Locking, 2’ x 2’ suspended ceiling tile enclosure mounts and secures wireless access points flush to the ceiling. The interchangeable door simplifies access point and antenna moves, adds, and changes without lifting ceiling tiles. Access points can be mounted in the door or inside the enclosure with the configurations with the ABS dome. "-T" version matches tegular ceiling tiles used in recessed grids. Specify -T version for professional, aesthetic installation in recessed grid ceilings.
- (1) T-bar bracket
- (1) Mounting bracket
- (1) 3/4" Trade size conduit connectors
- (1) Fire Block Foam
- (2) #8 - 32 wing nut
- (4) Lock washer
- (4) Support wire
- (2) Keys for access door lock
- Installation instructions
NOTE: AP-325 (only) has a BLE (Bluetooth low energy) antenna on the back side of the AP. This BLE antenna may not provide the desired coverage when mounted in an Oberon mount or enclosure. If you intend to use BLE services with the Aruba AP-325 access point in an Oberon product, please contact your Oberon customer service representative for an appropriate solution.
- 2’ x 2’ locking ceiling tile enclosure secures wireless access points from most vendors
- Attractive, textured, powder-coat finish matches many ceilings
- Interchangeable doors permit simple migration to new access points and antennas
- Shallow (3"), lightwight, aluminum back-box simplifies installation in ceilings with little space above ceiling tiles
- Enclosure back-box is effective dust barrier to simplify ICRA procedure compliance
UL listed for low voltage and line voltage applications
Construction: Back-box is 16 ga. aluminum; door and flange are 18 ga. textured, white powder-coated steel
Size: Flange is 23.75" X 23.75"
Back -box is 12.75" x 12. x 3" deep
Fits into standard (U.S.) 2’ x 2’ suspended ceiling systems
Knockouts for single gang J-box, (2) keystone jacks, (2) 0.75" trade conduit connector
Maximum weight to be installed inside the unit is 25 lbs.
De-rate upper operating temperaturlimit from +50C to +40C when AP in the enclosure
Enclosure must be supported by the building structure independent of the suspended ceiling, per NEC paragraph 300.11