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John Dirks Jr

1027 tripod mount

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I made a tripod mounts for my radon monitors.

It's a piece of 1/4" thick aluminum drilled and tapped to accept the 1/4"NC thread of common tripods. A dabble or two of JB Weld and we're in business. The aluminum piece is thin enough that the monitor can still sit on a table if desired with the feet all touching.

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I mounted my three 1027s on two foot step ladders along with outlet strips and the transformers. Allows enough room on the top to set the printer.

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I mounted my three 1027s on two foot step ladders along with outlet strips and the transformers. Allows enough room on the top to set the printer.

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Now all you need is a little barbed wire fence around it.

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I've always used folding tray tables, leaves space to place a radon test/do not disturb sign with the monitor and a place for the occupant to leave the signed non-interference agreement if they're not home when I place it.

Pretty cool ladder set up, sure would be a lot less things to carry in that way. [^]

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