These antennas perform well in restricted space areas. For peak performance, a field of radial wires should be used. Check the package contents against the parts list.Installation of this product near power lines is dangerous. For your safety, read the enclosed warnings and follow the installation directions. Prepare split lead on coax in accordance with figures 2 and 3. (See decoupling information, page 12). Install lugs on coax as shown in figure 4 and weatherproof with electrical tape. Install coax feedline and radials (if needed) as shown in figure 7. Coax length is not critical. After making all connections it is recommended you spray the bracket assembly with a heavy protective coating such as Krylon clear spray coating. Stainless steel clamps using the 1/4 in. Screws and 1/4-20 square nuts. Attach the 10-meter trap to the 72 in. Tube using one of the clamp assemblies.
Set dimension A as indicated in the table in figures 5 and 6. Assemble one of the 20 in.Tubes on top of the 10-meter trap using a clamp assembly. Place the 15-meter trap on top of the 20 in.
Tube and set dimension B (see table figures 5 and 6). Repeat this step with another 20 in.
Tube and install the 20-meter trap. Tube above the 20-meter trap. Place the 30-meter trap on it, using clamp assemblies. Set dimension D (figures 5 and 6). There is no trap for 40 meters.
The 40-meter section consists of a 36 in. Tube with a threaded stud on the upper end. Install the 40-meter tube on the top of the 30-meter trap. Set dimension E (figures 5 and 6). Screw on the 75/80-meter resonator at the top of the 40-meter tube and adjust the tip rod in accordance with figure 8.NOTE: The Hustler RM-75S and RM-80S resonators are the same. Tip rod length is the only difference. Place the antenna on the bracket assembly and set dimension A, using the last clamp assembly. 4090-1 10 Meter Trap Assembly 1. 4090-2 15 Meter Trap Assembly 1. 4090-3 20 Meter Trap Assembly 1.
4090-4 30 Meter Trap Assembly 1. 4190-1 Tube and Top Plug Assembly 1. 4904-80S Tip Rod and Marker Assembly 1.
2382-32 Hex Nut 1/4 in. 2491-5 Lock washer 1/4 in.
3488-6 U-Bolts 2 3152-8 Clamps, Tube SS 9. 2382-1 Nut, Hex 10-32 SS 1. 4513 Terminal Lug 1/4 in. 4514 Terminal Lug #10 Hole 1. 2382-32 Hex Nut 1/4-20 x 7/32 in.
2491-5 Lock washer _ in. 2700-7 Hex Head Bolt 1/4-20 x 1-1/2 in. Q: What types of radials do you recommend? A: The radials should be made from insulated wire of #14 gauge or larger.You will need to insulate the bare wire ends on the outer ends of the radials. At least 2 radials per band are required. Radial lengths should be as follows. 10 meters 8' 4", 15 meters 11' 4", 20 meters 16' 4", 30 meters 23' 4", 40 meters 32' 4", 75/80 meters 64' 4". The item "Hustler Six Band Vertical HF Antenna 10-80m 24' 1kW for Ham Radio 6BTV 6-BTV" is in sale since Wednesday, February 15, 2017.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Radio Communication\Antennas\Ham, Amateur Radio Antennas". The seller is "radioresearchinc" and is located in Staten Island, New York.
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