I'm installing a mast on the gable end of my house on which I'll mount a ham radio antenna:
The antenna is mounted to 1.5" RMC (the mast) which passes through the eave of the roof. The RMC screws into a surface-mount exterior breaker box. The box contains the antenna discharge unit mounted to a plate on which the bonding lug is also mounted. The insulated (green) bonding conductor runs through a knockout in the bottom of the breaker box and then to the ground rod at the service entrance.
How do I secure the (insulated) bonding conductor in the knockout? Use a metal NM clamp? Use a plastic NM push-in connector? Use a cable gland? I thought about using a Kenny Clamp, but that's not for insulated wire is it? Should I just strip off the insulation where it meets the Kenny Clamp?