For freestanding installation use 1/2″ rebar and drive the rebar into the ground. Then slide the lollipop over top of the rebar and use landscape stakes in the holes on the base mount to prevent turning. Wind can pose a challenge to secure the props. Try and utilize 3 feet or longer rebar and go at least 1.5 feet into the ground depending on soil. The deeper the rebar goes into the ground and the taller it sticks out and fits inside of the EMT, the stronger your pixel pole will stand. If you have strong winds you may need to add a stabilizing guy wire to secure the prop in addition to the rebar and landscape stakes.
Lollipop Mount STL
3D Printed mounting system for the Gilbert Engineering Lollipop. As of now the only size available is small, but more sizes may be added later. These mounts are similar to in design to the Poor Mans Pixel Pole mounts and provide a frame structure behind the coro to stabilize the prop. The mounts themselves are designed to be zip tied to the coro and sized to fit 1/2″ EMT conduit. They feature a hole on the top where a screw can be inserted through the mount and into the EMT to secure it in place. The set of mounts contains 3 different mounts, a base mount that has a flat base which can be inserted over rebar and secured with landscape stakes, there is also a mid span mount and a top mount.