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Re: Lightning protection



Thanks Jim for the info !  Unfortunately, the series 300 products have 
not been posted on the net - but I'll check it out further.  Thanks for 
the good info - hope to have things in the ' all-together ' in a couple 
of weeks.

Jamie
WB4YDL


On Monday, August 26, 2002, at 10:03 PM, wh6lr wrote:

> Well Jim
>
> I used on my two sections of Rohn 25G a ICE model 303
>
> there # is 1-800-423-2666
>
> I personally think they are better than anything it's saved my station 
> twice
> so far.
>
> I will look for there website and send it to you
>
> 73's de Jim
> WH6LR
> EM04
>
>
> PS FAVORITE BIRDS IS FO-20
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Hall" <nwtncc@iswt.com>
> To: "AMSAT-BB" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
> Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 19:51 PM
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Lightning protection
>
>
>> Hello:
>>
>> I am designing and installing a fixed satellite antenna array on a 
>> short
>> Rohn 25G tower.  After some of the most impressive lightning displays
>> this past weekend - which cost 4 lives - I've been giving more serious
>> thoughts to lightning protection.  On the HF array, I use Polyphaser
>> gear and a substantial ground screen and single point ground.  What are
>> the recommendations for this kind of setup taking into account 3 coax
>> runs, 2 rotator cable runs and DC injection at the shack to power a
>> downconverter ?
>>
>> Jamie
>> WB4YDL
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