WaterLily 12V has just completed final testing in our labs and we’ve begun manufacturing. We’re extremely pleased with how far the system has come over the past year of development, and we can’t wait to get them out to our customers.
While we can’t share final details on the Turbine just yet, we’re not going to leave you hanging! We’re here to share some answers to the most common questions we’ve been getting on WaterLily 12V.
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Geoff Holden - Lead Electrical Designer at WaterLily
The WaterLily 12V is designed for users who want to power more than just small personal devices. It packs the same great HydroElectric Charge System as our USB Turbine, but with regulated 14.6V output. This is ideal for larger power stations, or even lead acids found on sailboats and RVs.
WaterLily 12V ships with a 2-pin SAE connector. We wanted to make sure that our system is as universal as possible for our 12V customers, and the SAE connector is a great choice for this while also leaving flexibility for our DIY customers. We’ve also included a Car Accessory adapter (SAE J563) with each unit to make this even easier.
Our customers have told us that they love the portability of our USB WaterLily, and we didn’t want to sacrifice this with the 12V. With this in mind, we’re happy to say that we’ve kept WaterLily 12V at the same dimensions as the current version - 7 inches in diameter and 3 inches in depth.
Yes! One of the great things about WaterLily 12V is that you can chain the turbine with other devices to harness even more power for your power stations. You can even chain together multiple WaterLilys to supercharge your charge rate. We’ll be sharing more details on this in the coming weeks.
WaterLily 12V will be available for order on October 5th, with units shipping to our first customers on October 22nd. Email subscribers will be the first ones notified when orders go live.