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    Default My High Power Box

    I finished my last high power box here it is.
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    Default Re: My High Power Box

    Nice clean job. Good work.

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    Default Re: My High Power Box

    Love the Cat5 setup, Nice and dry.
    Did you install an exterior LED status light?
    Somebody mentioned that at the meeting last Saturday and it's a brilliant idea IMHO.
    RED MOUNTAIN LIGHTS

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    Looks Good Walter.

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    Default Re: My High Power Box

    Bad thing about mounting LED on the exterior is it act as a homing beacon to the public. It must be turn away from the public view or cover it somehow.

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    Default Re: My High Power Box

    Quote Originally Posted by victory402 View Post
    Love the Cat5 setup, Nice and dry.
    Did you install an exterior LED status light?
    Somebody mentioned that at the meeting last Saturday and it's a brilliant idea IMHO.

    Yea that was my other HP box. but this one is not on the roof so i i'm not going to put one on this box

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    sitll need to paint it black but thanks guys.

    Walter

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    I like the connectors on the outside.

    I will have to do the same thing... minus weather proofing, to my boxes.

    Good work Walter!

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    why would you not weather proof it?
    Walter


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    I hate spending the extra money.

    But, I've never had any trouble.

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    Default Re: My High Power Box

    So after a close look today i found that one end of my cat 5 connector was wired as a patch cable and the other as a cross over. Glad i found it now insted of some other time.
    Walter


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