One of the WINDSPOT applications is that of combining personal use with a water pump.
For this, our small wind turbine generates alternating electricity, at a voltage and frequency that varies depending on the wind. As in the case of remote installations, the function of a controller-charger that converts this energy into direct current is necessary for its accumulation in batteries.
If there is an excess of power, the controller diverts the surplus energy to discharge resistors that act as a brake and dissipate the surplus energy as heat.
Once the energy our small wind turbine has generated is stored in the batteries, it is already ready for consumption, either by the pumping equipment or the inverter, whose task is to transform this energy into alternating current.