The CM6 is a galvanized-steel-pipe tripod that provides measurement heights up to 6 feet (2 meters) and support for attached sensors and mounts, solar panels, and environmental enclosures. The tripod legs are individually adjustable, allowing adjustment of our wind set's measurement height, and tripod installation over uneven terrain.Read More
Constructed out of corrosion-resistant galvanized-steel pipe, the CM6 provides measurement heights of up to 6 ft (2 m). This general-purpose instrument mount supports the attachment of sensors and mounts, solar panels, and environmental enclosures. Individually adjustable legs allow installation over uneven terrain. The CM6 includes lightning and grounding rods, grounding cables, grounding cable clamps, ground stakes, and UV-resistant cable ties.
If shipping weights/dimensions are a concern, a CM6 can also be constructed from a CM10K Tripod Kit.
The CM6 offers a stable instrument mount in relatively high winds (ratings below are for an unguyed CM6). The guy kit for the CM10 can be adapted for the CM6, but offers only a minimal increase in tolerance.
|Vertical Load Limit||45 kg (100 lb)|
|Mast||1.25 IPS (1.66 outer diameter)|
|Leveling Adjustment||Slide collars on each leg adjust individually.|
|Portability||Collapsible to 1.22-m length by 22.86-cm diameter. (4-ft length by 9-in. diameter)|
|Measurement Height||Up to 2 m (6 ft)|
|Leg Base||5.08 x 10.16 cm with 1.27-cm hole for ground stake (2 x 4 in. with 0.5-in. hole for ground stake)|
Wind Load Recommendation
|Sustained Wind Tolerance||160.93 kph (100 mph) unguyed|
|Gust Tolerance||209.2 kph (130 mph) unguyed|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
The “-MM” mount option for our environmental enclosures is intended for mounting the enclosure to a tripod's mast. An enclosure ordered with this option will be shipped with a three-piece bracket mounted to the top of the enclosure and an identical three-piece bracket mounted to the bottom of the enclosure.