Three electric “plug-and-light” LED light towers—HiLight P2+, V2+, and V3+—can be powered directly from an auxiliary power source, a portable generator, or the grid. The towers are designed for energy-efficiency, portability, safe transport, and durability.
The HiLight V2+ and V3+, engineered for construction and roadwork, are housed on a four-wheel trailer for ease of transport. Both compact models use a heavy-duty steel frame, stainless steel mast, and protective polyethylene bumpers. The HiLight V2+ provides a 320-watt LED light source, covering 21,528 square feet. The HiLight V3+, equipped with four 160-watt LED bulbs with specially designed directional glass optics, can illuminate an area of up to 32,292 square feet. Both the V2+ and V3+ have manually operated vertical masts that extend up to 18 feet. The towers are designed to withstand wind speeds to 51 mph.
Ideal for almost any application, says Atlas Copco, is the HiLight P2+, featuring the same lighting optic as the HiLight V2+. The floodlight provides 360-degree coverage across a 21,528-square-foot illumination area. The light source is contained in a weather-proof, cylindrical, polyethylene housing (with built-in cooling capacity to extend operating life) that does not require air pressure to operate. The HiLight P2+ assembly weighs 99 pounds and designed to withstand wind speeds to 32 mph. The manually elevated vertical mast provides a maximum operating height of 11 feet.
The LED lamps used with all three new models have a life expectancy of more than 30,000 hours and use a protective aluminum casting. When grid access is unavailable and a portable power supply is required, Atlas Copco recommends powering the new light towers with the company’s iP portable generators, which provide “variable-speed smart control” and paralleling capability.
Atlas Copco is now focused on three core product categories: air, power, and flow. The new light towers are included in the company’s power portfolio and join the V5+, V4, V4W and E3+ in the HiLight range.