Wireless Infrastructure in Hospitals - Minimizing Negative Impact on Patients
Dust and spores found in the space above the ceiling are suspected contributors to Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs). Damaged and lifted ceiling tiles can allow dust and spores to spread into patient areas. Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) procedures often require areas to be tented off before work is performed above the ceiling.
Are you trying to minimize penetrations in, and damage to, suspended ceiling tiles while installing your Wi-Fi network?
What if you could simplify ICRA procedure compliance when maintaining your wireless LAN?
Do you need to "lock down" your mission-critical wireless network?
Oberon's 2' x 2' ceiling tile wireless access point and workspace telecom enclosures can help reduce damage to ceiling tiles and simplify ICRA procedure compliance.
- Secure wireless access points, networking, and PON equipment in the workspace ceiling
- Eliminate poke-through holes, cracks, and penetrations in ceiling tiles
- Minimize ceiling tile lifting; access the equipment with the turn of a key
- Oberon's enclosure all-metal back box is an effective dust barrier
- Oberon's products are UL listed and designed for use in the space in and above suspended ceilings
Model 1059 shown with Cisco AP (not included)
Oberon Advances Healthcare Environmental Monitoring with the NEW IC Sentinel
Are you interested in monitoring for dust and particulates in your healthcare facility?
Do you know if critical patient areas are adequately protected from the ingress of dust and spores?
Are you sure that ICRA procedures are being followed during construction and renovation projects?
Oberon's new IC Sentinel is the only networked, distributed indoor air quality sensor designed specifically for the hospital environment.
Monitoring with Alerts
- Monitor airborne particulate count facility-wide
- Monitor differential room pressure of key areas
- Generate real-time alerts
- Monitor construction and renovation for particulates
- Verify barrier effectiveness
- Monitor air quality
- Create and display trends
See how the IC Sentinel works at
Structured Cabling Systems for Educational Facilities
Approved for 1 BICSI ITS CEC*
August 27, 2013
01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
12:00 PM Central Daylight Time
10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time
17:00 Greenwich Mean Time
Approximately one hour
Speakers include Oberon President Scott D. Thompson
Educational facilities, including K-12 as well as college and university environments, are prolific users of structured cabling systems and present unique, challenging requirements for these systems. This webcast seminar, hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, examines the technologies, standards and best practices that can be used to meet the demanding and evolving cabling-system needs of educational facilities.
What You'll Learn:
- Status of the under-development TIA-4966 standard for cabling educational facilities
- Technologies and approaches for cabling dispersed buildings in a campus environment
- How technological developments in wireless networking enable connectivity throughout a campus