Actually, I believe the direction of rotation would be OPPOSITE
the direction indicated on the control face.
Think about it:
The BOTTOM is FIXED, and the TOP is rotating Clockwise (CW)
now, if the TOP is FIXED, and the bottom is allowed to rotate,
it must rotate Counter Clock Wise (CCW) relative to the top,
assuming power is applied in the same manner to the motor.
Anyone want to try it for confirmation?
On Mon, 09 Sep 2002 02:41:08 +0000 "RICHARD BOYD" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Having thought about it, if you hang the rotator right side up with
> the yagi
> underneath, the indicator should be normal and correct.
> If you did hang the rotator upside down, though, I think the
> indicator would
> indicate backward, that if you were rotating 90 degrees from north
> to east
> on the indicator your antenna would really be turning 90 degrees
> from north
> to west, or would it be turning 90 degrees from south to west?
> Suffice to say, there are good reasons not to put your rotator
> upside down.
> Rich Boyd
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