Have any of you Elerctric gurus came up with a relay that would be powered by a small dc adapter that plugs directly into the wall that would trip a heavy solinoid to a dump..?? I have burn up my last coleman controller(second time) in 65 mile and hour winds(bad storm last week,just draggin my feet on posting... I was trying to have a 30v trip but switched over from large 80amphour agms to small (7amph) batteries due to higher efficiency into the grid. They dont drain deep and when it switches back on sometimes its slamming on with 35v and about 30 amps.. I want to just run a large bank of 22 60 gts because I have never seen more than 50 volts out of the pma..love the thick ass stator wire ...Under normal higher winds 15-20 mph everything feeds smooth..Just want some way to slam high power(putting up another) into a large dump when the grid turns off only.. Please throw out some ideas on how to build the grid sensing relay and solinoide please... I am home enough that i could just wire all dc to a 60amp breaker for each turbine to feed the bank.Flip it over to feed the bank but that also gives it some time to speed up. I propbably am over worring from all my disasters of no furling crashes, the windy frame has furled in extreme winds but does put out mega amps (added extra weight to need higher windspeed to furl) If we are having that bad of weather to worry about overspeed you can bet I am home... Just a side fyi,,I am putting 1 1/2 steel pipe ubolted to the legs for extreme rigideness I put 20 ft bracing on one leg today and it made a huge difference put 3 legs of bracing And into the concrete,I will be ready to watch blades shatter in a tornado while the towers stay up ..