Wiremold Debuts Cisco WAP Enclosures
With Wi-Fi wireless communications playing an increasing role in AV installations, Legrand/Wiremold introduced three new enclosures designed for use with the widespread Cisco 1250 Aironet wireless access points.
WAPE5-1250KITD and 1250KITR Wireless Access Point Enclosures provide a 5-inch deep enclosure that fits into a 2-by-2-foot drop ceiling tile grid. Faceplates allow for mounting the Aironet 1250 WAP using dipole antennas (1250KITD) or remote antennas (1250KITR). The ceiling enclosures are plenum-rated by and may be used in environmental air spaces. They also meet all requirements of the TIA/EIA-569-B Pathways and Spaces standards.
The NME1250AP Wireless Access Point Enclosure conceals wireless access points in a wall-mounted, ETL/cETL listed enclosure. Its thermoplastic construction provides protection for expensive access point hardware and fragile antennae while allowing optimum placement for maximum signal performance and industry standard PoE, the company says. Antennas for Cisco Aironet 1250 access points can be configured either internal or external to the enclosure. The enclosure can be mounted vertically or horizontally and includes a concealed key lock under a subdoor to prevent unauthorized access.
Wiremold wireless access point enclosures are supplied with mounting hardware, and have design features for ease of installation, company officials say.