MtPole Solar Panel Roadside Cabinet
Installing traffic measurement technology at the roadside can be an expensive and time consuming problem due to the costs of providing mains power and communications infrastructure in remote locations.
- Reliable power supply even during winter months
- Simplified, safer and more cost effective maintenance
- Low visual impact makes it suitable for urban and rural areas
- Improved GSM/GPRS signal strength to ensure reliable communications
- 25 and 35 watt options
- Vandal resistant
- Simplified installation
- Optional cantilever arm available
- Self cleaning tempered glass solar panel covering
- The pole can be lowered to make maintenance easier
Golden River's MtPole overcomes this by providing a reliable way of providing a secure housing for the equipment as well as supplying sufficient power from its high power solar panel. The solar panel is mounted high up, and can be faced south to ensure optimal conditions.
The MtPole includes within the solar panel a GSM/GPRS aerial to allow improved signal coverage and data throughput. Attractively finished in matt olive green, it blends with the environment in city streets as well as it does in rural areas.
An optional 1.5 metre cantilever arm will allow additional sensors or cameras to be located closer to the line of traffic flow at difficult sites.
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