Joe - WD0M
WD0M at centurytel.net
Sat Apr 8 14:48:02 EDT 2006
There are many ways to achieve the goal. I used
ICE protectors for my system, and the waterproof
housing I purchased from an electrical supply
company - it's fiberglass and works well. You can check out how I did it at:
Click on Ham Radio in the Menu, and then choose Lightning Protection.
I hope this gives you some ideas on how to proceed.
At 12:43 PM 4/8/2006, Gary Tuck wrote:
>I am in the process of putting up a 72' crank-up I got second-hand (no idea
>who made it), which is 60' from the house. I want to make a single-point
>ground system for the antennas on that tower (3-element tri-bander and 3
>element 6-meter beams), and my other tower (75' Rohn) which is stationary,
>next to the house. It will have numerous VHF-UHF antennas on it. I have
>looked at I.C.E., Alpha-Delta, and PolyPhaser arrestors, and can't decide
>which is best. I also need some ideas about a waterproof housing to put
>them in. It will be on the brick wall, just outside of my shack.
>Any ideas would be welcome.
>Thanks - Gary, W4GT
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