Inmesol has launched on the market its new model of mobile LED Lighting Towers which, unlike previously produced types, does not incorporate a generator as its source of energy.
The “autonomous” Lighting Towers can be connected both to the mains power system and an external generator, a feature that makes it easier and more versatile in its use for many of our clients.
To Be Used Individually or in Series
Furthermore these Lighting Towers have been designed so that they can be connected together and work as a series.
Easy to Dismantle and Transport
Each Lighting Towers has four 100W LED lamps (a total of 400W). Since these are energy-efficient lamps, the power supply they require is low by comparison with the lumens they provide.
In order to make transport easier, the new design means that the lights can be simply and comfortably dismantled. The tower itself extends to a maximum height of seven metres.
With Wheels and Handle Grip They are Smaller and Easier to Manage
Their small size plus the wheels and handle grip they incorporate means that they are easily manageable and completely mobile.
Intelligent Switch-on and Switch-off Systems
The towers include as part of their design a 220V clock which programmes the switch-on time, a light dependent relay (light sensor) which switches the lights on at nightfall and switches them off at dawn, as well as a motion detector which turns the lights on if there is any movement around the town within a 280o angle.
Inmesol has just produced fourteen “autonomous” Lighting Towers which have been especially designed to send to Norway.