Blades Delta shaped blade tips improve the wind turbine blade performance, similar to wing tips on modern aircraft. 1 Detachable blade tips during transportation reduce the overall blade length, allowing the blade to fit in a standard shipping container, reducing the shipping costs for customers. Fixed Pitch/Yaw Rotor does not require sensors or motors to align the wind turbine with the wind, thus eliminating the need for complex control systems. 2 The rotor can harness the wind from any direction offering superior performance in turbulent and gusty wind conditions. Work Platform
Built in work basket and ladder allow servicing and maintenance to be performed easily and safely. 3
Tripod tower & screw-pile foundation for increased stability and environmentally friendly, concreate free foundations. 5
Containerised Generation & Control
Majority of major components at ground level, simplifying installation, operation and maintenance. 6 Control system regulates rotor speed during high winds and does not require blade pitch control, simplifying the mechanical control requirements.
Wind speed sensor accurately tracks the behaviour of the wind in real time, in order to improve the turbine’s performance and safety. 4
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GENERATOR Type Induction
Maximum Power 65 kW
Rated Power 55 kW
ROTOR Configuration Vertical Axis
No. of Blades 3 or 5
Blade Material Glass fibre
Blade Length 14 m
Rotor Diameter 14 m
Swept Area 196 m2
Nominal Rotor Speed 34 rpm
Pitch/Yaw Fixed
WIND Cut-In Speed 3.5 m/s
Rated Wind Speed 11 m/s
Cut-Out Speed 25 m/s (Variable)
Survival Speed 59.5 m/s
WEIGHTS Hub 8,200 kg
Rotor Assembly 5,000 kg
Tower 19,500 kg
TOWERS Monopole Tripod 23 – 30 m
DESIGN PARAMETERS Turbine Design Class IEC 61400-2 Class II
Temperature Range -20° to 50°C
Lifespan & Servicing 20 years, subject to regular maintenance


  • Industrial
  • Agricultural
  • Remote & Island Communities
  • Built-Up Environments
  • Turbulent Wind Regions

The N-55 is capable of displacing greenhouse gas emissions from 97,000 kg worth of coal burned each year.



Energy output

Annual Mean wind Speed (m/s) Estimated Annual Output (kWh)
5.0 92,739
5.5  119,676
6.0 147,690
6.5 175,776
7.0 203,178
7.5 229,348
8.0 253,912
8.5 276,628

Reliability & Safety


  • Base Level: Regenerative braking slows the turbine rotor down while still harvesting energy.
  • Second Level: Electronic control system activates mechanical brake.
  • Third Level: Quad pneumatic, fail-safe mechanical brakes deploy, bringing the turbine to rest in as little as 10 seconds.


  • Integrated microprocessor with multiple sensor inputs: wind speed, power, voltages, currents and phase, rpm, vibration and temperature alerts.
  • LCD display in control box. Can output to local PC or be monitored remotely via the internet.
  • Remote Monitoring: Allows remote monitoring of the wind turbine in order for Ryse to ensure the turbine is operating at its peak performance.


  • Limited plant requirement for installation.
  • Majority of major components at ground level, simplifying installation, operation and maintenance.
  • Environmentally friendly screw pile foundation instead of a concrete foundation.
  • Screw pile foundation offeres quick relocation and re-deployment.
  • Ryse service contract available.


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