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Larson Electronics Releases Mini Telscopic Light Mast

The LML-7-CU12-RB features a rotating boom that allows for 360 degrees of rotation, a removable mast head for storing mounted equipment when not in use, and a manual 1,000 lb. (453.6 kg) hand winch for elevation.

The LML-7-CU12-RB features a rotating boom that allows for 360 degrees of rotation, a removable mast head for storing mounted equipment when not in use, and a manual 1,000 lb. (453.6 kg) hand winch for elevation.

Larson Electronics has a 12 ft. (3.6 m) telescoping light mast with 360 degree rotating capabilities. The LML-7-CU12-RB is a mini-telescoping light mast that provides a safe and effective way for operators to quickly deploy lights, security cameras and other equipment to elevations of 12 ft.

The LML-7-CU12-RB features a rotating boom that allows for 360 degrees of rotation, a removable mast head for storing mounted equipment when not in use, and a manual 1,000 lb. (453.6 kg) hand winch for elevation.

This light boom can be extended to a height of 12 ft. for effective coverage and collapsed to 7 ft. (2 m). The mast is elevated from 7 to 12 ft. with a 1,000 lb. hand winch that is fitted with 3/16 in. (.5 cm) cable. The 360 degree rotation is provided by a single T-Handle. By loosening the T-Handle, operators can rotate the mast with ease in either direction. It can be locked into place once the desired position is found by tightening the T-Handle. The mast spins freely with ease and can be rotated with a single hand.

Larson Electronics' light towers are powder coated with a glossy finish for corrosion resistance and an aesthetic appearance. These light masts are typically mounted to trailers or other stable surfaces by a 15 by 13 in. (38 by 33 cm), ¼ in. (.6 cm) thick mounting baseplate, which has been predrilled to accept six ¾ in. (1.9 cm) anchor bolts. A 36 in. (91 cm) wide and ¼ in. thick mounting plate is attached to the upper section of the mast which provides a strong and stable platform for lights or equipment.


When lowered to 7 ft., the mast can withstand winds up to 125 mph (201 kmh). The light tower weighs approximately 150 lbs. (68 kg) and can easily support and lift 100 lbs. (45 kg) of weight.

“The LML-7-CU12-RB offers a fast and secure solution to elevate equipment up to 12 feet,” said Rob Bresnahan of Larsonelectronics.com. “We can custom tailor these units to the customer's requirements with longer sections and larger mounting plates if desired.”

Larson Electronics produces a full range of industrial and commercial lighting equipment, telescoping light towers, explosion proof lighting, and LED work lights.

For more information, call 800/369-6671 or visit www.Larsonelectronics.com.