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Call Sign : 26-CT-954 Posts : 196 Times Thanked : 1 Join date : 2020-11-27 QTH or Location : Ellesmere Port Equipment Used : Na
Subject: Re: Lw20 query Sun Jan 24, 2021 5:54 pm
If the unun is screwed to the wall, and the wire travels down the garden, to some power cord attached to a pole, can the power cord hold the turn, or does the wires have to be some distance apart if that makes sense
Call Sign : 163-CT-220...MW7TTA Posts : 627 Times Thanked : 18 Join date : 2019-11-19 QTH or Location : Anglesey North Wales Equipment Used : Yaesu FT-991A.
Subject: Re: Lw20 query Sun Jan 24, 2021 7:39 pm
Do you mean a length of power cord attached to the insulator on the end of the long wire to support it. If that is it then yes that would be ok. Also the tin shed shouldn't be a problem. I use a pully and paracord at each end of mine makes it easy to take down (cord attached to unun).