WhyReboot Unveils Universal Mounting System for Wireless Access Points
WhyReboot introduces its Paramount patent-pending universal access point mount with paintable, magnetic cover.
Branching out from its expertise in designing commercial-grade home networks, WhyReboot has introduced the Paramount universal Wi-Fi access point (AP) mount. The Paramount enables integrators to easily install nearly any size access point wherever it delivers best possible wireless coverage while maintaining the aesthetics of the home or commercial environment.
The WhyReboot Paramount utilizes a unique, patent-pending, ratcheting system that secures all shapes and sizes of access points inside the ceiling within just a couple of minutes.
The design also allows for servicing, upgrading or replacing an AP in under one minute without the scratches, dents or wear-and-tear associated with competitive AP mounts, according to the company.
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The adjustable bands that hold the AP securely in place are made from an advanced material that is stronger than steel by weight, and a tension spring on the back ensures that the AP will remain securely fastened over time regardless of jostling or vibration.
The magnetic cosmetic cover snaps firmly into place and can be painted or even textured to match the surrounding area and blend into the decor.
There is a spacer included allowing smaller APs to be positioned with their antennas close to the ceiling. Integrators will appreciate the tapered pass-through openings for category cables, preventing them from falling back into the ceiling or attic space during installation.
“Developed over two years to provide integration professionals with a premium solution, the Paramount will ensure best possible wireless coverage throughout any environment, an important aspect of modern living,” explains WhyReboot president Bjørn Jensen.
“The design, engineering and manufacturing quality of the Paramount are unmatched by competitive solutions—not only is it the best AP mount on the market, it is also the most cost-effective.”
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