Pulse Larsen DASACHOLDER Above-Ceiling Antenna Holder

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Larsen/Pulse ElectronicsSKU: DASACHOLDER

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Mounting Brackets (DAS Accessory)

Installation Location: Other

Mounting: Other

Length: 618x192x122 mm (24.4x7.6x4.4 inch)

Material: Polycarbonate

Function: Support antennas above ceiling tile rails.

The holder includes snap-in-place brackets for easy installation onto most standard ceiling tiles rails. Antennas are robustly held in place so the antennas cannot be disturbed when building tenant moves ceiling tiles and impacts the antenna. The plastic construction ensures PIM is not aggrevated unlike competitive ferrous metal holders.

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