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#19961 - 01/06/03 11:57 AM Grounding satellite dish
SJT Offline
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Registered: 07/24/02
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Loc: PATCHOGUE, N.Y.
Would anyone have an input into the correct way to ground a satellite dish? (small) I work at an industrial site and to run a solid insulated #10 back to the water main would unreal. This particular building has a wood frame. Is the ground wire allowed to be ran to an existing sub panel, or does it have to go to a ground rod? The dish will be on a roof, which would have a very long run to a ground rod. I want to stay within the code. I know a lot of dish people don't follow the NEC like we do. The sub panels are fed with metal jacketed BX cable. Thanks

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#19962 - 01/06/03 12:58 PM Re: Grounding satellite dish
rmiell Offline
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Loc: La Junta, Co. USA
Follow these links for previous discussions, both here and on Mike Holt's forum.

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Mike Holt link #1

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Good luck

Rick Miell

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