Larson Electronics is offering an energy-efficient solar LED light tower for rental in remote locations, such as emergency operations, security checkpoints, construction, concerts, and military camp sites. The solar LED light mast is equipped with four, 150-watt LED lamps, supported by a 10.7kW water-cooled diesel generator, eight, 300W solar panels, and ten, 105aH AGM batteries. The RNT-SPLT-2.4K-LM30-FM-20X105AH-4X30L-10KW-CPR is an effective solution for sustainable illumination in locations without direct access to a local grid. The aluminum light mast with a steel canopy can be elevated from 8ft up to 29.5ft. Equipped with six stages, the tower is adjustable in 360°, and provides resistance from 40mph winds. A total of eight, 300W solar panels can be used to harvest sunlight, while storing power in ten, 105aH AGM batteries (1,200aH total/600aH usable). An integrated compass offers guidance, when positioning the solar panels for maximum exposure to sunlight. Charge time for the 24V DC system is 9.5 hours, with a runtime of 30 hours and an expected lifespan of 5-7 years. Power storage management is facilitated by a 48V DC Morningstar TS-MPPT-600V controller. The entire solar LED light tower is skid mounted and secured on a trailer base. Deployment may be completed on the ground without the single-axle trailer. The trailer lights are US DOT compliant and four 1000lb outriggers offer support on rugged or uneven terrain. For grid configurations, multiple solar LED light towers can be connected simultaneously.
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