Larson Electronics Releases Solar Security Tower, 20' Tall, 7.5' Trailer, (3) Cameras, (2) 265W Panels

April 9, 2019

Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of a solar powered security tower to quickly deploy equipment to elevations of up to 20 feet. This unit features a telescoping tower that folds and a rotating boom allowing for 360-degree rotation with a removable mast head. This unit features three outdoor cameras, router/wireless 4G hotspot access, two 265W solar panels and a 400aH battery bank.

The SPLT-.53K-LM20-EW-TLR7-ACC-2XPTZ.23X-1XFE-4TB-W4G solar powered security tower comes equipped with a 120V battery charger and 25 feet of 16/3 SOOW cord terminated with a 5-15P waterproof shore power cord cap. This unit is trailer mounted with a solar generator that has a 12” by 12” by 6” junction box and three 1080P full-HD outdoor cameras mounted to the top of the mast, which supports cameras for a 360-degree field of view. The cameras have 23x optical zoom levels and a 4.7-94mm varifocal lens that automatically adjusts.

Larson Electronics’ solar powered security tower features an 8-channel NVR that can be used with network cameras. The tower includes two 265-watt solar panels, solar charging system, battery bank and electric mast mounted on a trailer with outriggers. This three-stage mast is made of square steel tubing with a 12-foot lower section, eight-foot middle section and six-foot top section each with a two-foot overlap. The mast is extended using an 850-watt 600lb capacity electric winch with 3/16” galvanized steel cable. All electrical components are housed in a NEMA 3R job box bolted to the trailer.

Larson Electronics LLC 

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