MFP® (Multi-Function Poles)

MFP® (Multi-Function Poles) from CSP® is a range of poles that can accommodate co-location of various functions on the same pole, simultaneously. We can design a pole to include street lighting, traffic lights, telecommunications (Wi-Fi access points) and CCTV cameras at the same time.

With CCTV cameras now being more than just cameras, they are venturing into the world of ‘smart data’ with Councils aiming to combine CCTV operating systems into a single system that law enforcement will also have real-time access to.

All this and more can be accommodated in a MFP® from CSP® and we can also help with retrofitting your existing structures which are still sound.

Functions which can be included:

  • CCTV (Closed Circuit Television Camera) including PTZ (Point Tilt Zoom)
  • Dimmers and sensors
  • Luminaires
  • Cladding arms
  • Wi Fi boosters
  • Communications shrouds
  • Mast arms
  • JUSP – Joint Use Street Lighting Poles
  • JUMA – Joint Use Mast Arm Poles
  • SVL vehicle monitoring
  • Retrofitting
  • Steel structure – allows for future loading of additional signs
  • Vented pole cap – provides air flow to inhibit and restrict moisture build up
  • Outreaches to support luminaires – vehicle, pedestrian and decorative arrangements accommodated
  • Banner arms – provides large format visual space for community events and advertising
  • Base cladding optional – overlapping alloy sections that allow for easy removal of posters and cover equipment hatches
  • NZS 3404: 2009 - New Zealand Structural Steel Design Standard (includes fabrication)
  • AS/NZS 4680: 2006 - Hot Dip Galvanised (Zinc) Coatings on Fabricated Ferrous Articles
  • AS/NZS 4600: 2018 - Cold-formed Steel Structures Design Standard
  • AS/NZS 1170: 2011 - Structural Design Actions
  • AS/NZS 4677: 2010 - Steel Utility Services Poles