I will share this.... about 7 years ago while living on the East Coast of
Florida, I sealed a coax connection with a wrap of 3M #33 tape and then
wrap the #33 with a wrap of rubberized tape (no adhesive). It streaches as
it is wrap on the connection. A couple of years ago, when I moved, the
connection was undone and the connectors were just as clean and shiney
as the day I put them up there.
You can find that rubberized tape at any electrical supply house.
On 12 Dec 2006 at 16:36, Dave NØRQ wrote:
> At the prices they get for those Quick-Seal enclosures
> I think that Coax-seal will continue to be a very viable option.
> They look like a really good idea -- and the cost reflects that.
> Now the "mini weatherproofing kit" part of the page *does*
> look good -- probably better than coax-seal, and affordable
> as well.
> Dave N0RQ
> ----- Original Message -----
> But, something on a more practicle side for TTers, I did see
> waterproof kits for connectors. Scroll down to the 4th item when you
> land on this URL: http://www.wirelessestimator.com/newproduct_news.cfm
> I'm going to sell my stock in CoaxSeal.
> 73 de Bob - KØRC in MN
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