TwinPoint A28 In-Line UHF Lightening & Static Arrestor


  • Disconnect the coaxial connector at your base antenna, install the AR-10 and reconnect
    the coaxial cable.
  • Then, run a copper ground wire from the connector housing to earth ground.
  • The ground wire offers a low resistance path that will allow atmospheric static and electrical
    charges to be totally or partially bled off to earth ground.
  • Redirecting these interfering charges will reduce and/or eliminate much of the hissing and
    popping noise heard in the receiever.
  • The bleed may also save damage to the receiever circuits.
  • The AR-10 can (should?) be used with CB’s, scanners, amatuer radio equipment and other
    antenna utilizing devices.
  • For best results, we recommend that the ground wire be at least 10 guage copper and that the
    connector is soldered to the wire to protect against corrosion causing resistance.
  • Also, for best results it is best to use a copper grounding rod that has been driven into the earth
    several feet.
  • Copper ground rods are readily available at most home improvement stores or farm supply





Additional information

Weight .2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 1 in