Instead of using the included
rubber grommets to protect the cable connection from the
weather, you can instead use Coax-Seal. We show you how
to wrap it around the connector without causing
connection problems. You can visit
www.ccrane.com/WiFi-Antennas/Super-USB-WiFi-Antenna-3-High-Power-Long-Range-80211-B-G-N-Wireless for the Super USB WiFi Antenna 3,
www.ccrane.com/WiFi-Accessories/Coax-Seal-10-Inch-Roll for the coax-seal.
Super Feedback >>
"I've been able to exercise my Super Wifi
Antenna 3 every day since my arrival here in
Tacoma. Moving it around to various windows in
my parents' home to try and find the best spot
for the few open networks in this neighborhood
has been an interesting adventure. Reminds me a
bit of doing similar things with my ham radio! I
ended up placing the antenna out on the porch
suspended from a nail already there for
Christmas decorations. It works great from this
Marine WiFi Antenna
As we know salt water and even salt air
can corrode just about anything. Here's
what one Super3 user says:
"I constructed this cover of schedule
40, 2inch PVC, with a 3/4 inch mast. I
temporarily located it here at roof
level until I get the courage to climb
the mast. It appears that there is no
loss with the antenna inside this unit.
I followed your instructions of using
the "coax seal" tape before enclosing it
in this cover. Thanks for all your help!
Here is Steve's assembly guide.