work on the antenna on the ground. Raise the completed antenna
Do NOT work on a wet, snowy or windy day or if a thunderstorm is
approaching. Do NOT use a metal ladder.
If the antenna assembly starts to fall, get away from it and let it fall.
Remember that the antenna mast and cable are all excellent conduc-
tors of electrical current.
Do NOT install the antenna by yourself. Be sure that there are two
other people available for help.
If any part of the antenna should come in contact with a power line .
. . DON'T TOUCH IT OR TRY TO REMOVE IT YOURSELF. Call your
local power company immediately.They will remove it.
Should an electrical accident occur . . . DON'T TOUCH THE PERSON
IN CONTACT WITH THE POWER LINE, or you too can become
electrocuted. Instead, use a DRY board, stick, or rope to push or pull
the victim away from the power lines and antenna. Once clear, check
the victim. If he has stopped breathing, immediately administer car-
diopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and stay with him. Have someone
else call for medical help.
Install wire antennas high enough that they will not be "walked into"
Do not install antenna wire(s) over or under utility lines.
Important installation information
The MANT950 uses a power injector that sends a low power DC
voltage to the antenna to drive the signal amplifier built into the
antenna though the RG-6 or RG-59 signal cable.
It is essential for proper operation of this antenna system that the
power injector be connected between the antenna and any devices
such as splitters, additional amplifers, matching transformers, net-
works, etc. SEE DIAGRAM TO LEFT.
Disregarding this important notice may result in damaging the power
injector or improper operation / poor performance.