PRLog - May 19, 2014 - STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- During emergencies such as fires, a sprinkler system can wreak havoc on communications equipment and interfere with the vital transfer of information when it is most needed. Cellular equipment and wireless access points that can be kept dry and sealed becomes an especially important asset, allowing for emergency calls and wireless public service notifications to reach their destinations.
Model 1028 for hard lid wall and ceiling applications and suspended ceilings
To address the issue of communications safety and performance when water is present, Oberon has merged its popular lines of ceiling enclosures for wireless access points and its line of NEMA-rated indoor/outdoor enclosures to create a new indoor, water-tight enclosure. The new 1028 series is available for both suspended ceilings (Model 1028-08-ANT5-
This aesthetic, white powder-coated water and dust-proof enclosure has knockouts in the hinged door for ceiling-mounted antennas or watertight bulkhead connectors for antennas. The watertight enclosure is designed to withstand high pressure spray and washdown, making it especially suitable for use in healthcare facilities, labratories, and other places where contact with water may occur.
The Model 1028s are deep enough to accommodate the Cisco 3600/3700 Aironet Series and other large wireless access points and DAS remote access units with external connectors and up to five antennas.
For more information regarding Oberon's line of wireless and telecom enclosures, please call 1-877-867-2312 or visit http://oberonwireless.com. The website includes an Enclosure Finder for viewing the mounting solutions recommended for specific wireless access points, DAS remote units, or multimedia gateways.