I can send you an email offline if you like on how to "officially" ask if
it's in the slope and needs to be lit. Just hope it's not. I can send you
a link and a name to ask the FCC and they will check it out and see if it
needs to be registered or not. Also, just because it's registered and may
get and ASR number does not mean it will need to be lit. But you will at
least have a study number to CYA.
We register all ours (over 60k of them) and only a portion are lit. But
Jon is correct. If it's to be lit it has to be done by the 7460 circular.
73 Dave n4zkf
AR-Cluster node: 145.05 Mhz. or telnet://dxc.n4zkf.com:23
CC-Cluster node: 145.07 Mhz. or telnet://ccc.n4zkf.com:7373
Packet BBS: 145.05 Mhz.-14.098 Mhz. or telnet://bbs.n4zkf.com:6300
BPQ Node: 145.05 Mhz.-14.098 Mhz. (n4zkf-5)
SEDAN Node: 145.770 Mhz. (n4zkf-7)
N4ZKF/R 147.375 Mhz. Tone 103.5
On 12/30/11 8:22 PM, "Robert Morris" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Be careful putting just any light on it. If you do it, you may have to
>use "official" lights, as in expensive, alarms, and register with the
>Of the few I took care of, the alarm would go off at 3am, there was an
>FAA 800 number to call and give the FAA registration number.
>Half the time the guy would ask "where's that, it's not on record"....
>Been there for twenty years and it's your number ??
>On Dec 30, 2011, at 8:06 PM, Jon Pearl - W4ABC wrote:
>I don't think anyone has mentioned it yet, Bill but I think due to the
>barren landscape surrounding the strip, pilots are using your house to
>help line up for final. It's a great navaid for them but may be
>problematic for both of you when the tower goes up. When it's all said
>and done, you'll no-doubt get your tower up with the FAA's blessing but
>you may light it for some piece of mind.
>Keep us updated.
>Jon Pearl - W4ABC
>On 12/30/2011 9:51 AM, William Hein wrote:
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