Green Rectifier cathodic protection method and system are newly developed as ecologically friendly and for use where a TEG would normally be employed.
Unlike a TEG which uses a gas to generate a direct current voltage, the new design utilizes solar panels and a wind generator. The solar panels and wind generator power the system plus charge the onboard battery bank. The wind generator allows system charging during the day and at night when there is wind.
Green Rectifier is on a bolt-together frame structure that’s easily driven or flown by helicopter to remote sites. It can be erected by two people without digging holes or cementing notes the manufacturer. The frame is anchored to the ground with a minimum of four stakes which also allows the entire system to be easily relocated.
This system is controlled by a CPC-100 Cathodic Protection Controller — a small, low-cost 100-w DC/DC converter. CPC-100 is fully automatic to provide adjustable control for output based on maximum on-potential, voltage, and current setpoints. Additional Green Rectifier information is yours free for the asking.
17988 Edison, Chesterfield MO 63005