Re: my previous comments.
Yes you can put one there, but I would not be real wild about climbing
or working on one that is that close to electrical lines.
I don't even like working on tube type amps! Was bit by too many TV's in
de n0yvy steve
Chad Kurszewski WE9V wrote:
> I know it's a good idea, but did anyone ever have a tower permit denied
> because it was within falling distance of electrical lines >250V?
> The local building inspector cites NEC 810-13, something that the tower
> cannot be within falling distance + 2' of power lines.
> County zoning thinks it's okay if 2/3rds of your tower falls on the
> neighbor's property, but the township doesn't want it near any power
> Again, yes, it's a good idea, but is it really "code"? (I don't have
> the NEC handy to determine if what his says is valid or correct.)
> Comments? Help? Ideas?
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