While at HD, etc., also look at low voltage patio lights.
They have heavy gauge zip cord that is buryable. I think
Dave NØRQ wrote:
> For direct burial cable (rotor, coax switching), you could use
> sprinkler wire cable, found at any Home Depot, Lowes, etc.
> It comes in various # of conductors, and can be a bit
> cheaper than something equivalent that is stranded. It is
> 18-gauge usually, I think. If you need heavier, buy
> one with some extra conductors and double-up on
> the lines that need a bit more beef. It is most certainly
> meant to be buried!
> Sure, since it is solid conductor, you might need to convert
> to proper rotor cable if you're rotating the tower, but
> it could work good, I think.
> Dave N0RQ
> ----- Original Message -----
>> Anyone know where I can purchase Direct Burial Rotor Cable?
>> Dick- K9OM
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