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Re: [RFI] Lightning Grounds with Insulators in SC?

To: Michael C Martin <mike@rfiservices.com>, 'RFI List' <rfi@contesting.com>
Subject: Re: [RFI] Lightning Grounds with Insulators in SC?
From: "qrv@kd4e.com" <qrv@kd4e.com>
Reply-to: qrv@kd4e.com
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2017 20:28:37 -0400
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The link I embedded did have the photo Bruce took but it may
have been deleted from swap.qth.com

I'll get out of the middle & let you and Bruce process this.

He was concerned about potential RFI from what he was observing
- so I thought it should be seen on this list.

Thanks & 73, DavidC KD4E

I'm curious David, have you ever read that in an
electric utilities manual or spec sheet?
Bruce, did you happen to get a picture of this at
that location?

Michael C. Martin
Providing RFI services
PO Box 411
Traceys Landing, MD 20779

-----Original Message-----
From: RFI [mailto:rfi-bounces@contesting.com] On
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Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2017 1:43 PM
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Cc: n4jhy@yahoo.com
Subject: [RFI] Lightning Grounds with Insulators
in SC?

Just saw this posted to the swap.qth.com list ...

"Running along the South Carolina coast are two 3
phase 115 kv feeders that power all coastal towns
for about 45 miles. Georgetown, SC to Myrtle

"About a year ago I noticed that one of the two
lightning safety grounds, both at the top of each
pole, now has some sort of insulators on it."


"While driving on a cross road, that goes under
this power line, I noticed this arrangement on one
of the poles."

"Does anyone know what this is all about?"

"Thanks, Bruce N4JHY"

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