The single point ground box started out it's life as a normal electrical outlet box that you can get at home
depot or lowes or the like. The square copper plate to the left of the picture is the one I used, the other L
plate was not used. I actually used some of the items in the box as well.
In the above picture you see how the box came. I pulled all of this out of the box but kept one of the copper
plates with the aluminum connection point on it, then I hammered it flat so that the U shaped pieces were flat.
Here you see the I.C.E surge protection equipment, the bottom is for the coax wth N connectors and the
top is for the antenna rotator. Later I added one for the remote coax switch that is iidentical to the top
unit but rated for a different cut-off voltage.
The plate after I have drilled it where I want.
Here I have the plate lightly bolted in so I can test fit the pieces for position.
Bolted everything down here and have put conductive grease under all items.
Closeup of the arrestors for the rotator and the RCS-8V remote coax switch.
Assembled with the legs before I added the second arrestor.
Here is the basic install, just finished driving in the angle iron and putting in the ground rod.
Another pointless closeup to suck up your bandwith on your internet connection! hehe.
Starting on the wiring here.
Above is the first incarnation before I made changes later with some additional connectors.
Same shot but backed off.
I do have one or two more pictures to add to this later but there is a really large spider and web
between the two rose bushes where the box is located and I like the spider and don't want
to run him off so will wait till he moves his web :)