Close Advertising SEARCH ON AMAZON CLICK NOW 24 HOUR ONLY SALES EcoFlow Delta Pro Solar Generator: Wind Turbine Charging. Like About Share 0 views 0% 0 0 Quick test using my wind turbine to charge the Ecoflow pro. From: admin99 Date: August 25, 2023 NEWS delta pro review doomsday preppers ecoflow battery ecoflow delta ecoflow delta max ecoflow delta pro ecoflow delta pro portable power station ecoflow delta pro reviews ecoflow delta pro solar panel ecoflow delta review ecoflow delta solar generator ecoflow review ecoflow river pro emergency preparedness grid-down power station review solar generator solar generator review solar generator reviews Solar Panels wind turbine wind turbine for home Related videos 0 0% Craving peace of mind during a power cut? 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Good unit Reply Yep, you are correct that input is limted by what a car fuse can handle — 10A. 8A is the limit to allow headroom so EcoFlow doesn't get blamed for blown fuses. Reply We’re did you get that system I going to hook mine that way I was looking how to do it thanks Reply how much can you charge a battery within a week? Reply I was wondering, since you are using batteries you are charging, could you not use an inverter and then plug it into the AC charging plug. That way, you'd still have solar charge available…. or maybe I'm talking out of my rear end. Lol Reply Hi Gavin, doin' a lot of great job out there. The turbine is the HYE 3kW from Your older videos? Thanks. Reply So to be clear, you're basically just charging it off the batteries? And the batteries are being charged by the turbine? So, if you unhooked the turbine, and the batteries were charged, you would still be charging the EF. Is that correct? Reply TIL that the Ecoflow Delta would take DC Input at 24V. Reply Want to do wind in an Bluetooth AC 500 can’t u jus run a rectifier and how would more than 24 Amps do Reply connect an inverter to the battery and charge the ecoflow on ac power charger problem solved ! Reply I tried connecting a 12v dc wind turbine to my portable power station and it did nothing Reply Really dumb question are you using a 24 volt cigarette lighter socket also what size fuse is in it ? I just hooked to 12 v batteries in series and did the same test i was getting roughly 200 watts so pretty cool and appreciate you posting this video it inspired me to do this and possibly a few other projects! Thank you Reply Thank you so much for this!!! So helpful! What type of wind turbine do you have? Reply Why not try to get 3000w pure sine wave inverter connect to ur battery and then charge ecoflow delta pro at the full power max of watt same as Wall home charger!!! By this inverter? Reply I was battery shopping and wondering why the lack of wind inclusion. Great video. Reply This is great, can I ask what ah are your batteries and how much difference would it make to your set? Would a higher ah give you a faster or long amount of charge? Reply several people told me: this ist not possible (attaching a wind turbine to the ecoflow)man….. Reply Doesn’t the voltage get reduced when your put it through the battery first and that means your ecoflow is going to take longer to charge? Reply Watts = Volt x Ampere. Guy wonders why watts doubled, when doubling volts 😂🙄 Reply Man u put out great videos. Real world scenarios. Fast and to the point. Reply I think it's limited to 8 amps because if you went any higher it would blow a fuse as most car sockets are only rated at 120 watts and 8 * 12 is 96 watts which keeps you from blowing a fuse. What would be interesting is if you plugged the mc4 connectors for the solar input directly into the wind turbine to the echo flow. Since it supports 11-150 VDC and your turbine is most likely putting out AC you could use a full bridge rectifier along with a buck converter to regulate the voltage going into the delta pro. This could allow you to put more amps through it and charge it faster. It would also likely be more efficient but that depends on your setup. But overall on the 24-volt setup, your system seems really cool. Reply can the windmill charge the ecoflow only and by pass those batteries Reply What do you do with the excessive power? Reply Great info here!!! But what I don't understand is a wind generator normally comes with the box converting it from Ac to dc so why the extra batteries? couldn't you plug it right in to the car dc input? Reply ok sorry I'm a bit slow so, wind turbines to wind controller to charge controller to your battery bank then to ecoflowDP correct ? Also ia ma tryin got find a way to do this if you run across infos let me know. a DP cannot act as a “slave” Extra Battery.Anyone has an idea on how to go about it would be greatretail battery $2,600.00 each and I have 4 delta pros for just a few $ more.Rather keep them and make 2 of them slaves it's got to be a simple way ? Reply good is thekidea to do it this way, if I understand well you charge your other batteries with the wind generator passing by a regulator to your battery bank then from your batt bank to your Delta pro ! dooyu have anything between your batt and the delta pro ?thanks for the video Reply Great info G' Reply I really like the Tqing vertical axis magnetically levitated turbines. Check them out, and help people figure out how to set them up with solar using a Delta or AC300. Reply Is it possible to charge at 48v dc wind to the dc input at 8 amps to the ecoflow ? Reply Good vid. I was sitting there scratching my head wondering why you didn’t have it wired as a 24v battery to achieve double the voltage then you finally did it. Awesome to see someone putting this content out there. Enjoy your DeltaPro they are awesome man 🤝 Reply Great video. you should contact them because i think they were making a wind turbine for this unit. it just never came out yet. pretty sure the price will be crazy. but try using the mc4 instead your limiting the amps it should be able to hanlde 15/20 amps. The car charger has a limit on it. Great video again man. Reply Link where we can buy that turbine. Awesome Reply You could add MC4 connecters to the clamp wires from the battery and run it through the stock solar cable, which would allow more amps. If you can run the batteries in parallel you'd also get more volts. (later saw that you did increase the volts, try the MC4 connectors and solar cable to increase your amps) Reply Where did you buy the wind turbine? Reply You can actually get more than 100W to charge delta pro by using the solar cable which is wired differently and doesn’t restrict the current. If you can increase the system voltage you can get even more power. The car current limit was set after people were melting their cigarette lighter plugs. Reply WOW ! VERY PRACTICAL WIND TURBINE CHARGING SYSTEM FOR ANY ECO FLOW UP TO THE ECO FLOW PRO THATS NEW INFORMATION TO SHOW US SOLARIST THAT WIND TURBINE CHARGING EVEN AT 24 V WILL CHARGE IT . GREAT VIDEO AND MAY THE WIND AND SOLAR BE WITH YOU .⚡⚡ Reply I am doing the same – loading from an external 12v battery. I found out that on 12v i only got ~100 Watt – so max is 8 Amp. I got myself a 10 Amp DC-DC converter which is giving me 10 Amps at 24v. System is charging with 200W now. Drawback: You'll loose some energy. So: You can load efficient OR fast 🙂 Reply However you charge the Delta Pro. It still charges really fast. Reply I never thought of charging the Delta Pro via a wind turbine. Thanks for the share. Reply This is a pretty good setup for charging the Delta Pro. I like it a lot. Reply The reason for 8A is that the cigarette lighter contact can not handle higher current over time. A other way to charge is to have a DC to DC charger (CC/CV) connected to the main battery, and turn it on and off based on the battery voltage. If your battery is 12 og 24 volts, them there is plenty of options. Reply Best would be charging from a 48V battery then? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.