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HARNESS THE SUN IN 2021!
Say Goodbye to Diesel and Hello to Near Zero Operating Costs
How does a Solar Powered Light Tower outperform Diesel? The PV (Photovoltaic) panel cells offer advanced, boosted cell conversion efficiencies. They store more energy than ever before, which means they can efficiently deliver crisp, white LED lights that remain consistently bright dusk to dawn.
You won’t need diesel fuel, so operating costs are near zero. Just change the battery every 3 to 5 years.
You can keep your job site extra safe with surveillance cameras attached right to the tower, then watch them from anywhere with remote DVR playback.
A win-win for your company: Low cost of operation, a safe and secure job site, and environmentally friendly. Green is good for your brand! Explore the benefits of using solar light towers from Geneva Equipment. We’d love to help you harness the sun to provide a lighting solution that’s right for your needs.
TRAVELS EASILY BY HOOKING UP TO A HITCH ON THE BACK OF A TRUCK
Why is this product better than the diesel powered tower I use now?
There is no downtime, no fuel costs, no emissions, no maintenance, and no monthly cost.
How long do the batteries last?
Normal operations life expectancy is 3 to 5 years.
How durable are the solar panels?
They are covered with a safety glass and can withstand winds up to 80mph.
Are there plugs on the unit?
Yes. You can plug heavy power tools into the tower and use as an additional work station with no loss of power.
Can the lights face opposite directions?
Yes, they are multidirectional.
How long do the lights take to charge?
Rain or shine, they will charge in about 4 hours.
After the lights are charged, how long will they last?
At least two full nights, even without sunlight.
I see there are tires on the unit, I assume to move it from place to place. How does it work?
The unit travels easily by hooking up to a ball hitch on the back of a truck.