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Old 01-08-2021, 23:03   #1
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Moonraker E Plate - Aluminium

Brand new - never installed

Genuine MOONRAKER compact radio or electrical earth plates designed to provide an efficient low resistance earth connection in wooden or fibreglass vessels for the professional and non professional user.The Moonraker E Plate has an effective surface area of approximately 1265 sq cm (0.1265m2) and is not appreciably affected by marine growth fouling. Normally constructed of 94% low corrosion copper alloy, designed especially for tropical waters, it is also available in low corrosion aluminium for boats fitted with aluminium outboard legs or under conditions where bronze fittings should not be used,to prevent electrolysis.Two threaded studs are integrally connected with the E Plate for mounting. No pre-assembly is necessary and there are no bolted joints to corrode and cause problems.The performance of any HF radio circuit is limited by the efficiency of the antenna / earth system used. Moonraker products are designed to give the high standard of efficiency demanded by the professional user.

$250 AUD

Available Sydney, Australia

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