A Parabeam® PRO beam-unit installation showing a close-up of the side-mounted bracket. Image shows one central Tek screw fitted so the tilt-angle can be determined using a laser. Once tilt-angle determined, 4 screws are fitted to secure permanently.
A laser is used to quickly align the beam-units with each-other.
A Parabeam® PRO (solar version) installed on a large property. (110m distance between beam units)
Parabeam® PRO beam-communicators with cover-lens assembly removed
Parabeam® This image shows a battery for the non-solar version of our PRO series. This version is intended for extremely shaded locations, or for rapid-deployment on construction sites, civil works sites or any temporary situation. (battery is shown discretely clipped behind post in this example)
Parabeam® PRO beam-communicator, guard a farmhouse and nearby storage sheds. (fixed using masonry bolts). (DIY System installed by orchardist in Te Puke)
Parabeam® PRO beam-emitter, shown mounted on fence post. (DIY System installed by orchardist in Te Puke)