On the 3000L the GPS rpsma connector is exposed (not covered like on other radios) and Cambium (at least here in the forums) recommends not using the GPS Puck and in fact the 3000L doesn't come with a GPS puck.
So, do you need to weatherproof this exposed connector somehow ? We put two 3000Ls up over the weekend, and now one of them can't maintain GPS sync and the other is clearly struggling. The installer didn't take the little black caps off the GPS connector (why would he ?) but it occurs to me that the problems started about the time it started raining and I'm assuming those little black caps (upside down on the bottom of the radio) probably have water in them.
Should the rpsma caps be removed and some sort of weatherproofing attempted on the connectors or is water a concern on them ?