Power for remote applications, communications

The Independent Smart Pole (ISP1/ISP2), depending on its configuration, will provide either 40 or 80 watt of continuous power 24/7.

There is enough redundancy built into the system to provide continuous power for three days without further solar or wind generation.

This is achieved by using a 400-watt wind turbine generator and two 360-watt photo-voltaic (PV) panels on the ISP1, and a 400-watt wind turbine generator and two 470-watt PV panels on the ISP2.

The units wind-solar hybrid successfully powers a range of highly efficient and functional application using its AGM/LiFePo4 battery technology, coupled with the controller’s smart power management techniques to satisfy consumer requirements.

The inbuilt software can conserve energy by controlling the load on/off times, and load power levels and can increase the power for periods as required. After the requirement is met, it returns to reduced standby power.

Smart pole’s benefits include remote flexible and efficient deployment capability; removing the requirement for grid connection and fibre network infrastructure in remote areas; fully standalone system with independent recording; remote monitoring and configuration of the units; and extensive intelligent video analytics capability.

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