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Oberon Secure Ceiling Enclosure for Extreme Networks Altitude Access Points and MIMO Antennas
New Model 1059-MIMO Suspended Ceiling Enclosure Offers Physical Security, Aesthetic Appearance
Oberon’s new Model 1059-MIMO is a secure, plenum rated, suspended ceiling mounted enclosure designed specifically for the Altitude access point with connectors. Mounting features are provided on the door for attachment of two dual band MIMO antennas, providing for ideal radio frequency coverage. The enclosure attaches to the building ceiling structural system and has locking doors, providing physical security to help meet security guidelines in government and retail environments.
The 2' x 2' x 2.6" deep enclosure is designed for installation in the air-handling space. It is OSHPD approved OPA #1638, UL50-listed, and designed to meet NEC300-22 and 300-23 for plenum installations.
For more information on designing networks to meet upcoming challenges, and for secure, convenient, and aesthetic telecommunications and wireless access point enclosures for suspended ceiling and wall-mounted systems, please call 1-877-867-2312 or visit http://oberonwireless.com.
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Since 1999, Oberon, Inc. has been providing products and services to integrators and end users of wireless LAN "Wi-Fi" network products. Oberon's wireless enclosures and antenna products are used where the RF coverage, infrastructure security, environmental robustness, and aesthetics are paramount in the network design and implementation. Oberon offers ceiling-mounted telecommunications enclosures for Ethernet switches, patch panels, wireless controllers, and other networking and A/V components - ideal for structured cabling and Fiber-to-the-
Oberon's products and services have helped thousands of integrators and end-users in the global healthcare, government, transportation and logistics, education, retail, hospitality, and manufacturing achieve reliable indoor network connection mobility.
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