Cue Dee Offset Support - 7530

Product overview

Cue Dee Offset Support (7530) is designed for installation of one antenna together with RRU units on Masts, Towers or other vertical structures.


The support can be installed on a wide range of all common vertical structures such as round, square, angle etc. It can be adjusted and complemented with accessories in order to get a perfect adaption to the site.


All components are made of anodized aluminium and acid proof stainless steel which gives the support excellent corrosion resistance.


Handling and installation is very easy thanks to its light weight but also thanks to its clever design with elongated opening holes allowing the clamp to be opened and closed without any loose parts, which rapidly speeds up the installation.


Offset Support for installation of one antenna together with RRU units on masts, towers or other vertical structures.


Mounting Span 2


For Order and Technical Information, consult the Technical Data, Accessories and Package Details tables below.

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Technical Data

Product Name Product No Drawing No Material
Offset Support 7530 CD 9910022 Clamp Profiles & Beams: Aluminium, nature anodized 20μm

Fasteners: Acid proof stainless steel


Prod. No Description Length Width Height Weight
7530 Offset Support 800mm (31,5in) 300mm (11,8in) 100mm (3,9in) 31kg (69lb)


Product No Product Description
1994 Mounting Tube AL Ø75 x 5, L=3000*
2009 Mounting Tube AL Ø90 x 5, L=3000*
7200 Safety Stop Ø75
7563 Safety Stop Ø90
7741-30 Double side strut, L=3000*,**

*) Mounting Tubes and double side strut are available in other lengths.
**) Double side strut is recommended if frame leg dimension is smaller than L70 x 70mm/ Ø30mm or load weight is above 110kg.

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