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Atlas Copco QLTS Light Towers

Company’s QLTS light towers run on solar-powered batteries that are charged during the day and last through the night.

November 28, 2012

Company’s QLTS light towers run on solar-powered batteries that are charged during the day and last through the night.

They significantly reduce environmental impact, operate silently and have a very low life cycle cost because they don’t require fuel and have no engine or alternator to maintain, according to Atlas Copco. AGM batteries provide power to the LED lights, and with sufficient sunlight during the day, the towers can provide light for many night shifts without requiring a charge. The QLTS solar light towers are 100-percent noise-free, which is especially practical for operation in residential neighborhoods and security. Lights come standard with both manual and automatic photocell controlled on/off requiring no user input. LED lights turn on immediately.

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