Rooftop okay?


John Huggins
 

Is it required for the SAL to be near earth?

Just wondering if anyone has used an SAL atop a building with typical commercial asphalt building.  Is so, any pitfalls in performance?

Thanks.
John


Jay
 

The SAL is ground independent so it will work on the roof.  If it is a commercial building it may have lots of electrical noise coming from inside it.

Jay Terleski
Array Solutions
214 954 7140



On Mon, Mar 29, 2021 at 1:36 PM John Huggins <john.huggins.ee@...> wrote:
Is it required for the SAL to be near earth?

Just wondering if anyone has used an SAL atop a building with typical commercial asphalt building.  Is so, any pitfalls in performance?

Thanks.
John


John Huggins
 

Thank you Jay.  It will be atop a relatively boring building electrically about 100 feet up.

On Mon, Mar 29, 2021 at 3:37 PM Jay <jayt@...> wrote:
The SAL is ground independent so it will work on the roof.  If it is a commercial building it may have lots of electrical noise coming from inside it.

Jay Terleski
Array Solutions
214 954 7140



On Mon, Mar 29, 2021 at 1:36 PM John Huggins <john.huggins.ee@...> wrote:
Is it required for the SAL to be near earth?

Just wondering if anyone has used an SAL atop a building with typical commercial asphalt building.  Is so, any pitfalls in performance?

Thanks.
John