One should take care of the environment where the relays are used ..........
I had the experience years ago with unsealed tricle charged battery in the
same room. It took me a long time before I found out what was going on.
Even the heads of a serie of 8 inch floppy drivers had to be cleaned -up on
a very regular base. One day I throwed the batteries out of the room , and
would you believe all th"e problems where gone for years.
So take care there may be other polutions then battery acid. I would'nt be
surprised with a kitchen near the Amp. you will get dirty relay contacts
unless they are really sealed or vacuum types. But remember there is always
My two cents worth advice.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Thacker" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 01, 2003 6:05 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Remote Antenna Switches
> I have had the Top Ten Band Decoder with Tower Mounted Switch...works
> great. Band decoder and switch is run by the PC using WIN-EQF. Great
> BTW, WIN-EQF has features some of the others don't.
> Bob, K3GT
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Remote Antenna Switches
> > With all the recent talk about remore antenna switches, I'd like to hear
> > what everyone else is using for this task. Sounds like the Ameritron
> > switches are prone to dirty contacts, etc. but what about the rest of
> > available products? What are the best? What are YOU using? Why?
> > Chuck - K?TVD
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