WS-12-250-AC in action

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WS-12-250-AC in action

Tue Aug 08, 2017 4:35 pm

One of our more remote sites. Mounted on the side of a advertising sign on top of a high ridge. Almost impossible to get to in winter.

These are our typical cabinets that we get custom made. The Netonix is kinda hard to see in the background, it's sitting in a metal fitting we made for ToughSwitches.

All backhauls/APs terminate in the punchdown kit before going into the Netonix, after a while we've found that regardless what type of cable it is, it starts leaking gel or water. In this setup, any water will leak down into the bottom of the cabinet where there is drain holes. Additionally we also ground the ESD wire.

With the UPS setup and the additional battery packs this site gets about 20 hours of total run time. Not bad.



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I'll have another one in the next few days. We just cleaned up a big site of ours. Now powering 21 devices off a WS-26-400-AC. 7 backhauls and 14 access points.

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Re: WS-12-250-AC in action

Tue Aug 08, 2017 4:59 pm

Thanks for sharing.

Took me a bit to find it! :cheers:
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