|To:||David Giuliani <David@Giuliani.org>,TowerTalk <email@example.com>|
|Subject:||Re: [TowerTalk] ground strap width: 3" vs 6"...|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Aug 2004 12:31:10 -0500|
Hi, David and all;|
3-5 parallel copper wires spaced 2" or more is as good as copper strap. Compare the cost to decide. Greater separation and more wires will further reduce the inductance, which is what you are accomplishing with a wide strap instead of a cylindrical wire. I see no problem running under the roof as long as you maintain ample distance from wiring, plumbing, or any other conductor.
73 de WOØW
David Giuliani wrote:
_______________________________________________I am installing ground straps between a garage roof mounted tower (at h=30' above ground), and a grounding system consisting of a perimeter loop of #2 ground wire, multiple ground rods, and several Ufer connections to the rebar in the concrete pads surrounding the garage, and a 50' section of copper strap buried horizontally at 1-2' below the surface. Copper strap will be used in two places, each side of the garage, to run between the tower base and the grounding system, about 50' each run. We live in a low lightning strike region.
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