Zinwave's DAS enclosure meets public safety system regulations

Zinwave has debuted a new National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) 4/IP 66-rated enclosure for its wideband distributed antenna system (DAS) Remote Units, making Zinwave UNItivity DAS solutions compliant with public safety wireless system regulations. Complying with the National Fire Protection Act (NFPA), the new enclosure protects against falling dirt, rain, sleet, snow, windblown dust, splashing water, and hose-directed water common in firefighting operations.

In addition to supporting various band combinations including 150/450/700 and 800 MHz, the new enclosure is NFPA-compliant, NEMA 4/IP 66 compliant. The enclosure also includes an integrated fiber splice tray, two NEMA 4-rated pass-through fiber and alarming ports, an optional integrated power supply, and optional 12- or 24-hour battery backup. Zinwave has experience with providing systems for public safety wireless systems in universities and government agencies, and its wideband wireless access system can support the 700 MHz public safety frequency without hardware modifications. This ensures investment protection for enterprises and government agencies that deploy the UNItivity solution to meet public safety requirements. Release

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