Mounting recommendation needed on a parapet wall

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 3 years ago
I need a recommendation please. I have a job that requires (4) 7762's be mounted on a parapet wall and then 'goose neck' so the AP will hang over the edge of the roof facing down. We've successfully used j-post/ satellite mounts previously, but in this case I need to overhang the roof. I need some specific mounting suggestions...
Photo of Steve Rosenthal

Steve Rosenthal

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes

Posted 3 years ago

  • 1
Photo of Monnat Systems

Monnat Systems, AlphaDog

  • 776 Posts
  • 163 Reply Likes
Hello Steve,

Take a look here - http://c541678.r78.cf2.rackcdn.com/da...

i think partnumber in the doc - 902-0165-0000 should meet your needs.

Hope this helps.
Photo of Steve Rosenthal

Steve Rosenthal

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
thanks for the quick response - I have the bracket that secures the AP to a structure. pole. What I need is the hardware that I can mount this onto.
I cannot mount on the outside of the building, so I must mount on the inside/ parapet wall, and then the piece needs to go up & over the wall. I see many products online - but I'm looking for some real help from installers who deploy these outdoor AP's regularly. What works for you when there no existing hardware on a commercial building or school to mount your AP's - what do you use on a parapet?
Photo of Monnat Systems

Monnat Systems, AlphaDog

  • 776 Posts
  • 163 Reply Likes
Hello Steve,

I have not done outdoor mounts so just trying my best to give you what i know.
Take a look at below URL - there are quite a few hardware which may help you out:

http://www.thefind.com/electronics/in...

hope this
Photo of Steve Rosenthal

Steve Rosenthal

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
Is there anyone on the forums that has experience installing OUTDOOR WAPS on a building with parapet walls? I am really looking to the ruckus community for some suggestions ....
Photo of Carl Peterson

Carl Peterson

  • 2 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
Kind of need a better description of how you want to mount.

On top of the parapet? On the inside of the parapet? On a non-pen sled with an extension arm that reaches up over the parapet?

If mounting to the inside wall, I'd just use two J arm feet mounted to the inside and then use a conduit bender to put two 90 degree bends into a piece of 1-1/2" conduit so that goes up and over the wall. Drill the bolt hole for the bottom foot so that the top bolt can be removed and the entire assembly can flip up inside the parapet for maintenance. You could likely get away with only one foot but I'd recommend two. If you can't bend conduit, you could use rigid 90s with couplers or have someone make the pipe for you. Likely be easier to just stop in at your electricians shop and have them bend them for you.
Photo of Alan Rothenstreich

Alan Rothenstreich

  • 63 Posts
  • 11 Reply Likes
Check out camera mounts for parapets. http://www.surveillance-video.com/acc...

Bosch
Pelco

All different brands and styles that allow the pipe to be turned in case you ever need to swing something over the wall.

Or use kindorf with U-Clamps to hold a mast in place.