HOW TO seal coax connectors and protect LNAs from water, salt spray, UV ...


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Protecting your antenna connectors and exposed wiring is an often missed step in antenna construction.  Your antenna will last longer if you take steps to "weatherize" all exposed wire areas.

In this video from ShineMicro, we learn how to seal coax connectors and protect LNAs from water, salt spray, UV rays, and humidity.  The steps outlined in this video are simple, easy to follow, and fairly inexpensive.  If you've invested time and money in designing and building your latest antenna creation, you need to insure that it's protected against harsh weather conditions.  A little protection now will save you a rebuilding project later.

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