Allmand‘s LSC100 Light Sequence Commander uses a photocell sensor to automatically turn the lights in any of the company’s portable light towers on at dusk and off after sunrise. This saves on engine wear and fuel and eliminates the labor of manually switching each tower on and off. You can also preset a digital timer on the LSC100 to allow up to eight activation/deactivation sequences a day. The sequencing on the LSC100 ensures the engine is started before the lights are turned on and shut down after the lights go off – preventing generator damage that would result if the unit is powered down under load.
Sensor automatically turns light towers on and off
Jan 30, 2005