I used small angle brackets from the hardware store to mount my IS-RCTs to
the ground plates in a couple of metal utility cabinets back about 12 years
ago, when IS_RCTs were somewhat reasonable in cost. For my last project, I
used K5FD suppressor boards, which you can buy with or without a box. The
bare boards mount nicely to a ground plate, provided it's protected from the
weather. The K5FD suppressor boards have a more robust design and are more
cost effective per conductor. See www.k5fd.com.
73, Dick WC1M
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Dougherty [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2009 10:12 PM
> To: TowerTalk@contesting.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Mounting Polyphaser IS-RCT to SPGP
> My Round Tuit finally arrived and I?m hoping to have my single-point entry
> panel finished in a couple of weeks. What I?m trying to figure out the
> proper way of mounting the Polyphaser IS-RCT (8-terminal rotor control
> protector) to the panel. It?s a solid box with a ¼?-20 one-inch stud
> out the top and there are no mounting flanges on the box. My original plan
> was an 18 x 24? copper or aluminum plate to which all the suppressors
> be mounted, and 2? strapping to the bonded system. The thing of it is,
> of the polyphaser devices are made for panel mounting?neither these IS-RCT
> boxes or the high-power coax supressors, which are bulkhead-mount only.
> I?m really stumped here and I think I may just end up selling these and
> getting ICE devices instead. Any suggestions?
> Also, would I be just as well to get aluminum sheeting for the SPGP, then
> using copper strap with a thick layer of NoAlox where the strap meets the
> plate? Would I run into problems if I ran two 2?-wide by foot-long buses
> tied together by 2? strapping or is it better to go with a single large
> plate instead?
> Thanks in advance.
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