Was it not that on some models, turning the paper "needle plate" over had
the South on top comfit?
73 --- Mark AA6DX
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Ogden" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 1:01 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] OK one more rotor question
> Thanks all for all the info on the Ham M vs. Ham IV rotors.
> Here's one final question:
> I need my new Ham M to rotate through South as it's going to be an azimuth
> rotor for my satellite station.
> Where can I get a "real" needle plate for this configuration. My control
> box is the old brown style CDR box and for now I just took and made my own
> plate. It starts at 0 degrees on the left and goes to 360 moving to the
> right. So I think it's correct.
> My only question is if there is some place I can purchase a "real"
> plate and not a modified Xerox copy. Do these exist?
> Jon Ogden
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