I am working on a project that will use a 125W wind turbine to charge a 12v car battery. The battery will power around 3 1 watt LED's and possibly a security camera and recorder that will draw around 1 amp. The lights will only be on at night. I hooked a 3W LED light directly to the wind generator and it worked great until the wind picked up and the light burned out. Same with an incandescent trailer light, so I guess I need to regulate the voltage or current somehow. I assume that a light hooked directly to the battery will see the high volts/current during high winds. Can someone help me with a circuit that will protect my LED's and camera/recorder and let them see a constant voltage and current no matter what the wind is doing?