Solar-powered tower extends 30 feet

Larson Electronics, a company that specializes in industrial lighting products, recently released a solar-powered trailer equipped with a 30-foot mast, two 265-watt solar panels and a 400aH capacity battery bank. The SPLT-.53K-LM30-2XN3B-PW-TLR7 portable solar-powered tower features two solar panels, a solar charging station, battery bank and a manual crank-up mast mounted to a 7-foot trailer with outriggers. This system delivers 12 volts for lighting, cameras, sensors or other electrical equipment mounted atop the manual crank mast. The three-stage steel mast is designed to allow operators to quickly and safely deploy electrical equipment. It can be extended 30 feet above the trailer floor for maximum coverage and collapsed to 13½ feet. The light tower can also be elevated to its full height by a 1,000-pound-rated hand winch fitted with 3/16-inch galvanized steel cable. The mast incorporates a 16-by-16-by-8-inch junction box mounted at the top of the mast for connecting cameras and other devices. An 8-by-8-by-8-inch junction box is also mounted at the top of the first stage of the mast. External Nycoil tubing runs around the mast to allow operators to run ethernet cable to the junction boxes. The tubing connects the junction boxes together and then runs from the smaller junction box to the job box mounted on the base of the trailer. This unit is capable of generating a total maximum output of 0.53 kw. The panels are mounted to a frame angled at 45 degrees for optimized light intake. All the electrical components are encapsulated in a NEMA 3R job box bolted to the trailer. Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED light towers, portable distribution systems, explosion-proof lights, portable work lights and industrial-grade LED area lights.

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