I got a detailed e-mail from the salesman from Kronos...
The rad required would be 10" diameter from 3/8" aluminum
with a 6" diameter hole pattern, 8 holes and a 1.5" cable way in the center.
The overall height requirement is variable from 54" to 36".
A minimum diameter of 20" in the short unit, and 36" or 28" on the tall unit.
The larger head
size you can accommodate, the more wind
you can capture (think sail area) and the more output you'll have.
At approximately 35 knots of wind
(lower speeds for smaller units), the physics of the head
causes it to appear as a solid post to the wind. That is the maximum amount of wind that it will accept. Any wind speed higher than that would simply go around it as it would the solid mast
is DC output. The wiring
is a 3 Conductor, 8 AWG shielded liquid proof conduit (20 feet of wire come with the kit).
is DC positive,
Other boat owners who have purchased the Mast-R use the Morningstar TS-60 charge controller. It works for 12/24/48 VDC.
Hope to receive more information when the president (owner) of the company returns !
Hope that was helpful,