Blackhawk Portable Telescopic Tripod
5 metre extended height
Part Number: MAS-BH-00004
Blackhawk Portable Aluminum Telescopic Tripod
Introducing the Blackhawk range of masts and mounts. To help our valued network of Australia-wide installers, we've introduced a range of portable telescopic masts and tripods. If you've ever set up event WiFi you know how getting height quickly can be a pain! The Blackhawk portable tripod is a perfect way to instantly achieve great communications anywhere. We can even supply a backpack portable version to get comms anywhere you can go.
The removable telescopic mast can be set to your desired height (max 5m), with ultra secure quick-lock fittings. We've tested the mast as supporting over 80kg, but obviously this depends on the shape and wind load, so we'd prefer you email us to check suitability.
Price on application for bulk orders. Shipping by road freight is included, delivery can take up to 5 working days.
- Great for events and festivals
- Perfect for field testing communications
- Quick-release locking, five metre maximum height
- Finely machined tripod arms with nylon inserts
- Universal mounting spigot
- Spring-loaded locking pin
- Optional guy wire kit available for extra stability
The three section telescopic mast has a Blackhawk-standard four stud mounting spigot to match our range of headframes and bracket systems, allowing supply of a more tailored design using economical off-the-shelf and pre-engineered components. The off-the-shelf material finish is anodised aluminium, and features internal plungers to resist lowering before the quick-release locking mechanisms are engaged.
The mast's universal mounting spigot is constructed from Acetal (Polyoxymethylene) engineering-grade plastic. Acetal has creep resistance and is resistant to hydrolysis, strong alkalis and thermo oxidative degradation. Acetal is suitable for use in components where exceptional strength is needed for above average temperature or moisture levels, conditions we often experience here throughout the Australian region.