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PRELIMINARY DESIGN REPORT FOR

12M CCTV POLE


WITH SOLAR PANEL

-: PROJECT:-

EASTERN PERIPHERAL HIGHWAY

-: DESCRIPTION:-

DESIGN, MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY OF GANTRY STRUCTURE

(SQ108199)

-: CUSTOMER:-
VAAAN INFRA PVT. LTD.

-: END CLIENT :-
NHAI

Prepared By Checked By Approved By

(AKSHAY RAUT) (Vishal Pawar) (DAYANAND K)

VALMONT STRUCTURES PVT. LTD.


UNIT 203, 2nd FLOOR, PENTAGON 4, MAGARPATTA CITY, HADAPASAR, PUNE – 411 028
INDEX
1. DESIGN CRITERIA

2. ANALYSIS & DESIGN

3. ASSUMPTIONS, DISCLAIMERS AND NOTES

4. DESIGN DRAWING

5. ANNEXURE

5.1 CCTV DETAILS – SD9366


5.2 SOLAR PANEL DETAILS – MS – 265/24
5.3 M-1 SPECIFICATION
5.4 W-23 SPECIFICATION
5.5 I001 - GENERAL INFORMATION

Rev. Date Doc. No. Description Prep by Chkd by


0 04.06.2019 SQ108199 Preliminary Design Report ASR5 VJP
12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

Section 1

DESIGN CRITERIA

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

DESIGN CRITERIA & ANALYSIS RESULTS


1. WIND DETAILS (As per IS:875 (Part3) -2015) :
a) Basic Wind Speed (3-Sec) 47 m/sec
b) *Mean Probable Design Life of Structure 25 Years
c) Terrain Category 2
d) Topographic Category 1 (Flat)
*Client’s specific requirement.

2. LOAD COMBINATIONS :
a) For Strength 1.5 D.L. + 1.5 W.L.
b) For Service 1.0 D.L. + 1.0 W.L.

3. SERVICEABILITY REQUIREMENT :
a) Deflection (in mm) 25 times the nominal height (in m) of the
CCTV Equipment
-(as per cl. no. 2.3.2.3 of PLG 07)
b) Rotation (in degree) 0.111 times the nominal height (in m) of the
CCTV Equipment
-(as per cl. no. 2.3.2.3 of PLG 07)

4. EQUIPMENT / LOADING DETAILS :


a) For 12m CCTV Pole with Solar Panel
CCTV Camera (SD9366) : Qty. 1 Nos., Size 236.45 x 364.2, Weight 7.1 Kg.
Solar Panel : Qty. 4 Nos., Size 1645mm(H)x985mm(W)x35mm(D), Weight 17.3 Kg.

5. REFERENCES :
• Analysis Using STAAD Pro V8i software
• Design of Pole ASCE 48-11/ AASHTO 2015
• Design of Frame IS 800 : 2007 General Construction in steel – Code of
Practice
B. MATERIAL :
• Pole Shaft / Base Plate / Flange Plate / Template / Anchor Plate
ASTM A572-50 or Equivalent
• Pipes As per Yst 240
• All Other (Plate / Flat) E250 As per IS 2062 : 2011

C. GALVANIZING :
• Structure ASTM A123 / IS:4759 / BSEN ISO 1461
• Fasteners ASTM A153 / IS:4759 / BSEN ISO 1461

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

D. REFERENCES :
• IS 875 (Part 3) : 2015 Design Loads (Other than Earthquake) for Building &
Structures – Code of Practice
• IS 800 : 2007 General Construction in Steel – Code of Practice
• AASHTO – 2015 LFRD Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway
Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals
• ASCE/SEC 48-11 Design of Steel Transmission Pole Structure
• PLG-07 Professional Lighting Guide 07 (High Masts for Lighting &
CCTV) (2013 edition)
• NHAI Guidelines The concrete pedestal for support column should be
flushed with ground but in no case should protrude for more
than 150 mm. (2013 Edition)

6. ANALYSIS RESULTS

Description Stress(%) References


Type of Pole Remarks
Sections FOS Page No.

Pole Section 53.95 Pass 14


12m CCTV Pole
Base Plate 63.00 Pass 17

7. SERVICIABILITY CHECK

a) Deflection (in mm) at CCTV Mounting Height

CCTV
Actual Allowable
Mounting References
Type of Pole Deflection deflection Remarks
Height Page No.
in (mm) in (mm)
(mm)

12m CCTV Pole 11800 185.07 295 O.K. 07

*Deflection as per cl. no. 2.3.2.3 of PLG 07

a) Rotation (in degree) at CCTV Mounting Height

CCTV
Actual Allowable
Mounting References
Type of pole Deflection deflection Remarks
Height Page No.
in (degree) in (degree)
(mm)

12m CCTV Pole 11800 1.266 1.310 O.K. 07

*Deflection as per cl. no. 2.3.2.3 of PLG 07

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Prepared By : Akshay R.
Wind Pressure & Load Calculations Date : 04-Jun-19
Mast Parameters:
Total Height of the Structure (H) 12.0 m
Top Dimension (D) 0.190 m
Base Dimension (D) 0.310 m
Shape of the Structure Circular
Mean Probable Design Life of Structure 25 Years
Wind Zone 4
Basic Wind Speed (Vb) 47 m/sec
Probability Factor or Risk Co-efficient (k1) 0.90
Topography factor (k3) 1.00
Importance factor (k4) 1.00
Discrete Load Calculations:
Mean Desgin Wind Design Wind Gust Effect
(EPA)A Weight K2 from Shear Force @
# Description 2 Height (Z) Speed (Vz) in Pressure (Pz) Factor
in m (N) Table 2 Z (N)
in m m/sec in N/m2 (Gh)
2 Solar Panel with Mounting Arrangement 1.37 1320 7.348 1.000 42.300 1073.574 1.0 1470.31
2 Solar Panel with Mounting Arrangement 1.37 1320 9.648 1.000 42.300 1073.574 1.0 1470.31
1 Dome Camera 0.07 70 11.800 Shielded
Total 2940.61
1. Terrain Category - 2

Design Reaction Calculations for the Pole Shaft:


Mean Ht. Design
Desgin
Top Elevation (Z) of the Wind Height /
Section # K2 from Wind Projected Area Force Shear force @
of the Section Top Diameter in mm Section Pressure 2 Diameter (H/D)
from Top Table 2 Speed (Vz) (P ) in (Ap) in m Coefficient Z (N)
in m from Base z Ratio
in m/sec
in m N/m2
1 12.000 190.00 8.864 1.0000 42.300 1073.574 1.3200 >20 0.60 850.27
2 6.000 250.00 2.893 1.0000 42.300 1073.574 1.6800 >20 0.60 1082.16
Base 0.000 310.00 Total: 1932.43

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INPUT FILE: Z:\Projects\12_Traffice Structures\Quotations\2019\VaaaN Infra Pvt. Ltd\01_Eastern Periphe.. .STD
2. START JOB INFORMATION
3. JOB NAME 12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL
4. JOB CLIENT VAAAN INFRA PVT. LTD.
5. JOB NO SQ108199
6. ENGINEER NAME AKSHAY RAUT
7. CHECKER NAME VISHAL PAWAR
8. APPROVED NAME DAYANAND KUNA
9. ENGINEER DATE 04-06-2019
10. CHECKER DATE 04-06-2019
11. APPROVED DATE 04-06-2019
12. END JOB INFORMATION
13. INPUT WIDTH 79
14. UNIT METER KN
15. JOINT COORDINATES
16. 1 0 0 0; 2 0 2.88 0; 3 0 7.348 0; 4 0 8.842 0; 5 0 9.648 0; 6 0 11.8 0
17. 7 0 12 0
18. MEMBER INCIDENCES
19. 1 1 2; 2 2 3; 3 3 4; 4 4 5; 5 5 6; 6 6 7
20. DEFINE MATERIAL START
21. ISOTROPIC STEEL
22. E 2.05E+008
23. POISSON 0.3
24. DENSITY 76.8195
25. ALPHA 1.2E-005
26. DAMP 0.03
27. TYPE STEEL
28. STRENGTH FY 253200 FU 407800 RY 1.5 RT 1.2
29. END DEFINE MATERIAL
30. MEMBER PROPERTY AMERICAN
31. 1 PRIS ROUND STA 0.31 END 0.281 THI 0.004
32. 2 PRIS ROUND STA 0.281 END 0.237 THI 0.004
33. 3 PRIS ROUND STA 0.237 END 0.222 THI 0.004
34. 4 PRIS ROUND STA 0.222 END 0.214 THI 0.004
35. 5 PRIS ROUND STA 0.214 END 0.192 THI 0.004
36. 6 PRIS ROUND STA 0.192 END 0.19 THI 0.004
37. CONSTANTS
38. MATERIAL STEEL ALL

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39. SUPPORTS
40. 1 FIXED
41. LOAD 1 LOADTYPE DEAD TITLE SELF WEIGHT
42. SELFWEIGHT Y -1
43. LOAD 2 LOADTYPE DEAD TITLE AXIAL LOAD
44. JOINT LOAD
45. *WEIGHT OF SOLAR PANEL
46. 3 5 FY -1.32
47. *WEIGHT OF CCTV
48. 6 FY -0.07
49. LOAD 3 LOADTYPE WIND TITLE WIND LOAD
50. JOINT LOAD
51. *WIND ON POLE SHAFT
52. 2 FZ -1.082
53. 4 FZ -0.85
54. *WIND ON SOLAR PANEL
55. 3 5 FZ -1.47
56. LOAD COMB 4 LC 1 - 1.5 (D.L. + W.L.)
57. 1 1.5 2 1.5 3 1.5
58. LOAD COMB 5 LC 2 - 1.0 (D.L. + W.L.)
59. 1 1.0 2 1.0 3 1.0
60. PERFORM ANALYSIS

P R O B L E M S T A T I S T I C S
-----------------------------------

NUMBER OF JOINTS 7 NUMBER OF MEMBERS 6


NUMBER OF PLATES 0 NUMBER OF SOLIDS 0
NUMBER OF SURFACES 0 NUMBER OF SUPPORTS 1

Using 64-bit analysis engine.

SOLVER USED IS THE OUT-OF-CORE BASIC SOLVER

ORIGINAL/FINAL BAND-WIDTH= 1/ 1/ 12 DOF


TOTAL PRIMARY LOAD CASES = 3, TOTAL DEGREES OF FREEDOM = 36
TOTAL LOAD COMBINATION CASES = 2 SO FAR.
SIZE OF STIFFNESS MATRIX = 1 DOUBLE KILO-WORDS
REQRD/AVAIL. DISK SPACE = 12.0/ 1419.3 MB

61. PRINT ANALYSIS RESULTS

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JOINT DISPLACEMENT (CM RADIANS) STRUCTURE TYPE = SPACE


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JOINT LOAD X-TRANS Y-TRANS Z-TRANS X-ROTAN Y-ROTAN Z-ROTAN

1 1 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000


2 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 1 0.0000 -0.0009 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0010 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -1.5239 -0.0102 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0030 -2.2858 -0.0154 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0020 -1.5239 -0.0102 0.0000 0.0000
3 1 0.0000 -0.0019 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0029 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -8.7746 -0.0208 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0072 -13.1619 -0.0312 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0048 -8.7746 -0.0208 0.0000 0.0000
4 1 0.0000 -0.0021 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0032 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -11.9793 -0.0219 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0081 -17.9690 -0.0329 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0054 -11.9793 -0.0219 0.0000 0.0000
5 1 0.0000 -0.0022 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0034 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -13.7550 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0085 -20.6325 -0.0331 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0057 -13.7550 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000
6 1 0.0000 -0.0023 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0035 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -18.5069 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0087 -27.7603 -0.0331 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0058 -18.5069 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000
7 1 0.0000 -0.0023 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
2 0.0000 -0.0035 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
3 0.0000 0.0000 -18.9485 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000
4 0.0000 -0.0087 -28.4227 -0.0331 0.0000 0.0000
5 0.0000 -0.0058 -18.9485 -0.0221 0.0000 0.0000

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SUPPORT REACTIONS -UNIT KN METE STRUCTURE TYPE = SPACE


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JOINT LOAD FORCE-X FORCE-Y FORCE-Z MOM-X MOM-Y MOM Z

1 1 0.00 2.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


2 0.00 2.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 0.00 0.00 4.87 35.62 0.00 0.00
4 0.00 8.34 7.31 53.42 0.00 0.00
5 0.00 5.56 4.87 35.62 0.00 0.00

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MEMBER END FORCES STRUCTURE TYPE = SPACE


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ALL UNITS ARE -- KN METE (LOCAL )

MEMBER LOAD JT AXIAL SHEAR-Y SHEAR-Z TORSION MOM-Y MOM-Z

1 1 1 2.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


2 -2.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 1 2.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 -2.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 1 0.00 0.00 4.87 0.00 -35.62 0.00
2 0.00 0.00 -4.87 0.00 21.58 0.00
4 1 8.34 0.00 7.31 0.00 -53.42 0.00
2 -7.13 0.00 -7.31 0.00 32.38 0.00
5 1 5.56 0.00 4.87 0.00 -35.62 0.00
2 -4.75 0.00 -4.87 0.00 21.58 0.00

2 1 2 2.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


3 -0.94 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 2 2.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 -2.71 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 2 0.00 0.00 3.79 0.00 -21.58 0.00
3 0.00 0.00 -3.79 0.00 4.65 0.00
4 2 7.13 0.00 5.68 0.00 -32.38 0.00
3 -5.48 0.00 -5.68 0.00 6.98 0.00
5 2 4.75 0.00 3.79 0.00 -21.58 0.00
3 -3.65 0.00 -3.79 0.00 4.65 0.00

3 1 3 0.94 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


4 -0.62 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 3 1.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
4 -1.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 3 0.00 0.00 2.32 0.00 -4.65 0.00
4 0.00 0.00 -2.32 0.00 1.18 0.00
4 3 3.50 0.00 3.48 0.00 -6.98 0.00
4 -3.01 0.00 -3.48 0.00 1.78 0.00
5 3 2.33 0.00 2.32 0.00 -4.65 0.00
4 -2.01 0.00 -2.32 0.00 1.18 0.00

4 1 4 0.62 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


5 -0.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 4 1.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
5 -1.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 4 0.00 0.00 1.47 0.00 -1.18 0.00
5 0.00 0.00 -1.47 0.00 -0.00 0.00
4 4 3.01 0.00 2.20 0.00 -1.78 0.00
5 -2.76 0.00 -2.20 0.00 -0.00 0.00
5 4 2.01 0.00 1.47 0.00 -1.18 0.00
5 -1.84 0.00 -1.47 0.00 -0.00 0.00

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MEMBER END FORCES STRUCTURE TYPE = SPACE


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ALL UNITS ARE -- KN METE (LOCAL )

MEMBER LOAD JT AXIAL SHEAR-Y SHEAR-Z TORSION MOM-Y MOM-Z

5 1 5 0.45 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


6 -0.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 5 0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
6 -0.07 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 5 0.00 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
6 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.00 0.00
4 5 0.78 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
6 -0.16 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.00 0.00
5 5 0.52 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
6 -0.11 0.00 0.00 0.00 -0.00 0.00

6 1 6 0.04 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00


7 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
2 6 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
7 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
3 6 0.00 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
7 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
4 6 0.05 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
7 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
5 6 0.04 0.00 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
7 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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62. FINISH

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Prepared By: Vishal Pawar
DESIGN CALCULATIONS Approved By:
SQ108199 Date: 04-06-2019
Customer VaaaN Infra Pvt. Ltd.

Total Height of the Structure (H) 12000 mm


Yield Stress of Steel (Fy) 345 N/mm2
Vertical Section Top Diameter (Dvt) 190 mm
Vertical Section Bottom Diameter (Dvb) 310 mm
Vertical Section Thickness (t) 4 mm
Shape of the Vertical Structure 20 sided
Bending radius 0 mm
Fa 345 N/mm2

P Shear X in
Sr. no Description Mx in Nmm My in Nmm T in Nmm Shear Y in N V in N
in N N
1 Section top 0 0 0 40 0 0 0
2 Section Bottom 0 53420000 0 8340 7310 0 7310

Ix & Iy in Cx Cy
Sr. no Description A in mm2 4 Q/It C/J D/t
mm in mm in mm
1 Section top 2336 10115594 95 95 0.00086 4.70213E-06 47.5
2 Section Bottom 3843 45041912 155 155 0.00052 1.72297E-06 77.5

Mx*Cy/Ix My*Cx/Iy P/A VQ/It TC/J Shear stress Bending stress Combine Stress
Sr. no Description in mpa in mpa in mpa in % in % in %

1 Section top 0.000 0.000 0.017 0.000 0.000 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
2 Section Bottom 0.000 183.831 2.170 3.804 0.000 0.95% 53.28% 53.95%

Reference :
1. ASCE/SEI 48 -11 Design of Steel Transmission Pole Structures.

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Valley, NE 68064

ANALYSIS OF BOLTS & PLATE

Program: BPL (ver 2.01a) Tue Jun 4 10:34:04 2019


Input Units: Metric (S.I.)
Output Units: Metric (S.I.)
Angles: Degrees

Specification: Valmont Standard

Fx 0 (N) Mx 53420 (N-m)


Fy 7310 (N) My 0 (N-m)
Fz 8340 (N) Mz 0 (N-m)

Pole Diameter 310 (mm)


Pole Sides 0

Bolt Diameter 20 (mm)


Bolt Length 1200 (mm)
Bolt Yield Strength 480 (MPa)

Plate X-Length 450 (mm)


Plate Y-Length 450 (mm)
Plate Thickness 25 (mm)
Plate Yield Strength 345 (MPa)
Attachment Angle 0 (deg)

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Plate Loads
Plate Bend Line Section Moment Moment Calculated Calculated
Angle Length Modulus Arm 1 Arm 2 Moment Stress
(deg) (mm) (mm^3) (mm) (mm) (N-m) (MPa)
0 450 46875 84.067 59.341 5356 114
2.5 450.429 46919.66 86.633 53.739 5375 115
5 451.719 47054.05 88.74 47.74 5363 114
7.5 453.883 47279.48 90.383 41.355 5321 113
10 456.942 47598.12 91.558 4.09 5459 115
12.5 460.926 48013.1 92.264 12.209 5776 120
15 465.874 48528.57 92.5 20.009 6046 125
17.5 443.69 46217.73 92.264 27.476 6268 136
20 415.022 43231.42 91.558 34.596 6443 149
22.5 393.085 40946.39 90.383 41.355 6654 163
25 375.979 39164.49 88.74 47.74 6903 176
27.5 362.499 37760.3 86.633 53.739 7108 188
30 351.85 36651.09 84.067 59.341 7270 198
32.5 343.494 35780.59 81.045 64.535 7387 206
35 337.055 35109.86 77.574 69.311 7461 213
37.5 332.274 34611.83 73.66 73.66 7491 216
40 328.972 34267.94 69.311 77.574 7476 218
42.5 327.035 34066.13 64.535 81.045 7417 218
45 326.396 33999.59 59.341 84.067 7314 215
47.5 327.035 34066.13 53.739 86.633 7167 210
50 328.972 34267.94 47.74 88.74 6977 204
52.5 332.274 34611.83 41.355 90.383 6743 195
55 337.055 35109.86 34.596 91.558 6563 187
57.5 343.494 35780.59 27.476 92.264 6438 180
60 351.85 36651.09 20.009 92.5 6263 171
62.5 362.499 37760.31 12.209 92.264 6039 160
65 375.979 39164.49 4.09 91.558 5767 147
67.5 393.085 40946.39 90.383 41.355 5663 138
70 415.022 43231.42 88.74 47.74 5731 133
72.5 443.69 46217.73 86.633 53.739 5765 125
75 465.874 48528.57 84.067 59.341 5765 119
77.5 460.926 48013.1 81.045 64.535 5733 119
80 456.942 47598.12 77.574 69.311 5667 119
82.5 453.883 47279.48 73.66 73.66 5568 118
85 451.719 47054.05 69.311 77.574 5437 116
87.5 450.429 46919.66 64.535 81.045 5272 112
90 450 46875 59.341 84.067 5076 108

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Plate Summary

Critical Wind Angle 40 (deg)


Maximum Stress Angle 40 (deg)
Failure Line Length 328.972 (mm)
Plate Section Modulus 34267.94 (mm^3)
Moment Arm 1 69.311 (mm)
Moment Arm 2 77.574 (mm)
Moment About Failure Line 7476 (N-m)
Plate Bending Stress 218 (MPa)
Allowable Bending Stress 345 (MPa)
Combined Stress Ratio 0.63

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

Section 3

ASSUMPTIONS, DISCLAIMERS AND NOTES

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

1. The accuracy of loads listed in this report is the responsibility of VaaaN Infra Pvt. Ltd. If the existing
or proposed load cases are different than those analyzed, this report should be considered obsolete
and further analysis will be required.

2. Capacity of the structural members is based on theoretical values.

3. It is the responsibility of the client and/or the pole owner to ensure no un-documented equipment is
installed on the pole. If additional equipment is installed on the pole this report should be considered
obsolete and further analysis will be required.

4. This analysis assumes that the pole structural components, including all steel sections and attachment
hardware, are in good working order and in their original state, free of rust or other forms of
corrosion. Furthermore, it is assumed that the pole and the pole foundation have been properly
maintained and monitored since the time of construction. This report should be considered obsolete
and further analysis will be required if the pole and/or foundation does not meet all of the above
specifications.

5. The pole and frame was analyzed using the STAAD Pro computer program Connect Edition. The
loading criteria were developed from IS 875 (Part 3) : 2015. Pole was design using “AASHTO
2015/ASCE 48-11”. A basic wind speed of 47 m/sec, 3sec gust, is required for this site located in
Delhi , India.

6. This analysis was performed under the assumption that all information provided to Valmont
Structures Pvt. Ltd. is current and correct. If it is not, this report should be considered obsolete and
further analysis will be required.

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

Section 4

DESIGN DRAWING

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12M CCTV POLE WITH SOLAR PANEL

Section 6

ANNEXURE

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SD9366-EH
SD9366-EHL
Speed Dome Network Camera

1080p 60 fps • 30x Zoom • 150M/250M IR • Smart IR II •


IP66 • IK10 • NEMA 4X • -50°C ~ 55°C • Wiper

The SD9366-EH/EHL is the latest professional speed dome camera illuminators, Vari-Angle IR, WDR, and 30x optical zoom, the
with wiper from VIVOTEK, specifically designed to enhance SD9366-EH/EHL is able to capture fine details at top-notch quality,
low light surveillance in large coverage areas. Equipped with 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
250M/150M IR illuminators and a 30x optical zoom lens, the
SD9366-EH/EHL provides a superb low light image in the most
challenging situations. The camera also adopts VIVOTEK's latest VIVOTEK further strengthened the camera performance with
Smart IR II technology, Vari-Angle IR. VIVOTEK's Vari-Angle IR an IP66- and NEMA 4X-rated housing to protect the camera
provides smooth vari-angle adjustment of the IR illuminators, against rain, dust, and corrosion. The SD9366-EH/EHL has a wide
allowing broad coverage FOV and highly uniform IR intensity operating temperature range from -50°C to 55°C, ensuring
while avoiding hot-spots traditionally associated with IR continuous operation under the most ex treme weather
illumination. conditions and hazardous environments. This makes the SD9366-
EH/EHL ideally suited to monitor wide open spaces such as ports,
highways, cities, and parking lots where high-level precision is
The SD9366-EH/EHL is the PTZ sur veillance camera with IR required.
Illumination to utilize H.265 compression technology. When
combined with VIVOTEK's Smart Stream II technology users can
obtain bandwidth savings of up to 80%* compared to traditional * Depending on scene.
H.264. By combining 1080p full HD resolution with H.265, IR

Key Features
• Real-time H.265, H.264 and MJPEG Compression (Triple Codec)
• 60 fps @ 1080p Full HD
• 30x Zoom Lens
• 150M/250M IR with Smart IR II (Vari-Angle IR)
• WDR Pro for Unparalleled Visibility in High Contrast
Environments
• Weather-proof IP66, Vandal-proof IK10 and NEMA 4X-rated
Housing
Without Vari-Angle IR
• -50°C ~ 55°C Wide Temperature Range for Extreme Weather
Conditions (AC 24V/ PoH)
• Smart Stream II to Optimize Bandwidth Efficiency
• EIS
• Easy Cleaning with Built-in Wiper

With Vari-Angle IR

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Technical Specifications

SD9366-EH(with Bracket, IO Cable): H.265 & H.264: 60 fps @ 1920x1080


Maximum Frame Rate
30x, 250M IR MJPEG: 30 fps @ 1920x1080
SD9366-EH(without Bracket, IO Cable):
30x, 250M IR Maximum Streams 4 simultaneous streams
Model
SD9366-EHL(with Bracket, IO Cable):
30x, 150M IR SD9366-EH: 62 dB
SD9366-EHL(without Bracket, IO Cable): S/N Ratio
SD9366-EHL: 54 dB
30x, 150M IR
SD9366-EH: 120 dB
System Information Dynamic Range
SD9366-EHL: 110 dB

CPU Multimedia SoC (System-on-Chip) Adjustable resolution, quality and bitrate


Video Streaming
Smart Stream II
Flash 128MB
Adjustable image size, quality and bit
RAM 512MB rate; Time stamp, text overlay, flip &
mirror; Configurable brightness, contrast,
Camera Features saturation, sharpness, white balance,
Image Settings
exposure control, gain, backlight
SD9366-EH: 1/2.8" Progressive CMOS compensation, privacy masks (Up to 24);
Image Sensor Scheduled profile settings, defog, 3DNR,
SD9366-EHL: 1/3" Progressive CMOS
EIS, HLC
Max. Resolution 1920x1080
Audio
Lens Type 30x Optical Zoom, Auto Focus
Audio Capability Two-way Audio
Focal Length f = 4.3~129 mm (30x zoom)
Compression G.711, G.726
Aperture F1.6 ~ F4.7
External microphone input
Interface
Iris type DC-Iris External line output

2.3° ~ 64° (Horizontal) Network


Field of View 1.3° ~ 36° (Vertical)
2.6° ~ 73° (Diagonal) Users Live viewing for up to 10 clients

SD9366-EH: 1 sec. to 1/10,000 sec. IPv4, IPv6, TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, UPnP, RTSP/
Shutter Time RTP/RTCP, IGMP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, NTP, DNS,
SD9366-EHL: 1/8 sec. to 1/30,000 sec. Protocols
DDNS, PPPoE, CoS, QoS, SNMP, 802.1X, UDP,
WDR Technology WDR Pro ICMP, ARP, TLS, NTCIP

Day/Night Yes 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX Ethernet (RJ-45)


*It is highly recommended to use standard
Interface
CAT5e & CAT6 cables which are compliant
Removable IR-cut filter Yes
with the 3P/ETL standard.
SD9366-EH: Built-in IR Illuminators up to 250
Supported, specification available at www.
meters with Smart IR II, IR LED*2 ONVIF
IR Illuminators onvif.org
SD9366-EHL: Built-in IR Illuminators up to 150
meters with Smart IR II, IR LED*2
Intelligent Video
SD9366-EH:
0.07 Lux @ F1.6 (Color) Video Motion Detection Five-window video motion detection
0.01 Lux @ F1.6 (B/W)
0 Lux with IR illumination on Auto-Tracking Auto-tracking on moving object
Minimum Illumination
SD9366-EHL:
0.42 Lux @ F1.6 (Color) Alarm and Event
0.01 Lux @ F1.6 (B/W)
0 Lux with IR illumination on Motion detection,manual trigger, digital
Alarm Triggers input, periodical trigger, system boot,
Pan Speed 0.1° ~ 300° / sec recording notification, audio detection

Pan Range 360° endless Event notification using digital output, HTTP,
SMTP, FTP, NAS server and Micro SD card
Tilt Speed 0.1° ~ 300° / sec Alarm Events
File upload via HTTP, SMTP, FTP, NAS server
and Micro SD card
Tilt Range 220° (-110° ~ +110°)
General
256 preset locations
Preset Locations
128 presets per tour RJ-45 cable connector for Network 10/100
Mbps PoE connection*1
SD9366-EH: Audio input*1
48x digital zoom (4x on IE plug-in, 12xbuilt- Audio output*1
Pan/Tilt/Zoom in), Auto pan mode, Auto patrol mode Connectors AC/DC 24V power input*1
Functionalities SD9366-EHL: Digital input*4
128x digital zoom (4x on IE plug-in, 32x built- Digital output*2
in), Auto pan mode, Auto patrol mode RS-485 for PTZ control (PelcoD protocol,
Baud rate 2400)*1
Slot type: Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot
On-board Storage
Seamless Recording LED Indicator System power and status indicator

Video Power Input


PoH/PoE (95W)
AC/DC 24V
Compression H265, H264, MJPEG

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Technical Specifications

PoH/PoE (95W): Included Accessories


Max. 70 W (Heater on)
Max. 51 W (Heater off) User's manual, quick installation guide,
Power Consumption CD
AC/DC 24V: Shepherd, VAST
Max. 63 W (Heater on)
Max. 45 W (Heater off) Wall mount bracket*, I/O cable*, screws,
waterproof connectors, terminal blocks,
Dimensions 236.45 x 364.2 mm quick installation guide, warranty card,
Others alignment sticker, ground wire, T25
7.1 kg (with bracket) stardriver, software CD, desiccant bags
Weight
5.7 kg (without bracket) *: Standard package for SD9366-EH/
EHL(with Bracket, IO Cable).
Casing IP66, IK10, NEMA 4X
Dimensions
Safety Certifications CE, FCC Class A, VCCI, C-Tick, NEMA 4X, UL

Starting Temperature:
-40°C ~ 55°C (-40°F ~ 131°F)
Working Temperature:
With bracket Without bracket
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 55°C (-40°F ~ 131°F),
DC 24V power input
326 mm
-50°C ~ 55°C (-58°F ~ 131°F),
AC 24V/ PoH(95W) power input 236.45 mm

Humidity 98%

498.2 mm
Warranty 36 months

364.2 mm
System Requirements

Operating System Microsoft Windows 8/7

Mozilla Firefox 7~43 (streaming only)


Web Browser
Internet Explorer 10/11 Ø211.52 mm

VLC: 1.1.11 or above


Other Players
Quicktime: 7 or above

Ordering Information

Model Description P/N

H.265 Full HD IR PTZ Camera (30x, 250M IR,


SD9366-EH(with Bracket, IO Cable) 100155300G
Wiper), with Bracket and IO Cable
SD9366-EH
H.265 Full HD IR PTZ Camera (30x, 250M IR,
SD9366-EH(without Bracket, IO Cable) 100181600G
Wiper), without Bracket and IO Cable

H.265 Full HD IR PTZ Camera (30x, 150M IR,


SD9366-EHL(with Bracket, IO Cable) 100155200G
Wiper), with Bracket and IO Cable
SD9366-EHL
H.265 Full HD IR PTZ Camera (30x, 150M IR,
SD9366-EHL(without Bracket, IO Cable) 100181500G
Wiper), without Bracket and IO Cable

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Compatible Accessories
Mounting Kits Others

AM-220 AM-529 AE-301 AJ-001 AJ-002 AO-007


Wall Mount Bracket Mounting Adapter Water Tank, USB Joystick USB Joystick I/O Combo Cable
24VAC/DC, 0˚C ~ 60˚C

Cabinet

AT-CAS-001 AT-CAB-002 AT-SUN-002 AT-SWH-000


Cabinet for Speed Cabinet for HLG Power Sunshield Power Safety Kit
Dome Supply

PoE Kit/Power Adapter


24VAC 24VDC

AA-341 AA-351 AA-352 HLG-120H-24


AC 24V 3.5A Power Adapter Outdoor Power Box, 24VAC/144W, Outdoor Power Box, 24VAC/144W, Industrial 24VDC/120W Power
IP67, IK10 IP67, IK10 Supply, IP67

95W PoH/PoE

AW-IHH-0100 HLG-120H-54 AW-IHH-0200 HLG-120H-54 AP-GIC-011A-095 AP-GIC-015B-095


Industrial 1xGE 95W Industrial 54VDC/120W Industrial 1xGE 95W Industrial 54VDC/120W 1xGE 95W PoH/PoE Outdoor 1xGE 95W
PoH/PoE Injector Power Supply, IP67 PoH/PoE + 1x SFP GE Power Supply, IP67 Injector with Surge PoH/PoE Injector with
Switch Protection 12KV Surge Protection 12KV,
IP67, IK10

All specifications are subject to change without notice. Copyright © VIVOTEK INC. All rights reserved. Ver. 11

6F, No.192, Lien-Cheng Rd., Chung-Ho, New Taipei City, 235, Taiwan, R.O.C. | T: +886-2-82455282 | F: +886-2-82455532 | E: sales@vivotek.com | W: www.vivotek.com

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www.meharsolar.com I www.stellarrenewables.in
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ABOUT US

renewable

One of the industry leading solar panel manufacturers in India, Mehar Solar Technology
Private Limited supplies top of the line solar PV modules (photovoltaic) to both off-grid and
on-grid industrial and commercial establishments.

Founded in 2008, as Sunbliss Solar Technologies, with in no time it became one of the
leading company operating as Manufacturer that deals with solar products such as Solar
Water Heater, Solar Lighting System etc.

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01 Infrastructure and Quality Policy

02 Certifications & Clients

03 Polycrystalline Solar Panels


(a) 72 Cells Series (b) 60 Cells Series (c) 36 Cells Series

04 Mono Crystalline Solar Panels

05 ETC Solar Water Heaters

06 FPC Solar Water Heaters

07 Solar EPC

08 Solar Street Lights

09 Events & Exhibitions

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INFRASTRUCTURE

Steller Renewables Pvt. Ltd. have brought North India’s most technologically advanced manufacturing
facility for vacuum tube Type Solar Heaters with a monthly production capacity of upto 1500 systems.
Our Products have been tested and verified by Regional Testing Institute of MNRE.

capable of manufacturing 40MW of Solar Panels annually.

QUALITY
Mehar Group is extremely particular when it comes to product quality. Even though the products are
IEC certified by TUV Rheinland & Regional Testing Institute of MNRE . The company strives to exceed
the standards set by these agencies .

“We are committed to Excellence and Total Customer Satisfaction through Team work, Ceaseless
Innovation and Timely Delivery of Premium Quality Solar PV Modules & Solar Water Heaters”
Objectives:
Ÿ Continually improve the customer satisfaction.
Ÿ Developing the product to cater to the changing needs of customer.
Ÿ Ensuring on time delivery to the customer.

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CERTIFICATIONS

OUR CLIENTS

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72 CELLS SERIES
MS- 300 I 310 I 315 I 320 I 330

4 BB/5 BB - Higher Output Per Cell &


Lower Residual Stress

Positive Power Tolerance 0/+3%

Specially Designed For Off-grid and


Rooftop Applications

Extremely Narrow Power Binning


Tolerance To Reduce Current Mismatch
Loss in Single Response

Engineered to Provide excellent Low


Light Response

IP 67 Rated Junction Box

PID Resistant with 100% EI Testing For


Long Term Reliability

HV Testing Wet Leakage Testing


Peel & Gel Content Testing Hot Spot Testing
Hi Pot Testing IV Testing
100% EL Testing

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MS-300/24 MS-310/24 MS-315/24 MS-320/24 MS-330/24

Peak Power (Pmax) 300 310 315 320 330

Voltage at Maximum Power Point (Vmp) 36.50 36.70 36.80 38.50 38.60

Current at Maximum Power Point (Imp) 8.22 8.45 8.65 8.35 8.55

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) 44.50 45.10 45.10 45.50 45.50

Short Circuit Current (Isc) 8.75 8.85 8.90 9.05 9.10

Model Efiency (%) 15.54 16.06 16.32 16.58 17.08

Maximum Series Fuse Rating (A) 20 20 20 20 20

Limiting Reverse Current (A) 20 20 20 20 20.

Electrical Pmax. Tolerance % Positive Tolerance of 0/2.3%

MECHANICAL PARAMETERS DIAGRAM


300-330 Watt SPV Module (back View)

TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS (TC)

IV CURVE

PACKAGING INFORMATION

PERFORMANCE WARRANTY

WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATIONS


Product Warranty** 10 years
Linear power warranty for 25 years with 2.5% for Ist year
Performance Warranty** degradation and 0.67% from year 2 to year 25

Approvals and Certificates IEC - 61215 IEC - 617301, IEC - 617302, MNRE

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60 CELLS SERIES
MS- 250 I 260 I 265

4 BB/5 BB - Higher Output Per Cell &


Lower Residual Stress

Positive Power Tolerance 0/+3%

Specially Designed For Off-grid and


Rooftop Applications

Extremely Narrow Power Binning


Tolerance To Reduce Current Mismatch
Loss in Single Response

Engineered to Provide excellent Low


Light Response

IP 67 Rated Junction Box

PID Resistant with 100% EI Testing For


Long Term Reliability

HV Testing Wet Leakage Testing


Peel & Gel Content Testing Hot Spot Testing
Hi Pot Testing IV Testing
100% EL Testing

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MS-260/24 MS-265/24

250 260 265

30.30 30.80 31.10

8.30 8.45 8.50

37.40 37.50 37.80

8.75 8.80 8.80

15.43 16.04 16.35

20 20 20

20 20 20

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36 CELLS SERIES
MS- 20 I 40 I 50 I 60 I 75 I 100 I 125 I 150 I 160

4 BB/ 5 BB - Higher Output Per Cell &


Lower Residual Stress

Positive Power Tolerance 0/+3%

Specially Designed For Off-grid and


Rooftop Applications

Extremely Narrow Power Binning


Tolerance To Reduce Current Mismatch
Loss in Single Response

Engineered to Provide excellent Low


Light Response

IP 65 Rated Junction Box

PID Resistant with 100% EI Testing For


Long Term Reliability

HV Testing Wet Leakage Testing


Peel & Gel Content Testing Hot Spot Testing
Hi Pot Testing IV Testing
100% EL Testing

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ELECTRICAL DATA
MS-40/12 MS-50/12 MS-60/12 MS-75/12 MS-100/12 MS-125/12 MS-150/12

Peak Power (Pmax) 40 50 60 75 101.92 125 150

Voltage at Maximum Power Point (Vmp) 17.74 17.74 17.74 17.74 18.20 18.20 18.20

Current at Maximum Power Point (Vmp) 2.30 2.85 4.23 4.23 5.60 6.87 8.25

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) 21.70 21.70 21.70 21.70 22.15 22.15 22.15

Short Circuit Current (Isc) 2.65 2.95 3.35 4.40 6.30 6.75 8.70

Model Efiency (%) 12.69 13.55 13.69 14.56 14.97 14.68 15.18

Maximum Series Fuse Rating (A) 6 6 6 6 10 10 12

Limiting Reverse Current (A) 6 6 6 6 10 10 12

Electrical Pmax. Tolerance % Positive Tolerance of 0/2.3%

MECHANICAL PARAMETERS DIAGRAM


150-160 Watt SPV Module (back View)
Module Dimension (mm) 475*665*22 555*665*35 655*665*35 780*665*35 1005*665*35 1255*665*35 1485*665*35

Mounting Hole centre to center


250 300 330 400 500 650 750
Pitch (Yaxises)

Mounting Hole centre to center


622 ± 1mm
Pitch (X aises)

Module Weight kgs (APPROX) 3.15 3.7 3.96 6 7.5 8.5 11.3

Module Matrix 36/9X4 36/9X4 36/9X4 36/9X4 36/9X4 36/9X4 36/9X4

Front Cover High Transmitance Tempered & Low Iron Glass with 3.2mm thickness

Backsheet KPE Backsheet

Encapsulate Sunny Side UVT & Backside PID Free (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate)

Frame Material 15-18 Microns Anodised Aluminium

Junction Box (Protection


IP 65 / Weatherproof
Rating/Material)

TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS (TC)


Tc of Open Circuit Voltage (Voc), ß (%/0C) -0.31%/ 0C IV CURVE
0 0
Tc of Open Circuit Current (Isc), a (%/ C) -0.058%/ C

Tc of Power (Omax.) (%/0C) -0.41%/ 0C

Maimum System Voltage (V) 600 V

NOCT 450C±20C

Operating Temperature Range 400C to±850C

PACKAGING INFORMATION
Container 20’GP 40’GP 40’HC

KW (Approx) 70 KW 170 KW 185 KW PERFORMANCE WARRANTY

WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATIONS


Product Warranty** 10 years
Linear power warranty for 25 years with 2.5% for Ist year
Performance Warranty** degradation and 0.67% from year 2 to year 25

Approvals and Certificates IEC - 61215 IEC - 617301, IEC - 617302, MNRE

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MONO CRYSTALLINE
MS- 340 I 350 I 360

5 BB - Higher Output Per Cell &


Lower Residual Stress

Positive Power Tolerance 0/+3%

Specially Designed For Off-grid and


Rooftop Applications

Extremely Narrow Power Binning


Tolerance To Reduce Current Mismatch
Loss in Single Response

Engineered to Provide excellent Low


Light Response

IP 67 Rated Junction Box

PID Resistant with 100% EI Testing For


Long Term Reliability

HV Testing
Peel & Gel Content Testing
Hi Pot Testing
Wet Leakage Testing
Hot Spot Testing
IV Testing 100% EL Testing

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MS-340/24 MS-350/24 MS-360/24

Peak Power (Pmax) 340 350 360

Voltage at Maximum Power Point (Vmp) 38.80 38.85 38.90

Current at Maximum Power Point (Imp) 8.76 9.01 9.25

Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) 46.10 46.10 46.10

Short Circuit Current (Isc) 9.35 9.40 9.45

Model Efiency (%) 17.6 18.1 18.6

Maximum Series Fuse Rating (A) 20 20 20

Limiting Reverse Current (A) 20 20 20

Electrical Pmax. Tolerance % Positive Tolerance of 0/2.3%

MECHANICAL PARAMETERS DIAGRAM


300-360 Watt SPV Module (back View)

TEMPERATURE COEFFICIENTS (TC)

IV CURVE

PACKAGING INFORMATION

PERFORMANCE WARRANTY

WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATIONS


Product Warranty** 10 years
Linear power warranty for 25 years with 2.5% for Ist year
Performance Warranty** degradation and 0.67% from year 2 to year 25

Approvals and Certificates IEC - 61215 IEC - 617301, IEC - 617302, MNRE

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System
100 150 200 250 300 500 ( 50 I ) 500 ( 35 I ) 500 ( M )
Capacity
10 15 20 25 30 50 35 50
ETC Tubes
58*1800 58*1800 58*1800 58*1800 58*1800 58*1800 58*2100 58*1800
Floor Area
4X6 5X6 6X6 7X6 8X6 13 X 6 10 X 7 13 X 8
( FOOT )

STELLAR PRIME STELLAR MAGIC


SS 304-2B (Food Grade) Inner Tank. Latest Non Welded Technology for Circular Joints.
Long Lasting Seam Welding Technology for Linear System designed to Eliminate pressure of
and Circular Joints. Overhead Tank
Automatic Robotic Arm Argon Welding for Nipple Use of Assistant Tank Increases the life of system.
and Sockets. Push Insert Type Connections.
High Density PUF Insulation. High Density PUF Insulation.
Use of Sacrificial Anode to prevent corrosion of Steel. Best Suited for Hard Water Regions.
Best Suited for Soft Water Regions.
COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS
STELLAR SHEILD System Capacity starting from 500 LPD upto
Galvanized Iron Inner Tank with Marine Grade Epoxy thousands of Liters per day
Coating. Manifold Type Collector ensures minimum
Best in Class Airless Technology used for Tank Lining installation space.
MIG Welding for Linear and Circular Joints. Elliptical Dish end Tanks to minimize damage due
Dual Protection of Zinc Coating and Epoxy Coating. to pressure
Sturdy Frame Design. Options of SS 304, SS 316 and GI/MS for Tan Material.
High Density PUF Insulation Provision of Man Hole for Ease of Maintenance.
Best Suited for Extreme Hard Water Regions. System Design as per end user’s Requirement.
Experience of Lakhs of Liters of Installation.

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FLAT PLATE SOLAR WATER HEATER
SPECIFICATIONS:
MATERIAL
Collector Frame Extruded Aluminium ,1.4 mm Thick
Collector Size : 2.17 sq.mtr.
Gasket For Glass EPDM – “U” TYPE Absorber area : 2.01 sq.mtr
No. of Riser tubes per collector : 9 per
Glazing ( Cover ) Toughened clear glass 4 mm Thick
collector
Casing Aluminium side section 1.4mm No. of Absorber plate per collector : 9
per collector
Glazing Section 1.2 mm
Absorptivity & Emissivity of absorber :
Insulation Thickness 25mm PU + 20mm glass wool a > 95% - e < 12% coating
Cover transmission : > 86%
Bottom Insulation 25mm PU + 20mm glass wool Glass Size : 1960 x 1058 x 4.0 mm.
Side Insulation 25mm PU + 20mm glass wool =2.07368sq.mtr
Absorber riser bonding : Ultrasonic/
Collector Back Sheet Polypropylene Sheet 0.5mm Laser welding
Absorber Plate Copper/Aluminium Collector efficiency at ambient temp. :
≥ 65%
Absorber Coating Selective – NALSUN Finish (Powder Coating) : Black -for
frame, Black - for Glazing
Riser Copper : : Ø12.7mm x t0.56±0.05mm
Working Pressure : 5 kg/cm2
Inlet Header Copper : Ø 25.4mm x t 0.7±0.05mm 2pcs Operating conditions : T ≥5°C
Wind Velocity : 80 km/hr.
Reflective Foil Aluminium
(When mounted with steel structures
Grommet (sealing gasket) EPDM Rubber and civil foundation as per RAF
recommendation)
Fluid Content 2.65 L

Collector Size and Weight


Size 1992mmx1090mmx94mm, Collector Area : 2.17 sq.mtr., Absorber Area : 2.01 sq.mtr.
Height 35 Kgs (Dry)

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SOLAR EPC
ENGINEERING I PROCUREMENT I CONSTRUCTION CHANNEL PARTNER

COMPLETE SERVICE FOR EPC


1. ENGINEERING

2. PROCUREMENT & PURCHASING

3. PRODUCTION

4. PROJECT MANAGEMENT

5. CONSTRUCTION

6. COMMISSIONING

7. FINANCIAL CONSULTANCY

SUCCESSFUL INSTALLATIONS

RPIIT COLLEGE KARNAL


TOTAL CAPACITY - 500 KW
SUB SYSTEMS - 50 KW/9 Nos.,
10 KW/ 5 Nos.

30 KW - DEVI MANDIR
PANIPAT

20KW
SD SCHOOL, PANIPAT

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VARANASI - 10 KW HATHRAS - 10 KW

SONEPAT - 10 KW NOIDA - 40 KW

1,05,000 LPD SOLAR WATER HEATER - NOIDA

BANASTHALI VIDYAPEET- JAIPUR (40,00 LPD) DHANAULTI- 1500 LPD

SIRSA, HISAR- SWH-3000 LPD LADHAK SWH

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SOLAR STREET LIGHTS
Mehar Solar-LED Based Solar Street Light
SR. Panel Luminary
Battery Pole Autonomy
# Rating Rating
1 40 Wp 7 Wp 40 Ah 1-2 Days

2 50 Wp 9 Wp 40 Ah 1-2 Days
5 Mtr
3 60 Wp 9 Wp 40 Ah 1-2 Days

4 75 Wp 9 Wp 40 Ah 2-3 Days

5 75 Wp 12 Wp 75 Ah 1-2 Days

6 100 Wp 18 Wp 75 Ah 2-3 Days


5/6 Mtr
7 100 Wp 18/24 Wp 100 Ah 2-3 Days

8 125 Wp 18/24 Wp 100 Ah 2-3 Days

ALL IN 1 SOLAR STREET LIGHT


Mehar Solar-All in 1 Street Light
SR. Luminary
Panel Rating Battery Autonomy
# Rating
1 40 Wp Poly / Mono 7 Wp 12 Ah 1-2 Days

2 40 Wp Poly / Mono 9 Wp 15 Ah 1-2 Days

3 40 Wp Poly / Mono 12 Wp 18 Ah 1-2 Days

4 40 Wp Poly / Mono 12 Wp 18 Ah 2-3 Days

5 40 Wp Poly / Mono 18 Wp 21 Ah 1-2 Days

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LARGE POLE TOLERANCE SPECIFICATION

ALLOWABLE DEVIATION
TYPE OF PART DIMENSION FROM NOMINAL

ANCHOR BOLTS THREADED LENGTH +1", -0”


GALVANIZED LENGTH -0” + Unlimited Tolerance
OVERALL LENGTH +1", -0”
ANCHOR BOLT OVERALL DIAMATER OF TEMPLATE (Figure 2) +1”, -.5”
TEMPLATES BOLT HOLE DIAMETER +/- 0.06"
BOLT HOLE LOCATION +/- 0.09"
V-NOTCH ON BOLT TEMPLATES +/- 1°
SIZE OF V-NOTCH +/- 0.09”

ANCHOR BOLT CAGE TWIST IN ANCHOR CAGE See I002


ASSEMBLY
OVERALL LENGTH, WIDTH OR DIAMETER +/- 0.25”
BASEPLATE/FLANGES BOLT HOLE DIAMETER
(ROLLED & FORGED) -BASEPLATE +/- 0.06”
-FLANGES + 0.06” -0”
BOLT HOLE LOCATION (In any direction from
center) (Figure 3)
-BASEPLATE +/- 0.09”
-FLANGES +/- 0.06”
DRAIN / VENT HOLES
-DIAMETER +/- 0.25”
-LOCATION +/- 0.25”
CUT EDGE ANGULARITY (Figure 5) 2° or 0.25” (whichever is
greater)

POLE AND ARM SHAFT FLAT PATTERN


(SIDED) -WIDTH (overall trap width)* .06”
-LAYOUT LINES +/- 0.13” in flat
-BEND LINES +/- 0.16 after broke/formed
LENGTH (single Section) +/- 1.00”
FORMED ANGLES +/- 3°
CIRCUMFERENCE**
-ARM CIRCUMFERENCE -0.0” +0.5”
POLE CIRCUMFERENCE
-AT SLIP JOINT – INNER (Male) SECTION -0.25”, +0.31”
-AT SLIP JOINT – OUTER (Female) SECTION -0.0”, +0.5”
-OTHER -0.0”, +0.5”
ROUNDNESS
-ARM SEE TABLE 1
-POLE SEE TABLE 1
STRAIGHTNESS (Figure 6) 0.13” (in any 10’ of length)
NOTE: SEE PRINT FOR JOB SPECIFIC TOLERANCES.
NOTE: * - Trap width for half shells is Circumference tolerance divided by two.
NOTE: ** - FOR SLIP JOINTS, MEASURMENTS MUST BE TAKEN AT THE END AND AT THE DISTANCE CALLED ON THE
FLATSHEET DRAWING.

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ALLOWABLE DEVIATION
DIMENSION FROM NOMINAL

POLE AND ARM SHAFTS WIDTH (overall trap width) +/- 0.200
(ROUND) END DIAMATER (Circumference divided by Pi)
-TOP +/- 0.06
-BOTTOM +/- 0.06
LENGTH (One Section) +/- 1.00”
ROUNDNESS
-ARM SEE TABLE 1
-POLE SEE TABLE 1
SEAM TWIST +/- 30°
See note for penetration in seam *
STRAIGHTNESS (Figure 6) 0.13” (in any 10’ of length)

VANGS OVERALL LENGTH AND WIDTH +/- 0.09”


HOLE or SLOT
-DIAMETER +0.06, -0.00”
-LOCATION +/- 0.06”
BEND ANGLE (For Bent Vangs) +/- 2°
VANG/BRACKET STRAIGHTNESS (Flatness) +/- 0.13”
HOLE PERPENDICULARITY (Figure 8) +/- 0.13”

ARM MOUNTING OVERALL LENGTH AND WIDTH +/- 0.09”


BRACKETS BRACKET FACE PLATE
-HOLE OR SLOT DIAMATER +/- 0.06”
-HOLE OR SLOT LOCATION +/- 0.06
BEND ANGLE +/- 2°
LEG SPACING (Figure 7)
-INSIDE DIMENSION +0.19”, -0.06”
-OUTSIDE DIMENTION +0.06”, -0.19”
LEG LENGTH +/- 0.13”
HOLE PERPENDICULARITY (Figure 8) +/- 0.13”

OTHER BRACKETS OVERALL LENGTH AND WIDTH +/- 0.13”


BRACKET FACE PLATE
-HOLE OR SLOT DIAMATER - 0.06”, +0.09”
-HOLE OR SLOT LOCATION - 0.06”, +0.09”
BEND ANGLE +/- 5°
NON-ARM MOUNTING BRACKET
-LEG SPACING +/- 0.25”
-LEG LENGTH +/- 0.13”
-HOLE PERPENDICULARITY (Figure 8) +/- 0.13”

NOTE: *If a thru-pole attachment or hole penetrates the long seam, the seam weld shall be repaired to 100% CJP for 3”
length both sides of the penetration and verified by UT testing.

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ALLOWABLE DEVIATION
DIMENSION FROM NOMINAL

HAND HOLE RIMS & OVERALL LENGTH AND WIDTH


MAN HOLE ACCESSES -RIM +/- 0.06”
-RIM HALF +/- 0.03”
-COVER +/- 0.03”
STICKOUT MEASUREMENT (At center of rim) +/- 0.06”
HOLE SPACE (Cover & Frame) +/- 0.03”
COVER ATTACHMENT CLIP LOCATION +/- 0.03”
NUT HOLDER LOCATION +/- 0.25”

OTHER PIECE PARTS OVERALL LENGTH AND WIDTH +/- 0.09”


HOLE OR SLOT DIAMATER +0.06”, -0.00”
HOLE OR SLOT LOCATION +/- 0.06”

BASE PLATES & FLANGES CENTERED ON POLE (Figure 9) +/- 0.25”


Note: This is comparing the measurement of the each side, not
the distance the pole would move.
PERPENDICULARITY
-BASEPLATE TO POLE SHAFT 1°
-FLANGE PLATE TO POLE SHAFT
-AS TACKED 0.1°
-AS WELDED 0.3°
RADIAL ORIENTAION
-BASE / FLANGE TO POLE SHAFT 0.5°
FLANGE FLATNESS (Figure #4) +/- 0.15”

POLE & ARM SHAFTS HOLES IN SHAFT OF POLE


(Distribution Poles) -HOLES IN QUAD (Round Poles) (Figure #16) +/- 1”
-HOLE PATTERN START LOCATION +/- .5”
-HOLE LINEAR LOCATION +/- 0.13”
-HORIZONTAL HOLE LOCATION +/- 0.25”
KNOCKOUT HOLES (Figure #17)
-TAB SIZE Min 0.13” Max 0.25”
-KERF WIDTH (CUT WIDTH) Max 0.19”

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ALLOWABLE DEVIATION
DIMENSION FROM NOMINAL

POLE & ARM SHAFTS LINEAR DIMENSION: OTHER +/- 0.25”


(SIDED) TRANSVERSE DIMENSIONS FOR ALL PARTS +/- 0.25”
HOLE DIAMETERS
-HANGING HOLES +/- 0.13”
-OTHER +/- 0.06”
GROUND SLEEVE LOCATION +/- .25”
SHAFT CENTER OF GRAVITY +/- 0.25”
CAMBER (Measured from Large End)
-1st MEASURMENT +/- .06”
-2nd MEASURMENT +/- .13”
-3rd MEASURMENT +/- .25”
-4th MEASURMENT +/- .38”
-5th MEASURMENT +/- .50”
THRU-VANG TO POLE (Figure #10)
-HOLES(S) ON ONE SIDE +0.00”, -0.13”
-HOLE(S) ON BOTH SIDES +1”, -0.00”
-SPACING BETWEEN VANGS (Figure #7)
-OUTSIDE DIMENSIONED +0.00”, -0.13”
-INSIDE DIMENSIONED +0.13, -0.00”
VANGS
-PERPENDICULARITY TO CENTER LINE +/- 2°
(Figure #12)
-RADIAL ORIENTATION (Figure #11) +/- 2°
ARM MOUNTING VANG SQUARNESS (Figure #7) +/- 0.13”
LENGTH AND WIDTH OF SHAFT SLOT -0.00”, + 0.18”
(Refer to M-02 if exceed)
BRACKETS
-PERPENDICULARITY TO SHAFT +/- 2°
-RADIAL ORIENTATION +/- 2°
LADDER CLIPS (Refer to applicable M spec)
-LINEAR DIMENSION & GROUPS
-LADDER CLIP GROUPS +/- 0.5”
-LADDER CLIPS WITHIN GROUPS +/- 0.13”
JACKING NUTS
-LINEAR DIMENSIONS (Figure #13)
-SPACING +/- 0.06”
-CENTER OF FLAT OFFSET +/- 0.13”
SIMPLEXES
(Refer to M-30 Assembly)
ARM RISE (Figure #14) +/- 1.00”
ARM LENGTH +/- 1.00”
ARM ORIENTATION (Angular) +/- 2°
ARM BRACKET TO HORIZONTAL At Final +/- 0.3°
(Figure #15)
BENT ARM RADIUS +/- 5° (While Holding Rise)

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TABLE 1 - POLE DIAMETER TOLERANCES

NOTE: FOR SLIP JOINTS, MEASURMENTS MUST BE TAKEN AT THE END AND AT THE DISTANCE CALLED ON
THE FLATSHEET DRAWING.

LOCATION DEVIATION FROM


ROUND

AT SEALING PLATES AND THRU- 0.375” *


VANGS WITHIN 5’ OF SLIP
JOINTS
SLIP JOINTS:
DIAMETERS ≤ 15” 0.375” *
15” < DIAM ≤ 40” 0.50” *
DIAMETERS > 40” 0.75” *
BASE PLATE & FLANGE 0.5” *
BUTTWELDS & TELESCOPING 0.25” *
ALL OTHER 1.00” *
NOTE: * - INDICATES THE ALLOWABLE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANY TWO MEASUREMENTS
ACROSS OPPOSING FLATS.

TABLE 2 - POLE TWIST


NOTE: MEASURE TWIST ON FLATS 4 &10 OR OPPOSING FLATS WITH ARM / INSULATOR MOUTNG VANGS OR
HOLES.

TWIST ( See Figure 1)


-DESIGNATED “A” 6°
-DESIGNATED “B” 3°
-DESIGNATED “C” 2°
-DESIGNATED “D” 1°
-ALL OTHER 7.5°

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Overall Diameter of Template Bolt Hole to Bolt Hole Location


FIGURE 2 FIGURE 3

Flange Flatness Cut Edge Angularity


FIGURE 4 FIGURE 5

Measuring Pole Straightness Measuring Vang/Bracket Squares


FIGURE 6 FIGURE 7

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Hole Perpendicularity Base/Flange Centered on Shaft


FIGURE 8 FIGURE 9

Through Vang to Pole Radial Orientation


FIGURE 10 FIGURE 11

Perpendicularity to Center Line Jacking Nut Spacing


FIGURE 12 FIGURE 13

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Arm Rise Arm Bracket to Horizontal


FIGURE 14 FIGURE 15

Holes off of Quad (round pole) Knock Out Hole


FIGURE 16 FIGURE 17

M-1 team 2017:


Aren Larsen, William Reisdorff, Tom Nord, Angie Calton, Grant Marr, Zachary Thiemann, Steven Brooks,
Michael Baldwin, James York, Raymond Raymond, Ian Parton. Images by Jiewei Li and Kelly Grow

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Number: W-23
Revision: 26
WELD Date Revised: 2/26/17
SPECIFICATION Prepared By: Z. Thiemann
Approved By: T. Gregory
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1994 AASHTO typical for High Mast Poles and Sign Structures

1. CJP weld - Inspection shall be 100% VT. In addition, 100% UT if thickness of thinner material is ≥ 0.3125”
or 100% MT if thickness of thinner material is < 0.3125”.
a. Laminated shafts shall be MT tested. The MT test should be performed on the root pass and upon
completion of welding the groove weld, prior to the fillet overlay.
2. PJP weld - Inspection shall be 100% VT. In addition:
a. For 25% of structures:
i. 100% MT of the seam weld
ii. 100% MT of transverse plate welds
iii. 100% MT around all handhole rims
iv. 100% MT welded gussets
v. 25% MT all other groove welds
3. Fillet weld - Inspection shall be 100% VT. In addition:
a. For 25% of structures:
i. 100% MT around tube to transverse plate connections
ii. 100% MT around handhole rims
iii. 100% MT fillet welded gussets.

Seam Weld Requirements (Unless otherwise shown on drawing)


A. Slip Joints
a. Outer Tube: 1.5D1 + 6” CJP Groove Weld (all tube diameters)
i. Alternatively, where diameters ≤ 13” - 60% minimum PJP groove weld when external
reinforcing bars are used
b. Inner Tube: 1.5D1 + 6” CJP Groove Weld (all tube diameters)
B. Adjacent to CJP Butt Joint (Tube to Tube) Weld - 6” CJP Groove Weld
C. Adjacent to CJP T-joint (Tube to Plate) Weld - 6” CJP Groove Weld
D. All other ends of submerged arc welded tubes – 3” PJP Square Groove Backweld
E. All others – 60% Minimum PJP Groove Weld

D1 = inside base diameter of the outer tube.

Notes:
1. Inspection shall be in accordance with AWS D1.1 latest edition.
2. Partial inspection is defined as a percentage of each order, not each pole.
3. Seam weld of all slip-fit tubes shall be ground flush as detailed on the drawing
4. 3 repair attempts of failed welds allowed before Q93 to Engineering required for customer RFI.

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1. SCOPE
Distribute this information to installation personnel, future maintenance personnel, and owners.

This general information deals primarily with the long term durability of structures of the type supplied by Valmont and certain
safety issues. It is not intended to be a comprehensive description of how to install these structures. Competent installation
contractors must be consulted upon for practices and equipment that meets the demands of the conditions at each job location.

Valmont cannot be responsible for any damage that occurs during or after installation or for any structure that has been modified
or that is utilized in some way other than that described in Valmont’s application recommendations.

For information about the structural capability of these products or about installation practices please consult with the factory or
nearest Valmont representative.

2. DEFINITIONS
Arm: A cantilevered support, either horizontal or sloped.
Bridge Support: Also know as span-type support; a horizontal or sloped member or truss supported by at least two vertical
supports.
Cantilever: A support either horizontal or vertical supported at one end only.
Designer: The person responsible for design for the structural support.
High-level Lighting: Also known as high-mast lighting; Lighting provided at heights greater than about 55 ft. (17 m), typically
using 4 to 12 luminaries.
Luminaire: A complete lighting unit consisting of a lamp or lamps together with the parts designed to distribute the light, to
position and protect the lamps, and to connect the lamps to the electric power supply.
Mast Arm: A supporting arm designed to hold a sign, signal head, or Luminaire in an approximately horizontal position.
Monotube: A support that is composed of a single tube.
Overhead Sign: A sign suspended above the roadway.
Owner: The person or agency having jurisdiction for the design, construction, and maintenance of the structural support.
Pole: A vertical support that is long, relatively slender, and generally rounded or multisided.
Pole Top: A descriptive term indicating that an attachment is mounted at the top of a structural support, usually pertaining to
one Luminaire or traffic signal mounted at the top of a pole.
Roadside Sign: A sign mounted beside the roadway on a single support or multiple supports.
Sign: A device conveying a specific message by means of words or symbols, erected for the purpose of regulating, warning, or
guiding traffic.
Span Wire: A steel cable or strand extended between two poles commonly used as a horizontal support for small signs and
traffic signal.
Structural Support: Support designed to carry the loads induced at attached signs, luminaries, and traffic signals.
Traffic Signal: An electrically operated traffic control device by which traffic is regulated, warned, or directed to take specific
directions.
Truss: A structural support, usually vertical or horizontal, composed of a framework that is often arranged in triangles.

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3. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1. Grounding and Protection Against Electrical Shock
The purchaser or installer must provide proper electrical grounding and warnings about any electrical hazards in
accordance with applicable codes.

Efforts shall be made in all breakaway supports that house electrical components to effectively reduce fire and electrical
hazards posed after structure impact by an errant vehicle. Upon knockdown, the support/structure shall electrically
disconnect as close to the concrete foundation as possible. (AASHTO Section 2.5.2, Breakaway Supports & Section
12.5.3 Additional Requirements)

3.2. Corrosion Protection


All coatings such as galvanizing, powder coat, and paint finishes are subject to deterioration. The rate of deterioration is a
function of many variables such as:
 Damage sustained during handling or installation.
 Salts and chemicals for de-icing roads.
 Sunlight.
 Sea spray.
 Moisture from rainfall, humidity, or condensation.
 Elements in the atmosphere.
 Rocks thrown by automobile tires that strike the assembly.

An on-going maintenance program must include periodic inspection for detecting the deterioration of coatings and for any
indication of corrosion. Rehabilitation of the coating, both inside and outside of the structure, must be done to preserve
the structural integrity or visual appeal of each structure.

Foundations must assure that water or excessive moisture cannot accumulate at the base of the pole. This includes
providing drainage for any water caused by condensation inside the pole.

3.3. Field Painting


The following information applies only to application of finish coats over Valmont's standard prime coats
(Valmont Specification F73). The painter must check whether the prime coat is Valmont's standard or a special finish
specified by the purchaser. The primed surface should be free of any contaminant such as grease, oil, and dirt.
Chemically clean contaminated areas. Light sanding of the primed surface further enhances adhesion of the top coat,
followed by a complete wipe down of the surface to remove all dust and contamination. Spot prime such areas as
scratches and mars that have penetrated to the substrate. Top coats known to be compatible with Valmont's standard
primers are: Tnemec 73 through 75 and 175 series two-component polyurethane enamels (or equal) over gray powder
primer, and Sherwin-Williams F65 series oil alkyd enamel (or equal) over red liquid primer. NOTE: All other generic
top coats must be field tested prior to use.

3.4. Weathering Steel


Weathering steel is not a completely maintenance-free material. An on-going maintenance program must include their
periodic inspection for any abnormal corrosion. Manufacturers that supply weathering steel to Valmont can supply data
about the behavior of these materials in various environments. Their application recommendations should be followed for
the best results. The most important of which is to avoid continuous exposure to moisture. Water, damp debris, or soil on
weathering steel surfaces will cause accelerated corrosion. Vegetation around the base can be harmful. A build-up of
corrosion debris can adversely affect the inside of the pole base. Steel suppliers recommend painting closely fitting
(faying) surfaces. The best time for painting is immediately prior to installation to minimize damage to the protective
coating.
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3.5. Vibration
Although rare, vibrations severe enough to cause damage can occasionally occur in structures of all types. Because they
are influenced by many interacting variables vibrations are unpredictable. There is no single method to insure the
prevention of all modes of vibration. Vibration is believed to be more likely to occur when structures (or components
such as arms) are installed without attaching the additional accessories, which the structures are designed to support.
Therefore, such attached accessories, or devices equivalent in dampening characteristics, should be installed at the time of
erection. The owner/user’s maintenance program must include the observation for any excessive vibration and a
continuous program for the examination of any structural damage or bolt loosening.

3.6. Anchor Bolt Foundations


If anchorage hardware is furnished by others, the correct size and strength must be used. When leveling nuts are used, the
bottom of the lowest leveling nuts shall not be more than 1" from the concrete surface. Large spaces between the pole
base plate and the concrete can cause excessive stresses in the anchor bolts. Whenever anchor bolts are for poles with
breakaway supports, care must be taken to meet the maximum 4” projection requirements of the AASHTO Specification
(Section 12.5.3 Additional Requirements) and/or any other governing codes.

3.7. Transformer Bases


In attaching a pole to a transformer base, when the pole base plate has slotted holes, place the connecting bolts on the
largest possible bolt circle (i.e. the outer ends of the slots).

3.8. ASTM A325 Bolts


Threads should be lubricated in order to prevent galling and to achieve bolt tension in accordance with AISC
recommendations. Hardware suppliers use beeswax and various commercial waxes as lubricants. They indicate that
products like “WD-40” are commonly used in the field. (ASTM A325-00, 4.4)

3.9. Hinged Poles


Wiring must pass through the wiring protection guide at the hinge to assure that the insulation will not be damaged during
raising and lowering. The raising and lowering winch must be operated smoothly and the winch cable kept taut to avoid
jolts, which could cause collapse of the shaft.

3.10. Traffic Signal Mast Arms


All mast arms will have the bottom of the arm identified by a tag welded to the bottom of the flange plate.

3.11. Traffic Signal Span Wire Systems


Small decreases in sag (i.e. the vertical dimension from the lowest point of the suspension cable to the point where the
cable is attached to the pole) can greatly increase the tension in the cable. Therefore, the sag should be no less than the
value used in the design analysis. Tether cables should not be used unless they were included in the design analysis or
unless they are designed to breakaway at moderate wind velocities. If used, tether cables should have very little tension
(approximately 20 lbs).

3.12. Sign Placement on Two-Chord Sign Structures


Signs must be centered between the upper and lower beam members unless specifically designed otherwise. Locating
signs off-center causes higher forces on one of the members and those forces must be included in the design analysis.

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3.13. Climbing Safety


These structures may have been fabricated with climbing and safety devices as specified, directed, and approved by the
owner or its representative (collectively “the owner”). It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that the climber is
qualified to climb these structures, and that he/she is aware of these climbing and safety devices and their proper use. The
owner is also responsible to ensure that the owner’s safety procedures are followed. It is essential that the climber be
attached to the structure at all times while working or at rest above ground level. Applicable national standards (such as
NESC Rule 420.J and K, OSHA, EIA, etc.) should be referenced for additional guidance. The owner shall take any
necessary action(s) to prevent unauthorized persons from climbing the structure.

3.14. Existing Foundation or Anchorage


If the product is to be used on an existing foundation or on other structures, the customer assumes all responsibility for the
structural integrity of the existing foundation and anchorage. The customer also assumes all liabilities associated with
ensuring the pole being ordered will be a compatible fit to the existing foundation or anchorage.

3.15. Protective Wrap


The protective wrap should only be removed by hand as stated on the Finish Warranty Notice sticker shown here.

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3.16. Handling & Storage Requirements

3.16.1. Handling
The purchaser/installer must ensure the proper handling of the product at
the construction site to ensure a damage-free product when installation is complete. Care needs to be taken to insure
the integrity of the product finish. Damage to the finish such as scratches, gouges and marred areas will reduce or
eliminate the corrosive resistance of protective coatings. Direct metal to metal contact, such as choking a galvanized
or painted pole with metal chains, will cause damage to the finish. Protective materials such as nylon slings or cloth
sleeves for chains should be utilized during handling to prevent damage to the finish. Do not utilize any bolt hole
opening in either a base plate or simplex plate for lifting or handling any products, as this will cause damage to the
finish. The proper repair of any damage or deterioration to the product finish during handling and installation at the
construction site shall be the installer’s responsibility. Please consult Valmont Industries Inc. for the proper
procedure for repairing any finish!

3.16.2. Storage
The product should be stored in a clean, dry and well ventilated area. The product must be stacked in an orderly
manner on spacers that raise the product off the ground and above any vegetation. Spacers should also be used while
stacking the product to keep individual pieces separated from each other so that air can freely access all surfaces of
the product. Stacked product should be inclined so that moisture can drain out. See figure 1 for an illustration of
incorrect and correct stacking of product.
Resinous wood must NOT be used for spacers or packing, since the resin itself can damage any finish. Use wood
material that is dry and untreated (NO CHEMICALS) when transporting and storing all products.

Fig. 1 – Incorrect & Correct Stacking of Product


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