Trípodes / CM106BE Tripod
CM106BE Tripod Trípode de 2-3m de hierro galvanizado
Adjustable, Rugged
Galvanized tubing is strong and corrosion-resistant
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Resumen

The CM106B is an adjustable tripod made of galvanized steel tubing. It is adjustable from 7 to 10 ft. Because the CM106B is made from tubing, it is lighter than our older tripods (CM6 and CM10), which are made with pipe. The CM106B is a general-purpose tripod designed for permanent or temporary installations. It can be used for mounting sensors, solar panels, antennas, and instrument enclosures.

The CM106B can ordered with an optional black powder-coated finish. This finish helps with reflections when using the CM106B to mount solar radiation sensors or other light-sensitive sensors.

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Ventajas y características

  • Estructura soporte para sensores meteorológicos, sensores hidrológicos, brazos de sensores, paneles solares, armarios intemperie
  • Portable instrument mount
  • Incluye varillas anti-descargas eléctricas, cables de conexión a tierra, mordazas para cable de tierra, picas de tierra, bridas resistentes UV
  • Los armarios se pueden montar tanto en la pata del trípode como en el mástil vertical

Imágenes

CM106B tripod
CM106B tripod
CM106B tripod
CM106B tripod in black powder-coated finish option
Tripod leg and leg clamp components
Components of the CM106B
Tripod mast and insert
Mast attachment to a tripod base
Guy collar, wire, and bracket
Leg attachment
Leg attachment
Staking the tripod feet
Tripod grounding
Ground lug and wire, and enclosure ground lug and wire
Lightning rod
CM106B tripod in black powder-coated finish option
Ships With items for the black powder-coated finish option for the CM106B

Descripción detallada

 The CM106BE is constructed with individually adjusted legs that allow installation over uneven terrain. Height of the mast is 2.1 m (7 ft), or 3 m (10 ft) with the mast extended.

The CM106BE includes lightning and grounding rods, grounding cables, UV resistant cable ties, and stakes for securing the tripod feet to the ground. An optional guy kit is recommended for sites that may experience high wind speeds. (See Allowable Wind Speeds in the Specifications.) Instrument enclosures can be purchased with mounting brackets that attach to either the mast or leg base.

The CM106BE can be used for a variety of applications. For meteorological stations, sensors are mounted to the tripod using mounting brackets appropriate for the model of sensor. For nonmeteorological applications, the tripod can be used to mount instrument enclosures, solar panels, junction boxes, or antennas.

Especificaciones

Vertical Load Limit 200 kg (440 lb)
Leveling Adjustment Slide collars on each leg adjust individually.
Maximum Slope Angle 45° or 100% grade
Measurement Height
  • 2.1 to 2.8 m (7 to 9.3 ft) with upper mast retracted
  • 3 to 3.7 m (10 to 12.3 ft) with upper mast extended
Leg Base 11.43 x 13.97 cm (4.5 x 5.5 in.) with four 1.58 cm (0.62 in.) holes for stakes
Collapsed Diameter 20.3 cm (8 in.)
Collapsed Length 1.83 m (6 ft)
Main Lower Mast Outer Diameter 48 mm (1.90 in.)
Retractable Upper Mast Outer Diameter 44 mm (1.74 in.)
Base Diameter 2.7 to 3.5 m (8.7 to 11.5 ft)
Weight 24.5 kg (54 lb) with mast

Maximum Allowable Sustained Wind

-NOTE- Allowable sustained wind and wind gust values assume the following:
  • Sensors (effective area = 1.4 ft2) at top of mast
  • Solar panel (10.5 in. x 16.5 in.) at mast base
  • Enclosure (14 in. x 16 in.) mounted to leg
  • Guy wires attached to mast at 3.8 ft above tripod body
  • Adequate ground anchors (stakes alone may not resist foot vertical pullout force)
Mast Extended
  • 28 m/s (62 mph) unguyed
  • 45 m/s (102 mph) guyed
Mast Retracted
  • 36 m/s (80 mph) unguyed
  • 55 m/s (122 mph) guyed

Maximum Allowable Wind Gust

-NOTE- Allowable sustained wind and wind gust values assume the following:
  • Sensors (effective area = 1.4 ft2) at top of mast
  • Solar panel (10.5 in. x 16.5 in.) at mast base
  • Enclosure (14 in. x 16 in.) mounted to leg
  • Guy wires attached to mast at 3.8 ft above tripod body
  • Adequate ground anchors (stakes alone may not resist foot vertical pullout force)
Mast Extended
  • 36 m/s (81 mph) unguyed
  • 59 m/s (132 mph) guyed
Mast Retracted
  • 46 m/s (104 mph) unguyed
  • 71 m/s (159 mph) guyed

Compatibilidad

Nota: lo siguiente muestra información de compatibilidad notable. No es una lista de todos los productos compatibles.

Equipos para montajes

Producto Compatible Nota
CM202
CM204
CM206

Información de compatibilidad adicional

Enclosure Brackets

Mast

The “-MM” mount option for our environmental enclosures is intended for mounting the enclosure to a tripod's mast. An enclosure ordered with this option will be shipped with a three-piece bracket mounted to the top of the enclosure and an identical three-piece bracket mounted to the bottom of the enclosure.

Leg Base

All of our standard enclosures (including the ENC16/18) can be mounted to the CM106's leg base. The "-LM" mount option for our environmental enclosures allows the enclosure to be attached to the leg base of the CM106. This option includes a metal flange, two brackets, and a 2.5" u-bolt. The brackets attach to the right and left side of the enclosure, and the flange attaches to the tripod near the mast. The flange fits into a notch in one of the brackets, and the other bracket connects to a tripod leg via the u-bolt.

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Preguntas frecuentes

Número de FAQs relacionadas con CM106BE Tripod: 3

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  1. Refer to the CM106B Tripod Instruction Manual, which offers a “Tools List” section, as well as a detailed “Tripod Installation” section. 

  2. With regard to height, these two mounting structures are similar:

    • The UT10 tower supports a 10 ft measurement height.
    • The CM106B tripod is adjustable from 7 to 10 ft.

    There are some notable differences:

    • The UT10 tower has a smaller footprint and is generally preferred when concrete (approximately 1 cubic yard) is available at the site. 
    • If a CM106B tripod is guyed and has its mast extended, the tripod’s maximum allowable sustained wind is 100 mph. In comparison, the UT10’s wind load recommendation is a maximum of 110 mph. 
  3. To provide additional support for the mast in areas that experience high wind speeds, order the optional guy kit for the CM106B (pn 29813). Refer to the Specifications information on the CM106B product page, which describes a guy kit’s effect on the “Maximum Allowable Sustained Wind” and the “Maximum Allowable Wind Gust” of a CM106B.

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