Not really. You should have a ground rod for each leg of the tower.
You could put a ring around the tower if you wanted. The idea is to
dissipate static and attempt to prevent a lightning strike. If you get
one #2 or # 10 won't matter.
J6/W0MU November 21 - December 1 2011 CQ WW DX CW
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On 10/12/2011 10:32 PM, Tony wrote:
> On 10/11/2011 9:28 AM, Jim Lux wrote:
>> AWG10 solid is also used for a lot of
>> things. If you want bigger (AWG2 or 2/0), then stranded is where it's
>> at, although I don't know why you would need something that big for a
>> tower (you see it where it needs to bridge across something moving: like
>> a gate or a tilt fixture)
> Hi Jim,
> So there's no advantage in grounding a tower with AGW 2/0 vs #10?
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