I've read reports that indicate that the Prosistel rotors have serious
quality problems and they ain't cheap. In fact, I turned down a hell of a
deal on a Prosistel 71 and found a PP instead. Italians are lovers, not
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger (K8RI)" <K8RI-on-TowerTalk@tm.net>
To: "Tower Talk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2008 8:36 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] yaesu rotors
> Bob Maser wrote:
>> I worked for The quality manufacturer of 10 turn pots and they are still
>> fragile, wirewound devices. If you want the ultimate, why not buy a prop
> Several job incarnations back I worked for a chemical company in the
> semiconductor industry. We used a *lot* of motor driven, 10 turn pots in
> a very hostile environment with nary a problem. I much prefer them to
> the new pulse system. I had several C-Band setups here with two up at a
> time. Thunderstorms and power interruptions often meant I had to
> realign the things. If the controller had lost its memory that turned
> into quite a bit of work. Admittedly it'd be much simpler to realign a
> simple rotator using the pulse system.
>> pitch rotor and control it with a Green Heron controller.
> You can do the same with the ProsisTel rotators and the Green Heron
> controller as they are available together.
>> That's what I am
>> putting up and I expect to have zero problems with it, regardless of what
>> antenna(s) I put on it.
> Always expect problems. IOW plan for the worst and be pleasantly
> surprised when it doesn't happen.<:-))
> Roger (K8RI)
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