The CD-R King Branded Windmill Provides Wind Power
That’s right. Windmill. Not just a mere ornament, this windmill—according to the product page on the CD-R King website—actually provides wind power. It generates DC power, eventually converting it to the more useful 110V AC.
The amount of power output isn’t clear, and neither are the steps needed to make the whole setup work properly. It’s not even clear if you can buy the windmill from CD-R King in the first place. What are you to think, with instructions like this:
Now you will use an inverter to change the power from the DC power that it is being stored in to the 110volt AC power that you are using in the house. The inverter will come with instructions on how to hook it up. (Caution: Be sure to have the inverter switched off when hooking up the wires. When you are choosing an inverter be sure to buy one that will allow the amount of power that you are using to be drawn. If you have a 1000 watt inverter and are running something that takes 1200 watts it will not run. Sensitive electronics such as computers may need a pure sine wave inverter. These are little more expensive than a modified sine wave inverter so use a pure sine inverter only for the items that need it so that you can use smaller sized pure sine wave inverter and then use a modified sine wave inverter for the rest of your needs. )
In any case, at P100,000, you’d better do a bit of inquiry before spending the cash anyway. Especially when the product photography seems really inaccurate.
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