Ceiling Mount Enclosure combines physical security, aesthetics.
November 1, 2011 -
Used to secure Aruba Networks AP-135 Series Wireless Access Points, Model 1066 Suspended Ceiling Enclosure meets NEC300-22 and 300-23 for plenum installations. This 2 ft x 2 ft x 2.25 in., 6 lb enclosure, approved by OSHPD, attaches directly to building's ceiling structural system and features locking mechanism to facilitate compliance with government and PCI requirements. Access point can be reached from below for moves, additions, and changes.
(Archive News Story - Products mentioned in this Archive News Story may or may not be available from the manufacturer.)
|Original Press release |
1315 S. Allen Street
State College, PA, 16801
Oberon Secure Ceiling Mounting Solution Designed for Aruba Networks AP-135 Series Access Points
New Model 1066 Suspended Ceiling Enclosure Offers Physical Security, Aesthetic Appearance
State College, PA - Among the new products announced by Oberon, Inc. this fall is a new ceiling mounting solution for securing Aruba Networks AP-135 Series Wireless Access Points. The AP-135 Series is designed for extremely high-density Wi-Fi environments. The AP-135 access point features two internal 3x3 MIMO dual-band 2.4-GHz/5-GHz radios, and the official Aruba Networks, states that the AP-135 offers "50% more throughput and supports 50% more mobile devices in high-density environments compared to previous-generation APs."
The new Oberon Model 1066, available for pre-order today, is designed to provide a secure, convenient, and aesthetic mounting solution for the Aruba Networks AP-135 series 802.11n access points. Designed to meet NEC300-22 and 300-23 for plenum installations, the 2' x 2' x 2.25" deep mount is OSHPD-approved (OPA #1638). The 6 lb. enclosure is shipped with hanger wires, 1.75" trade size conduit connector for data/power cable, a security hasp to secure mount to the ceiling system or other permanent fixture, and mounting instructions.
The enclosure attaches directly to the building's ceiling structural system and features a patent-pending locking mechanism, simplifying compliance with government and PCI requirements concerning physical security of networking equipment.
The access point can be accessed from below for easy moves, adds, and changes. In healthcare environments, where infection control precautions are needed when working above the ceiling, the ability to maintain and secure the AP below the plenum space can provide significant time savings.
Aesthetically, the enclosure follows Oberon's trademark sleek, sophisticated look. The white powder-coated steel enclosure fits standard 2' x 2' ceiling tile arrangements with no need to cut ceiling tiles. For "tegular" ceiling tiles (or recessed grid ceilings) commonly used in new construction and renovations, the Model 1066-T shows attention to detail with a matching 3/8" bevel in the flange around the perimeter.
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.
ABOUT OBERON, INC. - 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-Enclosure (FTTE) deployments.
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.
For more information regarding this press release, please contact Sharon Sobieszczyk at 814-308-5017 x708 or firstname.lastname@example.org.