Atlas Copco's Power and Flow latest light tower uses solar radiation as an energy source, providing silent and cleaner operations for many applications.
HiLight S2+ uses solar radiation as an energy source, providing silent and cleaner operations. The light tower is robust, easy to transport, and comes ready to use. The lights can be easily manoeuvred into place and solar panels set up; they are simply pulled out from the canopy and their position can be adjusted to best align with the sun’s position to achieve maximum solar yield. Batteries can be recharged with solar energy in eight hours
The HiLight S2+ is a next generation lighting system featuring 4x90W LED floodlights to deliver 2,000 m2 light coverage. The lights have a dimming function to prevent light and energy from being wasted unnecessarily, which further increases autonomy.
The new solar light tower provides autonomous operation where solar yield is greater than energy demand. And it provides light all year round. In cases where energy demand is higher than solar yield, for example during winter months, the tower can also be charged with Atlas Copco’s ZenergiZe energy storage system or any external power grid, achieving a total green and clean solution. Batteries can be recharged with external power source in just three hours.
Control panel has an external door , delivering a great benefit for users as canopy doesn’t need to be opened to set start/stop and set up different parameters The control panel includes an advanced controller with automatic start and stop and photocell and timer.
The HiLight S2+ light tower has also been designed with minimal maintenance and serviceability needs in mind to reduce downtime. The tower delivers high efficiency coupled with low service cost, which enables customers to realise operational cost savings and achieve a quick return on investment.