biotricity BH2

The Biotricity BH2 wind turbine is designed for domestic installations, suited to battery charging, grid connection and or use in hybrid configuration. The BH2 is a great choice for entry level, capable of supplying power to some equipment and suitable of providing back up power.

Biotricity supplies controllers/inverters as standard with all wind turbines, this allows the electricity generated to be used in a suitable way.

The BH2 is the most suitable wind turbine for residential use, good quality with long life.  The BH2 will provide up to 3kw, with an average of 1.5 to 2kw being produced.






Rated Power (W)                                    2000
Peek Power (W)                                      3000
Rated Voltage (V)                                  240
Rotor Diameter (M)                                2.7 or 3.2
Start-up Wind Speed (M/S)                  2
Rated Wind Speed (M/S)                      9
Security Wind Speed (M/S)                 35
Furling Type                                             Mechanical
Rated Rotating Rate (RPM)                400
Generator Type                                      Magnetic
Generator Material                               Steel
Blade Material                                         Fibre Glass
Blade Quantity                                        3



Controller/Inverter                                Sine Wave






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500w-2Kw Hydraulic TowerYou can have a choise of towers for the BH2, cable tower or free-standing mono tower.  all our wind turbines are supplier with free-standing hinged mono towers.

Guy Cable Tower  Height (m)             9
    Thickness (mm)                                  3.5
    Diameter (mm)                                    140

Free Standing Tower Height (m)       8 to10

The BH1 and BH2 wind turbines can be wall, roof and tower mounted.



Rugged construction for longer life
Highly attractive pricing options
Nation wide service
Two year guarantee
Permanent magnetic brushless generators
Minimal maintenance
Reduce your dependency on electricity companies



Electricity produced using a wind turbine, will reduce a large portion of CO2 production.  A small wind turbine can produce clean renewable energy, With no harmful emissions.  Working independently the BH series wind turbines produce clean energy.  Making you real savings.


A wind turbine uses wind to generate electricity, when used for houses, the wind power reduces the amount of electricity that is used from the grid.


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If you are considering purchasing a wind turbine, just give us a call or fill out our "online enquiry form" to get more details and you free site evaluation. 




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