Trime adds new solar light tower to T-Zero range

By Belinda Smart22 February 2022

The X-Pole Solar Pro. (Photo: Trime).

Trime has introduced the X-Pole Solar Pro to its sustainable, fossil-fuel free T-Zero range; the new light tower is described as an upgrade on the original X-Pole Solar.

It features a single 40watt high luminous, energy saving LED lamp fitted to a 5.5metre mast that delivers an illuminated area of 400 sq.m.

Power to the 110Ah (Absorbent Glass Mat) AGM battery is via “a high efficiency and multi-directional” (in three positions) solar panel designed to be protected against most weather conditions. A battery level indicator is also included.

The X-Pole Solar Pro is fitted as standard with an automatic start-up PIR operation and dimmable lighting; it offers running times of 15 hours at 100% illumination and 58 hours in dimmed operation.

The complete unit has galvanised metal works of 80 μm, galvanised forklift pockets base for manoeuvrability from all sides, and a central lifting hook.

The X-Pole Solar Pro designed to provide zero emission lighting for “construction sites, outdoor events, car parks and anywhere else that needs energy saving, noise-free illumination,” Trime said. 

Optional features of the new light tower include a telemetry system for remote location and operational monitoring.

Trime UK is headquartered in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; its manufacturing plant is based near Milan, Italy.

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