Trípodes / CM110
CM110 Trípode de 3m, en acero inoxidable
Strong, Tilting Mast
Easy to set up and take down
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Resumen

The CM110 is a 10-foot instrumentation tripod that supports the attachment of sensors, mounts, solar panels, and environmental enclosures. Constructed from stainless steel, the CM110 is easier to transport to remote locations. The tripod can be deployed in uneven terrain and at varying heights. To facilitate sensor attachment, the tripod mast pivots at the leg junction.

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Ventajas y características

  • Robusto y ligero
  • La mayoría de las uniones se bloquean con pernos que son fáciles de insertar y quitar
  • Patas ajustables individualmente permiten la instalación en terreno irregular
  • Incluye kit de conexión a tierra

Imágenes

CM110
CM110
CM110
Tripod components
Tripod leg and slide collar components
Tripod mast and insert
Guy collar
Guy cinch and lever arm in open position
Guy cinch and lever arm in closed position
Staking the tripod feet
Lightning rod and clamp
Ground lug and ground wire
Ground lug, enclosure ground lug, and enclosure ground wire

Descripción detallada

The CM110 is used as a portable instrument mount in a variety of applications. For meteorological applications, tripods augmented with mounts support the attachment of sensors such as wind sets, pyranometers, and temperature/relative humidity probes. Barometers, soil temperature and moisture probes, and rain gages are also used with tripod-based weather stations. For non-meteorological applications, tripods can provide a portable instrument mount for enclosures and a mounting point for antennas.

UV-resistant cable ties, grounding kit, and six spikes for the tripod feet are included with the CM110.

Two duckbill anchor kits are offered for securing the guy wires (see Ordering Information). Duckbill anchors are not required to use the guy-wire kits. Without them, the guy wires are run from the mast to the feet of the tripod. Duckbill anchors are recommended for areas subjected to higher winds. They allow the guy wires to be anchored at points beyond the feet, thereby increasing the rating of the tripod for higher winds.

The stainless-steel version of the CM110 began shipping in March 2007. Previous versions were made of aluminum.

Especificaciones

Vertical Load Limit 45 kg (100 lb)
Mast Sections 1
Base Diameter 2 m (7 ft) with legs extended
Insert Outer Diameter 4.45 cm (1.75 in.)
Height 3.1 m (10.5 ft) with mast insert
Dimensions 15 x 15 x 145 cm (6 x 6 x 57 in.) of collapsed tripod
Shipping Weight 15 kg (34 lb)

Tote Bag

Diameter 20 cm (8 in.)
Length 152 cm (60 in.)

Wind Load Recommendation

Sustained Wind
  • 120.7 kph (75 mph) unguyed
  • 128.7 kph (80 mph) guyed at feet
Gust Tolerance
  • 152.9 kph (95 mph) unguyed
  • 160.9 kph (100 mph) guyed at feet

Mast

Outer Diameter 4.8 cm (1.9 in.)
Pipe Size 3.81 cm (1.5 in.) IPS
Length
  • 1.4 m (4.6 ft) without insert
  • 2.6 m (8.6 ft) with insert

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

Enclosures

The ENC16/18 cannot be mounted to the CM110's leg base, as the enclosure is too large for the space. 

Enclosure Brackets

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.

The "-LM" mount option for our environmental enclosures allows the enclosure to be attached to the leg base of the CM110. This option includes a metal flange, two brackets, and a 2.5 in. 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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