AP6050DN installation height

Created: Apr 16, 2019 19:37:58Latest reply: Apr 17, 2019 21:21:32 285 3 1 0
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Hello friends,

An access point AP6050DN, could be installed at 20 meters high?, And the operation will have no problems?

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MHME     Created Apr 17, 2019 01:37:12 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Determining the Installation Position

Indoor APs are usually mounted on a wall or ceiling using sheet metal mounting brackets. The installation position is determined by the site survey. There must be at least 200 mm clearance between the cabling end of the AP and the wall. Figure 2-2 shows space requirements.
Figure 2-2  Mounting an AP 
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When determining the AP installation position, comply with the following rules:
  • Try to reduce the number of obstacles, such as walls, between the AP and user terminals.
  • Place the AP far away from electronic devices that may produce radio interference, such as microwave ovens, other APs, antennas, and other radio communication devices. For details, see Table 2-2.
  • Install the AP in a hidden position that does not affect daily lives and work of residents.
  • Install the AP in a site that is free from leaking or dripping water, heavy dew, and humidity, and take protective measures to prevent water from flowing into the equipment along the cable.
  • Do not install the AP in an environment with high temperature, dust, poisonous gases, flammable or explosive objects, electromagnetic interference (from a radar station, radio station, or substation), unstable voltage, violent shakes, or strong noise.
  • Make the engineering design by fully considering such factors as climate, hydrology, geology, earthquake, electric power, and traffic. The selected site should comply with the environment design specifications of communications equipment.
Table 2-2  General anti-interference requirements

Scenario

Deployment Distance Requirement

Indoor installation

  • There should be at least a 7 m distance between antennas.
  • The antennas should be placed at least 2 m from the 4G antennas of the carrier.
  • The antennas should be placed far away from electronic devices that may produce interference, such as microwave ovens.
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Popeye_Wang  Enthusiast Technician   Created Apr 16, 2019 20:38:58 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The AP6050DN built-in omnidirectional antennas, its coverage range is about 30 m, so it's feasible to installed the AP at a height of 20 m.But reducing the installation height can cover farther,it depends on your actual needs.Refering to  the installation guide and you can do a signal test before fixing the AP.
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MHME     Created Apr 17, 2019 01:37:12 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Determining the Installation Position

Indoor APs are usually mounted on a wall or ceiling using sheet metal mounting brackets. The installation position is determined by the site survey. There must be at least 200 mm clearance between the cabling end of the AP and the wall. Figure 2-2 shows space requirements.
Figure 2-2  Mounting an AP 
imgDownload?uuid=01524e0475c642c3a841450
When determining the AP installation position, comply with the following rules:
  • Try to reduce the number of obstacles, such as walls, between the AP and user terminals.
  • Place the AP far away from electronic devices that may produce radio interference, such as microwave ovens, other APs, antennas, and other radio communication devices. For details, see Table 2-2.
  • Install the AP in a hidden position that does not affect daily lives and work of residents.
  • Install the AP in a site that is free from leaking or dripping water, heavy dew, and humidity, and take protective measures to prevent water from flowing into the equipment along the cable.
  • Do not install the AP in an environment with high temperature, dust, poisonous gases, flammable or explosive objects, electromagnetic interference (from a radar station, radio station, or substation), unstable voltage, violent shakes, or strong noise.
  • Make the engineering design by fully considering such factors as climate, hydrology, geology, earthquake, electric power, and traffic. The selected site should comply with the environment design specifications of communications equipment.
Table 2-2  General anti-interference requirements

Scenario

Deployment Distance Requirement

Indoor installation

  • There should be at least a 7 m distance between antennas.
  • The antennas should be placed at least 2 m from the 4G antennas of the carrier.
  • The antennas should be placed far away from electronic devices that may produce interference, such as microwave ovens.
  • x
  • convention:

Jimmy_Jim_Jovi     Created Apr 17, 2019 21:21:32 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Thank you very much !!@
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