Self-supporting Tower Towers, Masts, and Poles Datasheets

Galvanized-Steel Instrument Tripod -- CM10
from Campbell Scientific, Inc.

The CM10 provides measurement heights up to 10 feet (3 meters) and support for attached sensors and mounts, solar panels, and environmental enclosures. The tripod legs are individually adjustable allowing adjustment of our wind set's measurement height, and tripod installation over uneven terrain. [See More]

  • Type: Self-supporting Towers; Guyed Tower (optional feature); Tripod
  • Maximum Height: 10
  • Application: Meteorology / Instrument / Sensor
  • Maximum Windspeed @ Windload: 120 mph Sustained Wind
Lightweight Guyed Tower -- 1200 TLWD
from Sabre Communications Corporation

Sabre's 12" face guyed tower is designed for light accessory loads. Featuring extra heavy tubular legs, flanged connections and serpentine bracing, the 1200 TLWD provides maximum strength and reliability. It is versatile enough to be used as a guyed, freestanding or wall-bracketed tower. Available... [See More]

  • Type: Self-supporting Towers; Guyed Tower; Mast / Extender; Roof Top Tower (optional feature)
  • Maximum Height: 250
  • Application: Communications / Antenna Support
  • Material: Steel
DMX Heavy Duty -- DMXHD-32
from TACO Communications Inc.

DMX towers are packaged complete with CBS concrete base stubs, DM mast, top plate, rotor plate, TMCA clamp assembly and all necessary hardware. Height includes mast. [See More]

  • Type: Self-supporting Towers; Guyed Tower (optional feature)
  • Maximum Height: 32
  • Application: Communications / Antenna Support; Navigation, aviation or land based traffic; Meteorology / Instrument / Sensor; Recreational; Off-Shore / Oil; Surveillance / Camera
  • Material: Steel