Are you looking for a portable, lightweight, and durable power source that can be pole mounted for WiFi RF Surveys?
The SP700xf standalone power pack is a rugged, portable, self-contained power system that is compatible with the majority of WiFi access points.
Powered by an internal rechargeable battery pack, it will provide power to an access point for up to 8 hours and can be used in most situations where temporary mobile (mains power free) WiFi communication is required.
The pack is light and small enough to be attached directly to most standard diameter antenna poles and is supplied with cables, clamps and charger ready for immediate use.
Portable and Self Contained – Small, lightweight and rugged (IP50). The SPxf700 is the ideal power source for WiFi RF site surveys where portability is essential.
Designed for Portability – Light and small enough to be attached directly to most standard diameter antenna poles and is supplied with cables, clamps and charger ready for immediate use.
Switch Guard – Single switch operation with guard to prevent accidental operation. A built in LED is a simple visual power status and charging indicator.
Durable DIN Connector – Provides PoE across a wide range of access points. High current output (xf model- 40v 500mA!) compatible with the majority of commercial access points.
Are you looking for a steady PoE supply that has enough charge to carry out a full day WiFi RF site survey?
I bought my PoE battery pack over 8 years ago and in that time I have only had to swap out the battery once and that was very recently, it’s been so reliable that I have not had to worry about having a spare with me all the time. Its design and small form factor has allowed me to easily carry it on foot on public transport including the tube. Its easily charged and provides a steady PoE supply for a whole day on site, without it the whole survey process would take much longer. During its lifetime it has provided a PoE supply for the older model access points but has kept up with the most recent ones too and all the elements are still as sound as the day it was made.
— Steve, Wireless Technical Architect