I saw this link this morning for it: https://mt.lv/WWnRAY
I'm excited about the complete assembly and aiming mount.
It appears to be an attractive size, but seems long. Most of our situations where we install these will be on the sides of buildings, so the larger the distance from the wall, the more significant the installation appears.
It seems to me the configuration as shown will be just fine much of the time, other times I will be wanting to get it closer to a wall. This could possibly be achieved with 2x design changes:
- Possibly a sideways or alternative cable exit can allow the back of the radio closer to a wall
- A mount that can be oriented longitudinally instead of axially
I do have some potential concerns about function:
How are these screws accessed for aiming (It appears the gland seal is blocking access)?
It seems there could be an additional hole to allow rotating the mount and reducing the front-to-back dimension. It appears this would have more clearance for those screws from the previous question. Any thoughts?
Thank you, Chris
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