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Windpilot

Gargleblaster

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Peter Foertham has posted a video that shows another way to link up an electric autopilot with a wind vane steering system.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/101886254191483491623/posts/dbsgzoGvDqH?cfem=1

I know a lot of people see a lot of sense in using the power of he windvane and the direction of the electric autohelm working in common. I have rarely found a situation where the Windpilot isn't adequate by itself even in very light winds.
 
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