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Re: Weather proofing preamps at antenna feed points



Hi all, I have been using for Years with very good results a spray used for
protecting
ignition cables in cars. There many product all passed on lacquered the one
I am using is transparent made locally, I also used one with reddish colour
made in Germany.
I use it also on coax connectors. the layer is thin and very easy to open
the connectors if needed. the product I use is not affected by ultra violet
rays.
I just opened a coax connector sprayed in 1985 it looked as new.



   73s Shlomo


AO-16,UO=22,KO-23,KO-25  Amsast U.K member #3406. QTH LOCATOR KM71JV.
Internet address 4x1as@iarc.org, 4x1as@amsat.org
4X1AS. Shlomo Menuhin, Rehovot,76568, Israel, KM71JV

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> Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 07:55:41 -0000
> From: "Howard Long" <howard@howardlong.com>
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Weather proofing preamps at antenna feed points
>
> Hello
>
> I'd appreciate anyone's experiences on weather proofing preamps at antenna
> feedpoints on Az-El rotators.
>
> Thanks & 73 Howard G6LVB
>
>
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