Are there any problems with locating a CS110 Electric Field Meter Sensor and an SG000 Strike Guard Lightning Sensor near a tower that has spread-spectrum radios on it?

The CS110 and the tower should be positioned away from each other a distance of three times the tower’s height.

If the radio signal is strong enough, the SG000 may pick it up as one of the two components the SG000 measures to detect lightning. If this signal coincides with a light flash from a windshield or headlight, it could generate a false strike signal. Also, constant bombardment of the SG000 by sufficiently strong RF signals will pull the sensor out of its quiescent state, affecting its current drain. This will eventually degrade the battery and shorten its expected four-year lifespan.

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