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Oberon Logo5 Model 1047-COAP4800
Locking Suspended Ceiling Tile Wi-Fi Access Point Enclosure with 18.5 x 18.5 x 3 in. Back Box / Cisco 4800 Series AP Door
Category: N/A
 
Patent pending
UL ListedIdeal for wireless networksOSHPD logo
 
Features & Benefits
  • Mount AP flush to the ceiling, revealing only the antenna face of the AP for optimal wireless coverage
  • Attractive, textured, powder-coat finish matches many ceilings
  • Larger back-box designed for securing most vendors' enterprise Wi-Fi and Small Cell APs
  • Interchangeable doors permit simple migration to new APs and antennas
  • Enclosure back-box is an effective dust barrier to simplify ICRA procedure compliance
Technical Specifications
  • Design: Economical ceiling tile enclosure designed for APs with integrated antennas. Fits into standard 2 x 2 ft. U.S. ceiling grid. Doors available for all leading AP vendor’s models (see Oberon’s Model 1047 configuration guide)
  • Performance: UL listed for low voltage applications, and designed to meet NEC300-22 and 300-23 for plenum installations. OSHPD approved, OPM-0110-13. De-rate AP operating temperature range by 6°C when mounted in enclosure
  • Locking, quick release interchangeable door for migration to other APs. Large door permits migration to large APs and domes
  • Firestop grommet for insertion into back-box, large enough for 2 Cat6A cables
  • 1 in. trade size knockouts in four walls
  • Construction: 20 ga. galvanized steel back-box. 18 ga. white, powder-coated steel flange and door. Solid back-box fills opening behind AP, creating an effective fire, smoke and dust barrier to simplify ICRA compliance. Dome is virtually transparent to wireless signals. Model 1047-LPDOME only: Paintable UL 94-5VA ABS plastic dome. Model 1047-FPDOME only: UL 94-5VA Frosted Polycarbonite plastic dome
  • Constructed to be compliant with City of Chicago Environmental Air (CCEA) plenum requirements
  • Enclosure must be supported by the building structure, independent of the suspended ceiling, per NEC paragraph 300.11. Includes hanger wire
  • Maximum weight inside enclosure is 25 lbs.
  • For recessed grid ceilings, specify "–T" for tegular flange units
  • Size: 23.75 x 23.75 x 3.05 in. Back-box is 18.5 x 18.5 x 3 in. (-LPDOME & -FPDOME total depth is 5 in.)
  • Specify "-600MM" for European (metric) ceiling (594 x 594 mm tile flange. All other dimensions are the same)

Standards for Safety
  • UL 2416, Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology Equipment Cabinet, Enclosure & Rack Systems
  • CSA C22.2 NO. 60950-1-07 + Amd. 1 Amd. 2 Information Technology Equipment -- Safety. Part 1, General Requirements
  • OSHPD Approval OPM-0110-13

Measurements (Maximum values):
Height: 23.75 in.
Width: 23.75 in.
Depth: 3.05 in.
Item Weight: 16 lbs.
Shipping Weight: 20 lbs.

Includes
  • Enclosure and door
  • (1) Dual Cable Egress Firestop Kit (1 in. trade size conduit connector and firestop grommet)
  • (2) Keys for lock
  • (4) Hanger wires
  • Installation instructions

Available Accessories
  • 39-BLANK-PLATE: Models 1047(-T), 1052, 1076, & 1077(-T) Cisco enclosures (-CCOAP, -CCOAP3800), to temporarily fill cutout in door when AP is not in place

Documentation Links
Oberon symbol Spec Sheet - oberoninc.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5454&Itemid=399
Customer Prints
- oberoninc.com/images/WebDocs/Oberon_Model_1047-COAP4800_Customer_Print.pdf
Ceiling Tile Ordering Form - oberoninc.com/images/WebDocs/Ceiling_Tile_Ordering_Form.pdf

OSHPD OPM Drawing - http://oberoninc.com/images/WebDocs/Oberon_OPM.pdf
pdfSECTION 27_21_33 DATA COMMUNICATIONS WIRELESS ACCESS POINTS -
http://oberoninc.com/images/WebDocs/SECTION_27_21_33_DATA_COMMUNICATIONS_WIRELESS_ACCESS_POINTS.pdf