Safety shutdown for wind turbines
- Energy generation
- It is crucial for the rotor blades of a wind power plant to be turned out of the wind when the turbine is shut down in order to prevent the system from being damaged or destroyed.
- The battery voltage is monitored for undervoltage. If the wind power plant is de-energised so that it can be shut down, the battery must provide the voltage required to turn the wind turbine’s rotor blades out of the wind in the event of a problem in order to ensure that the turbine is in a safe operating condition. If this were not possible, the wind power plant could be damaged or even destroyed.
- - Safe shutdown of the wind turbine in the event of any electrical problems
- Affordable, safe solution
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