Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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I have been eyeballing this guy for a while. Many dehumidifiers require an operating temp of 50°F+. This one states as low as 33°F. If you are a live aboard then you may need a higher output model.Haven't been on in quite some time. Bought a 1994 Catalina 28 mk1 Slipped Oceanside Ca. tired of moisture . any suggestions on a reliable dehumidifier that I can leave on and drain into sink
The specs show: 8 oz. of water per day at 86° F and 80% R.H.So do you guys leave your sink seacocks open to drain the water from the humidifier? I have one of the Eva's and thought of doing this but was uncomfortable with leaving the seacock open. Would draining it into a bucket work for a few days on the Chesapeake?
I keep one almost exactly like this in my Catalina 27. I took out the float for the auto shutoff and drilled a hole up high in the tank. That way it will just run continuously. I keep it in the galley sink so that when it drains out of the hole it just goes down the drain.I use these in both our boats, they are fabulous. I just drilled and tapped the water reservoir, and installed a nipple and a piece of hose, which drains down the sink. Both boats stay fresh as a daisy.
That’s cool. If it was set up as a “dumpThe fine print on the inverter said its output is 12v dc. So I hooked it up to my dc system that is powered by a single 100 watt solar panel. It draws about 2 amps at 12v, so I put a timer that limited the dehumidifiers run time to 3 hours every morning to keep the batteries from running down. Worked fine.