The V162-6.2 MW™ is designed for low to medium wind sites and has extensive application in high wind speeds.
V162-6.2 MW™ at a glance
With a swept area of over 20,000m², the V162-6.2 MW™ applies the largest rotor size in the Vestas portfolio to achieve industry-leading energy production paired with a high capacity factor.
Due to the large operational envelope, the V162-6.2 MW™ is relevant for low to medium wind speeds and has extensive applicability in high average wind speeds.
With a standard Sound Power Level of 104.8dB(A) and up to 30 percent higher energy production than the V150-4.2 MW™, the V162-6.2 MW™ establishes a new benchmark in competitiveness.
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V162-6.2 MW™ IEC S
- Condition Monitoring System
- Oil Debris Monitoring System
- Service Personnel Lift
- Low Temperature Operation to -30°C
- Vestas Ice Detection™
- Vestas Anti-Icing System™
- Vestas InteliLight®
- Vestas Shadow Detection System
- Aviation Lights
- Aviation Markings on the Blades
- Fire Suppression System
- Vestas Bat Protection System
- Lightning Detection System
- Power Optimised Modes
Power regulation operational data
The EnVentus™ platform is the result of meticulous and careful evaluation of an unbroken line of Vestas technology solutions. With more than 145 GW of wind turbine capacity installed and 40 years of experience in relentlessly pursuing better performance through technology and service, EnVentus™ is Vestas' next generation in the evolution of wind turbines.
Introduced in 2019, the EnVentus™ platform architecture connects proven system designs from the 2 MW platform, 4 MW platform and 9 MW platform turbine technology. The result is one versatile platform architecture that delivers a higher level of robustness and performance with the ability to create an even more finely matched combination of turbines to harness available wind energy in any specific location.
Through advanced modularity in design, EnVentus™ aims to meet customisation needs more efficiently. The wide range of standard hub heights, options, and modes of operation contribute to the ability to meet project specific requirements.