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Date Posted: - Sunday - 09/ 7/08 - 9:24pm
Author: Peter K.
Subject: Wind generator
In reply to: David R 's message, "Wind turbine and electrical systems" on - Friday - 09/ 5/08 - 9:46am

I installed an Air-X marine wind generator on the mizzen mast of our M-40. It's definitely fine to keep the batteries charged on the mooring but not even close to keeping a refrigerator running non-stop. It might do the trick in a constant 25 knot breeze but doesn't cut it in the northeast breezes.

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