I buy KMart brand Tupperware. Put the gizmos inside, cut a slit in the cover
for the cables and position upside down. Most are a hazy color that protects
from the sun and the slits allow any condensation to drip out.
Cheap, and easy to obtain.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Hopper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 12:17 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] plastic cover for I.C.E. boxes?
> Dear TowerTalk guys,
> I have both I.C.E. COAX lightning protection and rotor control cable
> protection on my roof-top tower. Now that Winter is coming I am thinking
> covering up those boxes with some sort of plastic wrap or outdoor tape?
> instructions say do not expose to direct WX (oops).
> I tried some cheap TYVEC and Duct Tape and both shreded in a short time
> exposed to the sun and rain this Summer. I can't consolidate them and
> a weatherproof box for this yr - but maybe next yr.
> What can I do to weatherproof the little boxes for this Winter WX?
> Appreciate your suggestions. Mny TNX,
> de ken n9vv
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