HOUSE AND STATION GROUNDING
THIS IS A YOUTUBE VIDEO ABOUT 1 HOUR LONG
HamRadioNow Episode 15
ABOUT 19:40 MINUTES INTO THE PROGRAM
THIS WHAT I HAD WHEN I STARTED TO IMPROVED THE GROUND SYSYTEM
This is my station grounding system
Picture below Right side lower bolt is the 1 inch ground copper braid running
20 foot to the house/trailer fuse box.
At bottom of the 10 foot copper rod is a another ground that runs about 10
foot to another ground to the station. The station ground rod also has the 220
alpha Delta surge protector installed there.
The upper right is 3000 watt surge protector for HF antenna , this is special
order for use with remote switch box, all HF antennas have 2 turns of coax
where they hook up to the Ameritron lighting protect switch box.
Left side is the sure for 2 meter 440 beam this is rated a only 200 watts.
The picture above is the original house/trailer ground the rod sticking out
of earth was trailer ground have to look hard to see it. Not very good...
Info on the copper brackets and other copper grounding item
Copper Grounding items by KF7P
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