Wall-mount enclosure secures and organizes your router/modem or wireless access point protect your indoor router/modem or Wi-Fi access Point by installing it inside this smart Rack wireless access point enclosure Made from impact-resistant plastic. It’s ideal for offices, dorms, hotels, classrooms, retail locations and other indoor areas where you need to keep Wi-Fi equipment secure, organized and out of the way. Accommodates a wide range of equipment, including Cisco WAPs, up to 1102 in.³ though the EN1812 is designed specifically to protect Cisco Wi-Fi access points, It will also house most other enclosures up to 1102 cubic inches (18, 052 cubic centimeters). while rugged enough to keep your equipment safe inside, It’s also transparent to wireless signals, ensuring strong Wi-Fi coverage. Convenient knockout ports allow easy cable routing through the enclosure and reduce cable clutter. Locks securely to help prevent damage, tampering or theft This Wi-Fi access Point enclosure swings away from the wall or ceiling on a sturdy hinge, allowing easy access to equipment and cabling during installation and maintenance. It locks securely with the included keys to protect its contents against theft, tampering, dust And other contaminants. Vents on each end allow cool air to flow freely through the enclosure to prevent equipment from overheating. Easy to mount with the included hardware The EN1812 comes fully assembled and ready for horizontal or vertical mounting on a wall or ceiling with the included installation hardware. It is designed for Cisco WAPs, but the included shelf and universal t-bar bracket will accommodate a wide variety of equipment from other brands. Pre-cut openings allow for precise positioning over wall outlets.

Technical Specifications

Brand‎Tripp Lite
Item model number‎EN1812
Item Weight‎5.73 pounds
Product Dimensions‎5.1 x 11.9 x 17.9 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH‎5.1 x 11.9 x 17.9 inches
Manufacturer‎TRIPP LITE
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer‎No
Date First Available‎July 25, 2019
Best Sellers Rank#1,131 in Computer Networking Wireless Access Points