A Healthcare Facility's Top Objective is to Protect Patients.
Dust, mold, and fungal spores found in the space above a suspended ceiling are dangerous to patients. Holes in ceiling tiles to pass antennas or cables is not acceptable in hospitals, as these openings in the ceiling readily pass particles. Lifting ceiling tiles often requires a tent to be constructed around the work area. Wireless access points should be mounted in an enclosure which allows access to the equipment without lifting or penetrating the ceiling or tenting.
Oberon simplifies ICRA procedure compliance for healthcare facilities while providing optimal wireless coverage.