MAST

NexSens MAST Aluminum Mounting Pole

NexSens MAST Aluminum Mounting Pole

Description

The MAST is a 2" NPT aluminum pipe assembly designed for mounting an iSIC data logger, solar panel, and antenna for quick deployment.

Features

  • Accommodates data logger, solar panel, and antenna
  • Aluminum construction withstands harsh environmental conditions
  • 2" NPT male threads on both ends of pole with top cap & bottom coupling
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The NexSens MAST is designed for quick deployment of remote data logging and telemetry systems. The iSIC data logger, solar panel, and communication antenna can all be mounted to the MAST prior to deployment. By pre-assembling the components, the system can be quickly deployed in the field. Installation is as easy as threading the MAST onto a pre-installed 2" pole via the included 2" NPT female coupling.
What's Included:
  • (1) 2" NPT Aluminum pole, 24" length
  • (1) 2" NPT Gray PVC pipe cap
  • (1) 2" NPT Aluminum pipe coupling, 2-9/16" length
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