Microhydro using "smart drive" washing machine motor
Russell McMahon email (remove spam text)
NZ alternative energy site.
Includes ideas on using a NZ made "smart drive" brushless DC washing machine
motor as an alternator in a microhydro system (typically about 500 watts but
varies with model) .
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