A search of Google took me to hapco.com. They have a pretty good chart of
for their poles. Certainly a good place to start.
73 de Terry KK6T
At 07:25 AM 1/10/2003 -0600, Terry Miller wrote:
>As I look around at light poles I see poles with long arms, sometimes as
>long as ten or fifteen feet long with large mercury vapor lights weighing
>forty pounds or more each, standing in parking lots. Other light poles may
>just have a small spot light lighting a flag. I wonder how one would
>determine how much of an antenna load a particular light pole could handle.
>In addition, some light poles used along highways have a brake-away
>feature built into them to protect motorists who may collide with them
>along the highway. Just something to think about when using light poles
>for antenna towers.
>de Terry, KB9YXV
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