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Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-09-26 (UTC)


Towers & Access

ADDCO (US Tower)Public Service Grade Mobile Solar

ADDCO Public Service Grade Mobile
Tower with solar array. 40 ft four
section tower. It looks like a US Tower
but doesn't have a
manufacturer's's ID plate on it. Raised
using a 12 V 2500 lb
winch. Tower retracts and folds
over for antenna maintenance and
transportation. 600 watt solar
capacity using eight 75 watt panels.
The panels raise, deploy and pivot.
Raising is done with a 12V linear
actuator and works well. Deploying
(fanning out the solar panels) is
also done using a 12V linear
actuator, but needs some manual
assistance. Pivoting is manual.
40 amp 12 volt solar controller. 90
amp battery charger. Solar
controller and battery charger are
mounted in an electrical box on the
front of the unit. A sperate
electrical box near the base of the
tower can be used to house radios,
repeaters, etc. There are four battery
boxes designed to house 32 six volt
wired in a combination of parallel
and series to equal 12 volts. A
single 12 auto battery will raise
and lower the tower and solar array.
The tower and solar array etc is
mounted to a heavy duty sub frame
that can be removed from the
trailer. Trailer is a heavy duty
single axel unit with 6000 lb axel
and surge brakes. 8 lug wheels with good
load range E tires. Spare tire and
wheel included. $9500 or reasonable
offer. Will separate tower/solar unit
from trailer to sell. Will not
sell trailer before tower is sold. Email
for pics or text 803-
917-7835.Located near Montgomery, AL

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