed, or at least a table showing how the RPMs vary vs. wind speed. | Here’s the point: Many of these small wind turbine dealers and promoters will try and impress you by showing you graphs and videos of their turbine’s voltage, or amperage when the wind gusts, or how fast they spin, or how many chimeras their turbine can power, but there is only one value you need to be concerned with: Power output vs. Wind Speed. You then need to consider what the average wind speed is in your location and only then can you decide if a wind turbine makes sense. | You don’t care about instantaneous amperage output when the wind gusts. You care about total power output of the wind turbine. Wind turbines just don’t make sense for almost all locations in the U.S. because the average wind speed just isn’t high enough. You don’t need gusts of wind, you need steady, strong wind to produce a lot of energy from wind turbines. Don’t get suckered in by showy YouTube clips.
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