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Light Mast from Larson ElectronicsThe LM-HA-12-7-2S-FM light mast from Larson Electronics is a hydraulic, two-stage telescoping device for outdoor use.

The mast can be raised to 12 ft for maximum elevation and retracted to 7 ft for compact storage or ease of transportation. A rotating boom, fully capable of turning 360°, allows operators to position mounted equipment accurately during use. The two-stage light mast weighs approximately 600 lbs and features a base stage of 4 × 4 × 1/8 in. of square steel tubing and a second stage of 3 × 3 × 1/8 in. Manual deployment of the tower is not required, as the mast can be elevated using hydraulics, while both stages are deployed using a hydraulic ram system.

Applications for the two-stage telescoping light tower include construction, pole lighting, elevated lighting, mining sites, security, law enforcement, schools, stadiums, marine locations, communication systems, and more.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2018

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