Locking Ceiling Mount secures wireless access points.
July 6, 2012 -
Utilizing patent pending mechanism, Model 1068-00 locks and secures wireless access points from Cisco, Aruba Networks, Ruckus, and others. Access panels feature ABS plastic construction that is virtually invisible to wireless signals, protecting access points while supporting recommended mounting configurations for optimal radiation patterns. Because enclosures allow moves, adds, and changes to access points without removing ceiling tiles, they are suitable for high-traffic areas.
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1315 S. Allen Street
State College, PA, 16801
Oberon, Inc. Announces New Model 1068 Wireless Access Point Enclosure
Universal Locking Ceiling Mount Makes Security Outside the Telecommunications Room Convenient and Aesthetic
State College, PA - Oberon, Inc., a leading manufacturer of wireless and telecom enclosures, announced a new Universal Locking Ceiling Mount for mounting wireless access points in suspended ceilings. The Model 1068-00 utilizes a patent pending mechanism to lock and secure wireless access points from every leading manufacturer,
including Cisco, Aruba Networks, Ruckus, and others.
Access points can be swapped out with the turn of a key, simultaneously increasing both convenience and security of key network equipment.
Oberon's wireless access point enclosures and mounting solutions are an aesthetic and convenient way to secure the access points in the suspended ceiling. The lockable enclosures attach to building structure for additional security. Panels for accessing the access points feature a strong ABS plastic construction that is virtually invisible to wireless signals, protecting access points while supporting recommended mounting configurations for ideal radiation patterns.
The Model 1068 products are UL listed and designed for compliance with the National Electric Code for installation in the plenum space. Because the wireless enclosures allow moves, adds, and changes to wireless access points without removing ceiling tiles, enclosures are convenient in high-traffic areas and can simplify maintenance in healthcare environments where working above the ceiling requires special infection control procedures. The physical security provided by wireless access point enclosures helps network designers meet PCI-DSS requirements.
In addition to mounting solutions for suspended ceilings, Oberon designs and manufactures enclosures mounting wireless LAN access points in hard-lid ceilings, on walls, and in outdoor or challenging NEMA environments. Telecommunications enclosures for networking components such as Ethernet switches allow for a more flexible cabling design with shorter data home-runs and increased flexibility for future network expansion. Enclosures provide security through locking doors, convenience of access to simplify maintenance, and a sleek, aesthetic appearance.
For more information on Oberon products or to pre-order the new Model 1068 Universal Locking Ceiling Mount for wireless access points, 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.
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