12 Volt rotor for small portable antennas

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KK6USY, Feb 24, 2021.

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  1. G0WXU

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    Thank's for the idea. That is realy the KIS principle. I have a home-brew 70cm yagi that I will have to give this a go. 73 de John - G0WXU. Stay Safe,Stay lucky. I got my second jab last night.
     
  2. M0VUE

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    Hi All,

    I actually build 12v rotators for my local club members. They run off any 12v supplier and are used for portable rotators driven by a simple PWM 12v motor controller. I'm also developing an Arduino controller which will work with encoded motors and a point and shoot controller.

    A couple of local hams use small ish beams on these biggest being a three element 10m beam. But normally 2/4/6m beams.

    I can pop up a video if anyone is interested.


    Chris
    M0VUE
     

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