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Old 18-11-2008, 11:57   #1
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Question stirling power supply

I am looking after pieces of information about stirling. Can sbdy provide me with some feedback about whispergen group 24v/ 35A set on board of a 50ft length size sailing boat ?
Key questions are reliability ? is it easy to adjust the drive of the group to electrical demand ? this group is supposed to provide heating and hot water : does il reallly works ? one single group is it enought for a 50 ft length ship (I hope so, due to the price !) ?
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That subject was beat to death on this forum. Look at:

What about those Whispergens ??

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