The Ground Hog Connection
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Copper theft has become a common problem at communication sites.
Ground bars and downleads seem to vanish overnight.




The BarNone Solution reduces theft and improves surge displacement (control).

The BarNone Solution has four common methods of installation as show in the following examples.

Method One - BNPA   
Post mount connected to Earth Ground Ring

Method Two - BNU with BN223T  
Tower cross member


  Method Three - BNU with BNCPC 
  Guy Tower tubular- vertical or horizontal

Method Four - BNWB  
Wall mount using downleads*

*The BNPA (Bar None Post Mount Assembly) installed on a dedicated post (no downleads required) is recommended as the best method for prevention of copper theft at the coax entry and at the base of the tower.
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