Now there you go. Do your own rotor control protectors. All that is in the
polyphaser unit is a large mov to ground on each line.
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> I also prefer the Polyphaser products, but just to give you another
> alternative, see the ICE products:
> And for those of us who still like to homebrew and/or save some money,
> if you look at the I.C.E. datasheet, it pretty much spells out what
> device they are using. A MOV (metal oxide varistor) with 50VAC,
> 66VDC, 4.5KA peak current. A quick look at Digikey shows a similar
> MOV for $4.23 for quantity 10. See
> I purchased a ton of these along with an old fashioned barrier
> terminal strip, connected one end of the MOV to the barrier strip, the
> other end to a buss bar connected to station ground (my metal bulkhead
> station entrance) via a very short lead.
> Chad WE9V
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