The ROHN RSL is a light weight self-supporting tower designed for use in broadband, public safety and security applications. The RSL reaches above line-of-site obstacles such as tree tops, hilly terrain and buildings. The RSL is shipped knocked down to reduce shipping cost and time.
STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION = I
That due to height, use or location poses a low hazard to human life and damage to property in the event of failure and/or used for services that are optional and/or where a delay in returning the services would be acceptable.
EXPOSURE CATEGORY = C
Open terrain with scattered obstructions having heights generally less than 30 ft (9.1 m) This category includes flat, open country, grasslands and shorelines in hurricane prone regions.
TOPOGRAPHICAL CATEGORY = 1
No abrupt changes in general topography, e.g. flat or rolling terrain, no wind speed-up consideration shall be required.
3-SECOND GUST WIND SPEED WITH ICE = 40 MPH
DESIGN ICE THICKNESS = 1.0"
EARTHQUAKE SPECTRAL RESPONSE ACCELERATION, Ss = 2.50
The tabulated allowable effective projected areas (EPA) are limited to a maximum recommended value of 80 (ft2). EPA values shown as " - " indicate tower kit is not applicable for the corresponding wind speed. Site-specific designs are available upon request.