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Oberon Extends Both Life and Value of Wi-Fi Access Point Enclosures

by Katy Plant on March 29, 2022

With the rapid evolution of Wi-Fi technology, what would you say are your concerns? Has the dreadful thought crossed your mind that, when making choices to secure and protect your current Wi-Fi infrastructure, you may be simultaneously creating upgrade problems for yourself in the future?

These concerns are valid. After all, with Wi-Fi 6 and 6E access point (AP) upgrades imminent, network managers like you should be carefully considering Wi-Fi AP enclosure options for today and tomorrow's generation of equipment.

With that being said, it is important to find an AP enclosure provider who truly understands the rapid evolution and frequent refresh cycle of Wi-Fi access points. An example of this kind of provider would be Oberon.







Pick a Door, Any Door

In order to help migrate networks over to new wireless equipment, most Oberon products feature interchangeable retrofit doors and trims.

What does this mean?

It means that, when a new access point needs to be installed, the Oberon enclosure or mount can remain in place, needing only its door and/or trim to be replaced. A great convenience, this allows you to minimize future waste and purchases.

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Oberon logo: Mounting Solutions for Wi-Fi Access Points, a division of Chatsworth Products

The benefits are trifold and, of course, all converge to dollar savings:

  • TIME: Because Oberon receives advanced information from leading AP vendors, new retrofit doors and trims are offered for new access points as soon as they are released.
  • LABOR: Retrofit doors and trims are designed for rapid, tool-less replacement. The back-box is not removed during AP migrations.
  • MATERIAL/WASTE: Replace only doors and/or trims in the future.


Are you in the process of finding the perfect AP enclosure?

Oberon's Solutions Finder quickly finds a retrofit door or trim most suitable for your application. This simple, step-by-step process allows you to select an AP vendor and model, as well as installation requirements, to identify the right door(s) or trim(s) for your retrofit application. From there, the choice is all yours. Try Now  >>


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