November 23, 2017

Lite Site 20

Overview

Lite Site 20 Overview

Lite Site 20 Overview
The Lite-Site 20 is a quick deploy cell site that fits entirely in a 20′ x 20′ area. The Lite-Site 20 represents a temporary site although is certified for permanent placement. This versatile site can satisfy all communication and non-communication needs in a wide range of industries.

The entire Lite-Site 20 can be installed in one day on prepared level ground such as compacted gravel or blacktop.

In some instances, the Lite-Site 20 can help simplify zoning and permitting and accelerate system deployment to meet your construction deadline. Fencing and ballast are available from stock with the Lite-Site 20. The standardized Lite-Site 20 base frame and standardized Lite-Pole monopoles are normally stock items that can be quickly shipped from inventory.

Monopoles

Monopoles

Lite Site 20 Monopoles
Lite-Poles: CDMI has created families of standardized monopoles to work with the Lite-Site. The Lite-Site 20 can utilized two styles of standard monopoles. Custom poles can be built to your specifications if required.

Stealth Poles: CDMI’s Stealth Poles are available in 30″ diameter and 24″ diameter pole. Both poles are equipped to conceal antennas, microwave and electronic equipment behind shrouds. CDMI offers different styles of antenna mounting structures that ensures the proper fit of most equipment.

Tapered Monopoles: CDMI can offer tapered monopoles equipped with safety and climbing.

Custom Poles: CDMI can create custom poles to suit your specifications. We can also manufacture base adapter’s to work with your used monopoles.

Security Fencing

Security Fencing

Lite Site 20 Security Fencing
Fencing options are available with the Lite-Site 20. Chain link fencing is available form stock. CDMI Can also design fencing to support D-Mark enclosures. Other fencing options such as wood or vinyl may be built to suit.

Ballast

Ballast

ballast
CDMI Suggest that the preform concrete blocks be used. CDMI can supply the ballast or you can use a local concrete vendor. In some instances other methods of ballast may be used to meet the weight requirements.