Those radio tower lights look pretty small when you're driving by...
Here's the light from the top of one of our towers that's been replaced. It's sitting next to a 5 gallon water jug for reference.
Before tha days of solid-state flasher units.....a couple of stations I worked for had a motor-operated cam that opened and closed a momentary contact switch.....voila!! A "flashing" top beacon!!:)
Druid Hills Radio AM-1710- Dade City, FL. Unlicensed operation authorized by the Part 15 Department of the FCC and our Resident Hobby Agent.
It reminds me of something.
While not exactly the same - - it
reminds me of some beautiful boat
running lights my dad bought back when I
was in high school. The boat running
lights came from a junk store and ran
on 28 volts. Except he didn't have a boat
and he had nothing that would produce
Best Wishes - - still out here --
Brooce Part 15 Hartford
NOISE AND STATIC RADIO
Yeah but how many gallons of water can that tower light hold :)
andre_pro20g asks: "Yeah but how many gallons of water can that tower light hold?"
How about beer?