I lifted one edge of a real heating duct, then, with some prying,
moved one side of the duct away from the opening and ran all the coax
and control lines through the new opening which is below the floor
Soon will need to run one ladder-line through that opening and not
sure how well I can insulate it from the metal of the duct.
Quoting Dan Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> This brings up an issue I hope to work on soon...
> I will be running about 6 feedlines under my floor and up to my shack.
> There will likely be two runs of LDF4 and probably 4 runs of RG8. The
> SPG will be just outside the house, before the lines go under the floor.
> I haven't decided yet best / neatest method of passing the lines through
> the floor. I've considered cutting a 4x12 rectangular opening in the
> floor about the same size as a heat duct, or something similar. Just
> thought I would ask, "how do you do it?"
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> On 10/21/2010 9:06 AM, email@example.com wrote:
>> I'm willing to bet that the great majority of hams use an aluminum
>> plate for SPG. Mine is 1/4" thick and replaces the foundation 'vent'
>> under my shack window.
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