LED light from wind turbine
We are playing around with various basic LED lighting from a small wind turbine and have a couple different ideas about how to build. But we are wondering what the voltage range LED lighting can handle? Even a small turbine can create a wide range of wattage based on the speed of the wind, at what point are we going to be doing damage to our lighting? Do we need to come up with some sort of wattage dampener/regulator between the generator and the lights? Simplicity is key in our design.