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Re: VICTRON MPPT 75/15

Matt Salatino
 

In the Victron app, go to settings ( little gear in upper left corner)
then Battery
then 3rd line down, charger enable. Make sure this is switched on.


Re: VICTRON MPPT 75/15

Gregory Shea
 

Bonjour Alain, 
I have your problem because a cheap Chinese panel in my solar array cannot reach minimum voltage for the MPPT to turn on each morning. The MPPT “sees” the minimum voltage in a parallel system so, if one panel is under performing, the MPPT won’t turn on, even if all the other panels are above minimum. You can troubleshoot it by checking the voltage output of each of the panels connected to that MPPT, after you know you have enough solar power in the morning because the second MOPT switches on.
I don’t remember what the minimum voltage needs to be, but your Victron App should tell you. 
I solved the problem by putting an inline switch in the positive lead from the weak panel. When the MPPT does not start, I take take panel out of the array by using the inline switch. When  the MPPT starts, I switch the weak panel back in again. Once the controller is functioning, it will accept the weak panel as just one part of the array and everything functions normally. 
For me, or was not a serious enough problem to justify buying  a new panel, but that would be the correct solution.
That is one possibility, hope it helps.

Greg Shea
Sharki 133 Cap des Iles
Kilada


On Sep 8, 2021, at 4:15 AM, Alain Durante <info@...> wrote:



Bonjour Stefano

 

Thank you for your reply, I will try soon and let you know.

 

Cordialement,

 

Alain Durante

Amel 54 / 21 / Meige

 

 

De : main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> De la part de Stefano Biffi via groups.io
Envoyé : mercredi 8 septembre 2021 09:40
À : main@amelyachtowners.groups.io
Objet : Re: [AmelYachtOwners] VICTRON MPPT 75/15

 

Hallo, I have the same mppt, after the season restart I had the same, found all 4 breakers.. I make them OFF and ON, for me was remove and reposition, and everything was back on duty. Hope it will help you 

Stefano

N’EVEREST Super Maramu 185

Italy 



Il giorno 8 set 2021, alle ore 09:17, Alain Durante <info@...> ha scritto:



Hello,

I am having problem to connect my new Solara pannels, I have 2 Victron MPPT 75/15, one is working fine for already installed pannels and the only difference I can found between these 2 MPPT, is the status of the battery is showing "Bulk" for the one working and "Off" for the one not working.

Does any one knows how to change it from off to bulk?

Thank you for your help.

Alain
Amel 54/21 Meige
Currently in Corsica 

 

 






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Re: 24V+ Isolated Ground Leak

 

Paul,

I helped you find a potential problem with the two unknown wires connected to the negative side of the 24v PERMANENT BUS.

Did you trace those?

Best,

CW Bill Rouse 
Amel Owners Yacht School
+1 832-380-4970 | brouse@...
720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
www.AmelOwnersYachtSchool.com 
Yacht School Calendar: www.preparetocastoff.blogspot.com/p/calendar.html


   


On Wed, Sep 8, 2021, 5:57 AM Alan Leslie <s.v.elyse@...> wrote:
Hi Martin,

Many Amel boats have been modified (ours included) and perhaps this binding wire was for a piece of equipment that had a metallic connection to saltwater, but that piece of equipment is no longer there. 
For example we replaced the Calpeda Air con pump with a March pump. The Calpeda pump is all metal and has a bonding wire connected usually to the metal one way valve on the outlet. The March pump has no metal parts in contact with salt water hence no need for a bonding wire...so it is no longer connected.

Rather than a list of components, as I said many Amels have been modified, you should check and be sure that EVERY metallic part that is in contact with sea water has a bonding wire attached to it...and that bonding wire is connected to the rudder zincs.

Cheers
Alan
Elyse SM437


Re: 24V+ Isolated Ground Leak

Alan Leslie
 

Hi Martin,

Many Amel boats have been modified (ours included) and perhaps this binding wire was for a piece of equipment that had a metallic connection to saltwater, but that piece of equipment is no longer there. 
For example we replaced the Calpeda Air con pump with a March pump. The Calpeda pump is all metal and has a bonding wire connected usually to the metal one way valve on the outlet. The March pump has no metal parts in contact with salt water hence no need for a bonding wire...so it is no longer connected.

Rather than a list of components, as I said many Amels have been modified, you should check and be sure that EVERY metallic part that is in contact with sea water has a bonding wire attached to it...and that bonding wire is connected to the rudder zincs.

Cheers
Alan
Elyse SM437


Re: 24V+ Isolated Ground Leak

Martin Birkhoff
 

Hi all,

is there a technical drawing or sketch showing the components of a SM or 54 connected to the bonding system. If a sketch doesn´t exist a list of components would be helpful too. 
Background is I found a loose bonding cable beneath the engine and have no idea where it was fixed. 

Regards

Martin

Mago del Sur 54#40
Alicante, Spain


Re: 24V+ Isolated Ground Leak

Alan Leslie
 

Hi Paul,

I think things have gone a little awry in this discussion.

The positive and negative sides of your battery bank should float i.e.NOT be connected anywhere to the bonding system  (the green/yellow wires to the zincs, sometimes erroneously called "ground")

So, with your multimeter on VDC  you should measure close to no volts (no potential) between +ve to the bonding wire, and -ve to the bonding wire.

The fact that you read +25 VDC between the +ve and the bonding wire  tells you that, somewhere, the -ve from your battery bank is connected to the bonding.

This is what the MASSE lights tell you....either +ve is connected to the bonding or -ve is connected to the bonding, somehow.

The fact that when you flip the navigation breaker to OFF (it's a double pole breaker and breaks both +ve and -ve) the 25VDC between +ve and bonding goes away, tells you that the -ve is connected to the bonding somewhere AFTER that breaker.

So, this means that on some piece(s) of equipment powered by that breaker there is a connection between -ve and the bonding.

As Bill said, this can often be a "meticulous" electrician taking a wire from an instrument "ground" connection to the bonding.
A lot of instruments have their "ground" connection internally connected to -ve and that will cause this issue.
It could also be that this "meticulous" electrician took a wire from the metal case of some piece of equipment powered by this breaker, and connected it to the bonding.

You need to identify each piece of equipment that is powered by that breaker and check to see if there is a wire from it connected to the bonding system...when you find it (them), remove it.

None of your electronic equipment should have the "ground" connection connected to the bonding. The bonding is for electrolysis prevention, and is connected to all the metal parts in the boat that are in contact with sea water. It is NOT electrical "ground".

Hope this helps

Cheers

Alan
Elyse SM437



Re: VICTRON MPPT 75/15

Alain Durante
 

Bonjour Stefano

 

Thank you for your reply, I will try soon and let you know.

 

Cordialement,

 

Alain Durante

Amel 54 / 21 / Meige

 

 

De : main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> De la part de Stefano Biffi via groups.io
Envoyé : mercredi 8 septembre 2021 09:40
À : main@amelyachtowners.groups.io
Objet : Re: [AmelYachtOwners] VICTRON MPPT 75/15

 

Hallo, I have the same mppt, after the season restart I had the same, found all 4 breakers.. I make them OFF and ON, for me was remove and reposition, and everything was back on duty. Hope it will help you 

Stefano

N’EVEREST Super Maramu 185

Italy 



Il giorno 8 set 2021, alle ore 09:17, Alain Durante <info@...> ha scritto:



Hello,

I am having problem to connect my new Solara pannels, I have 2 Victron MPPT 75/15, one is working fine for already installed pannels and the only difference I can found between these 2 MPPT, is the status of the battery is showing "Bulk" for the one working and "Off" for the one not working.

Does any one knows how to change it from off to bulk?

Thank you for your help.

Alain
Amel 54/21 Meige
Currently in Corsica 

 

 






Envoyé de mon iPhone


Re: VICTRON MPPT 75/15

Stefano Biffi
 

Hallo, I have the same mppt, after the season restart I had the same, found all 4 breakers.. I make them OFF and ON, for me was remove and reposition, and everything was back on duty. Hope it will help you 

Stefano
N’EVEREST Super Maramu 185
Italy 

Il giorno 8 set 2021, alle ore 09:17, Alain Durante <info@...> ha scritto:



Hello,

I am having problem to connect my new Solara pannels, I have 2 Victron MPPT 75/15, one is working fine for already installed pannels and the only difference I can found between these 2 MPPT, is the status of the battery is showing "Bulk" for the one working and "Off" for the one not working.

Does any one knows how to change it from off to bulk?

Thank you for your help.

Alain
Amel 54/21 Meige
Currently in Corsica 

 

 





Envoyé de mon iPhone


VICTRON MPPT 75/15

Alain Durante
 

Hello,

I am having problem to connect my new Solara pannels, I have 2 Victron MPPT 75/15, one is working fine for already installed pannels and the only difference I can found between these 2 MPPT, is the status of the battery is showing "Bulk" for the one working and "Off" for the one not working.

Does any one knows how to change it from off to bulk?

Thank you for your help.

Alain
Amel 54/21 Meige
Currently in Corsica 

 

 





Envoyé de mon iPhone


Re: 24V+ Isolated Ground Leak

Paul Stascavage
 

John,

According to Mark, it appears that your statement regarding the readings being correct are correct.

I was freaking out seeing house bank voltages (24 V+) between the POSITIVE side and BONDING side, but according to Mark, this is indeed what we should see.

I verified that my Masse Test Light is indeed working, as Mark suggested, by jumping POSITIVE to BONDING then NEGATIVE to BONDING and seeing if the respective light illuminates - they did.

As Mark explained it, seeing voltage only indicates potential for current flow.  

Hence, it appears we don’t currently have a leak - no measurable current flow.  I’m going to change the zincs and keep a close eye on the new ones.

Thank you Bill H, Bill R, John, and Mark for your help.  In the end, it turns out I didn’t have a problem in the first place, but you all helped me reach that conclusion, and learn a good deal in the process.

All the best,

Paul Stascavage
SM #466 - s/v Rita Kathryn
Currently Exploring City Island, NY

www.RitaKathryn.com


Re: LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

Paul Harries
 

I had suggested this as a topic for Amel meeting to Bill a few weeks ago, problem is with finding a good presenter who knows pros and cons of various countries to register in. Does anyone know such an expert?

--
Paul Harries
Prospective Amel Buyer


Re: LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

Mark Erdos
 

On the contrary, having the vessel owned by an LLC has many advantages. First, there is the obvious tax advantage. Second, if you are American and you flag and own your vessel outside of the USA, you can obtain insurance where other US flagged vessels can’t. When it comes time to sell the vessel, you can sell the entire corporation to the new owner. This way the new owner gets the insurance, licenses etc. I would never buy a vessel this way, but it is an option. Perhaps the best advantage is the protection of your personal assets should be find yourself liable in an accident or spill of some type. Keep in mind laws change from country to country but all will recognize limited liability.

 

One of the other reasons we put our Amel into a corporation was survivor benefits. As share holders, we both have ownership. A friend had a lot of trouble when her husband died in a foreign port. She found out the hard way how every country has different laws. The vessel was in his name and they refused to immediately acknowledge their US legal will. The vessel was seized. She had to hire a local lawyer and eventually got control of the vessel so she could sell it.

 

All port authorities understand corporate owned vessels. If a single super yacht has ever entered their country, then they understand. Every single large yacht is corporate owned. We are BVI owned and flagged and have never had issue with entering.  

 

The cost can vary from country to country. There are big differences. Grand Cayman is one of the most expensive. Some countries require tonnage surveys and vessel surveys. You need to watch for annual fees and filing requirements for the corporation. Also, countries require registration renewals at various times. Some are annually which is a real pain if you plan to sail the globe.

 

If you have specific questions feel free to private email me.

 

With best regards,

 

Mark

 

Skipper

Sailing Vessel - Cream Puff - SM2K - #275

Currently cruising - Tahiti, French Polynesia

www.creampuff.us

 

From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io [mailto:main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ben and Gayle Super Maramu #347 via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, September 7, 2021 10:39 AM
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

 


I’m thinking about putting a new boat into an LLC or corporation  legal entity.  Has anyone done such and run into issues in a  foreign port?  Do most customs and port authorities understand these documentations?  I would think so but maybe not in smaller nations 


Re: LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

Ron Hynes
 

I acquired my Amel in the Netherlands five years ago. At the time, American insurance was going to cost me an exorbitant amount. I learned that I could insure with an EU company, one of several actually, for about 1/3 of the cost. The catch, however, was that the boat could not be owned by an American. I then formed a British LLC which has owned the boat since this time. I never had difficulties checking in to the UK, France, Spain, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Matinique, the DR, Bahamas and Morocco. The Italian authorities gave me a bit of a hassle, but I don’t believe it was because of ownership issues. It had to do with the form of certification I had. Things have gotten a little more interesting after Brexit but I’m no longer in the EU and not really concerned about it. Naturally I can’t comment on whether you have difficulties in the south pacific or in Southeast Asia or when crossing the Indian ocean, but I guess you won’t. Basically, you are very much like a merchant ship and very few of those are owned by individuals.

Ron Hynes 
954.319.0944

On Sep 7, 2021, at 5:17 PM, CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...> wrote:


Ben,

We bought BeBe in here 2nd year. She was owned by a BVI Corporation set up by the owner from Cape Cod. She was BVI Flagged and registered (Defaced Red UK Ensign). To set up the corporation in 2003, cost $696, and as I remember it, the annual maintenance of the corporation was between $400 - $500. My records reflect that the corporation was set up by Astra Penn, Dantrust Limited, 49 Main Street, Tortola, BVI (284) 494 4197, d.penn@...

I hope all of this is accurate, current, and complete.

Bill


CW Bill Rouse Amel Owners Yacht School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
View My Training Calendar

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 3:48 PM Paul Harries via groups.io <Pharries=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been investing Cayman registration via company for this purpose.
For me possibility of having employed national of any nationality on board at any time was reason for looking into it. 
Has benefit of UK diplomatic and military support.  Epirb and DSC has to go via UK or US though I believe.
--
Paul Harries
Prospective Amel Buyer


Re: LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

 

Ben,

We bought BeBe in here 2nd year. She was owned by a BVI Corporation set up by the owner from Cape Cod. She was BVI Flagged and registered (Defaced Red UK Ensign). To set up the corporation in 2003, cost $696, and as I remember it, the annual maintenance of the corporation was between $400 - $500. My records reflect that the corporation was set up by Astra Penn, Dantrust Limited, 49 Main Street, Tortola, BVI (284) 494 4197, d.penn@...

I hope all of this is accurate, current, and complete.

Bill


CW Bill Rouse Amel Owners Yacht School
Address: 720 Winnie, Galveston Island, Texas 77550 
View My Training Calendar

On Tue, Sep 7, 2021 at 3:48 PM Paul Harries via groups.io <Pharries=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
I have been investing Cayman registration via company for this purpose.
For me possibility of having employed national of any nationality on board at any time was reason for looking into it. 
Has benefit of UK diplomatic and military support.  Epirb and DSC has to go via UK or US though I believe.
--
Paul Harries
Prospective Amel Buyer


Re: Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Hi Pat. I'm not the one to answer that regarding the linking of panels.

Kind Regards

Danny

SM 299

Ocean Pearl

On 08 September 2021 at 08:49 "Patrick McAneny via groups.io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Danny , It may not be an issue,as I have a new plan . I would appreciate if someone would tell me if this would work. I presently have three 140w panels on my arch,they are 26" wide ,same as the railing is tall. Could I install a new 370 W panel on my arch and install two of my old panel (8yrs. old )on the rail ,leaving the third old panel on the arch ,then hook them all four together in series. Can you hook panels of different Watts and open voltage together? 
I have a TriStar MPPT charge controller 45 amp up to 150 VOC input 12-48 volts , 24V -1200 watts .So I guess the controller can handle the panels . Is there a downside to hooking these different panels in series?
Thanks,
Pat
SM Shenanigans


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Sent: Tue, Sep 7, 2021 3:50 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Hi Pat, I will measure later on today. I set the swivels so the inboard portion gave me room to pass. This is about 1/3 in 2/3 out. It  clears the rub rail when swiveled down. The room I had did set the size of panel, length as well.. As I have said before I wasn't trying to power a floating condo from solar only. 
I let you know later today about the measurement.
Kind Regards
Danny
On 08 September 2021 at 03:51 "Patrick McAneny via groups.io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Danny, I want to add some more solar and while I never liked the idea of rail mounting ,I don't want to modify my bimini either. My problem is ,that most panels with decent output are approx . 40 + inches wide . From the rail down to the rub rail is only about 26 inches . I would then have over a foot inboard of the rail. How wide of a panel do you recommend ?
Thanks
Pat
SM Shenanigans


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Sep 6, 2021 3:45 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Hi Greg, That was what I would have done had I gone internal but as I said I surface mounted "temporarily" and it was so satisfactory I left it as it was. I don't think anyone even notices the wires.
Kind Regards
Danny
SM 299
Ocean Pearl
On 07 September 2021 at 04:13 Gregory Shea <gmshea@...> wrote:

JB, Danny,
The Frenchman who installed my rail mounted panels had an interesting way of leading the wiring inside the boat. 
You can see the waterproof gland in the gunwhale which he then led into the conduit in the corner of the hull to deck joint. From there he could take the wiring anywhere in the boat, very easily.
Interesting approach.

Greg Shea
Sharki 133 Cap des iles
image1.jpeg

 

On Sep 6, 2021, at 6:17 PM, JB Duler < jbduler@...> wrote:

Danny and Greg, thank you so much! I did not know anything about that Swedish company (I had seen their table).
Great find and a fantastic resource for me.
--
John Bernard "JB" Duler
San Francisco
Meltem # 19, Western Med

 

 
 
 


Re: Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Patrick McAneny
 

Danny , It may not be an issue,as I have a new plan . I would appreciate if someone would tell me if this would work. I presently have three 140w panels on my arch,they are 26" wide ,same as the railing is tall. Could I install a new 370 W panel on my arch and install two of my old panel (8yrs. old )on the rail ,leaving the third old panel on the arch ,then hook them all four together in series. Can you hook panels of different Watts and open voltage together? 
I have a TriStar MPPT charge controller 45 amp up to 150 VOC input 12-48 volts , 24V -1200 watts .So I guess the controller can handle the panels . Is there a downside to hooking these different panels in series?
Thanks,
Pat
SM Shenanigans


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Sent: Tue, Sep 7, 2021 3:50 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Hi Pat, I will measure later on today. I set the swivels so the inboard portion gave me room to pass. This is about 1/3 in 2/3 out. It  clears the rub rail when swiveled down. The room I had did set the size of panel, length as well.. As I have said before I wasn't trying to power a floating condo from solar only. 
I let you know later today about the measurement.
Kind Regards
Danny
On 08 September 2021 at 03:51 "Patrick McAneny via groups.io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Danny, I want to add some more solar and while I never liked the idea of rail mounting ,I don't want to modify my bimini either. My problem is ,that most panels with decent output are approx . 40 + inches wide . From the rail down to the rub rail is only about 26 inches . I would then have over a foot inboard of the rail. How wide of a panel do you recommend ?
Thanks
Pat
SM Shenanigans


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Sep 6, 2021 3:45 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Hi Greg, That was what I would have done had I gone internal but as I said I surface mounted "temporarily" and it was so satisfactory I left it as it was. I don't think anyone even notices the wires.
Kind Regards
Danny
SM 299
Ocean Pearl
On 07 September 2021 at 04:13 Gregory Shea <gmshea@...> wrote:

JB, Danny,
The Frenchman who installed my rail mounted panels had an interesting way of leading the wiring inside the boat. 
You can see the waterproof gland in the gunwhale which he then led into the conduit in the corner of the hull to deck joint. From there he could take the wiring anywhere in the boat, very easily.
Interesting approach.

Greg Shea
Sharki 133 Cap des iles
image1.jpeg

 

On Sep 6, 2021, at 6:17 PM, JB Duler < jbduler@...> wrote:

Danny and Greg, thank you so much! I did not know anything about that Swedish company (I had seen their table).
Great find and a fantastic resource for me.
--
John Bernard "JB" Duler
San Francisco
Meltem # 19, Western Med

 

 
 


Re: LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

Paul Harries
 

I have been investing Cayman registration via company for this purpose.
For me possibility of having employed national of any nationality on board at any time was reason for looking into it. 
Has benefit of UK diplomatic and military support.  Epirb and DSC has to go via UK or US though I believe.
--
Paul Harries
Prospective Amel Buyer


LLC or Corporate ownership of vessel

Ben and Gayle Super Maramu #347
 


I’m thinking about putting a new boat into an LLC or corporation  legal entity.  Has anyone done such and run into issues in a  foreign port?  Do most customs and port authorities understand these documentations?  I would think so but maybe not in smaller nations 


Re: Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Danny and Yvonne SIMMS
 

Hi Pat, I will measure later on today. I set the swivels so the inboard portion gave me room to pass. This is about 1/3 in 2/3 out. It  clears the rub rail when swiveled down. The room I had did set the size of panel, length as well.. As I have said before I wasn't trying to power a floating condo from solar only. 

I let you know later today about the measurement.

Kind Regards

Danny

On 08 September 2021 at 03:51 "Patrick McAneny via groups.io" <sailw32@...> wrote:

Danny, I want to add some more solar and while I never liked the idea of rail mounting ,I don't want to modify my bimini either. My problem is ,that most panels with decent output are approx . 40 + inches wide . From the rail down to the rub rail is only about 26 inches . I would then have over a foot inboard of the rail. How wide of a panel do you recommend ?
Thanks
Pat
SM Shenanigans


-----Original Message-----
From: Danny and Yvonne SIMMS <simms@...>
To: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io
Sent: Mon, Sep 6, 2021 3:45 pm
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Solar panels stainless steel mounted vs soft panels

Hi Greg, That was what I would have done had I gone internal but as I said I surface mounted "temporarily" and it was so satisfactory I left it as it was. I don't think anyone even notices the wires.
Kind Regards
Danny
SM 299
Ocean Pearl
On 07 September 2021 at 04:13 Gregory Shea <gmshea@...> wrote:

JB, Danny,
The Frenchman who installed my rail mounted panels had an interesting way of leading the wiring inside the boat. 
You can see the waterproof gland in the gunwhale which he then led into the conduit in the corner of the hull to deck joint. From there he could take the wiring anywhere in the boat, very easily.
Interesting approach.

Greg Shea
Sharki 133 Cap des iles
image1.jpeg

 

On Sep 6, 2021, at 6:17 PM, JB Duler < jbduler@...> wrote:

Danny and Greg, thank you so much! I did not know anything about that Swedish company (I had seen their table).
Great find and a fantastic resource for me.
--
John Bernard "JB" Duler
San Francisco
Meltem # 19, Western Med

 

 
 


Re: Trouble-shooting MHU B&G213

Cathy & Guillaume
 

@Ian, where did you mount the sensor? The manual says it has to stay vertical, how does that work with heel?

Has anyone mounted a secondary MHU at the top of the mizzen?

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