OK Jenijane and I just ran some experiments out of interest.
Water temp is 25 C
when running the WM at the lower edge of the green it draws 30A and produces 30l/h as measured at the output (on the display this is about the middle of the silver float)
when running the WM at the upper edge of the green it draws 36A and produces 36l/h
as measured at the output (again on the display it correlates to about the middle of the float)
So the conclusion is either way, it will produce 1 l /amp in the current
conditions (temp and salinity etc) So its best to run it in the lower green where it seems more stable for longer periods, than to babysit it at the higher end of the green, unless we are in a hurry and want to produce water 20% faster.
setup puts out 30A when the sun is shining so its a nice balance to make hay (or water) while the sun shines