|The CD-45II handles 8.5 sq. feet mounted inside a tower, or 5 sq. ft. with mast adapter. Low temperature grease good to -30 F degrees. Bell rotator design gives total weather protection, dual 24 ball bearing races gives proven support.
Die cast ring gear, stamped steel gear drive, heavy duty, trouble free gear train. North center scale, dual lighted directional meter indicator, 8-pin plug/socket on control unit, snap-action control switches. Low voltage control. Safe operation, takes masts to 2 1/16″. MSLD light duty lower mast support adapter included. Power requirements: 110V 60Hz.
$ 449.95 Each
|Product Manual||CD-45II_2.pdf||1.92 MB|
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