I do a lot of installing of devices on commercial towers, building,
etc and I've had real good luck with the
L-com enclosures. Take a look at the link below, it has all their
enclosures, both NEMA3 - 4 , etc. The
prices are good depending on what is inside the box, they come with
lower sealed openings, AC power,
network connections, etc. I've got a few of their boxes on towers
that have been up for 5-7 years and show
very little signs of wear,, AND they are dry inside, (I'm in NW
california, the rain country)
hope this helps
Robert Smith Consulting
"Wireless Installations -- Government, Businesses & ISP's"
F.C.C. Licensed-Commercial & Amateur Services
ARRL Life Member
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Fort Bragg, California 95437
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Date: Wed, 13 Apr 2011 19:17:14 -0500
From: chas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [TowerTalk] Sealed container needed for tuner
To: towertalk <email@example.com>
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I want to mount an SGC-239 tuner on the tower below a vertical. but I need a
UV proof, sealed, water tight container that I can put the tuner inside - and
then put that tuner in a tupperware? into another container if it can be
found. And all of this as cheap as possible.
I think that NMEA cases are just too expensive but that might have to be the
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