Walk-In Cabinets (WIC) are protective walk-in enclosures housing an integrated system of electronic components and equipment that can serve fiber and copper interfaces. The WIC offers a lighter weight alternative to concrete basestation shelters providing a lower total cost of ownership. With the use of the Charles Thermal Management System (CTMSl as the closure’s main thermal system. the closed loop thermal solution requires no maintenance and offers energy savings over current concrete buildings and huts.
The WIC houses multiple equipment racks suitable for customer supplied equipment. The WIC has four CTMS thermal devices mounted on the side walls. as well as a Intelligent Ventilation System (IVS). Motion-sensitive lighting units are mounted on the front and rear. Multiple exterior ground bars all connect to an interior master ground bar.
Wide range of thermal management options for even the most demanding heat dissipation needs allows for optimization of thermal performance and reduced energy costs.
Features such as a laptop tray. document holder. DC interior and exterior lighting. 12· cable ladder above racks. and a convenience outlet support maximum technician productivity.
Significantly lower annual energy cost of thermal solution implementation which also reduces generator size requirements.
Helical/Pad or Platform Mounting options.
Stair kit available when direct mounting on a concrete pad.
Pre-fabricated structure is delivered to site locations pre- assembled and ready to install.
Closed loop thermal solution requires no maintenance making the WIC an ideal alternative for remote site installations where access to technician is difficult.
Durable. 12 gauge steel welded construct on.
R13 insulation for maximum thermal efficiency.
10H x 10W x 10D weather proof structure provides ample room to protect both equipment and technicians from the elements.
Enclosures and thermal systems have a powder coated finish to withstand the elements and provide superior environmental protection.
Door Intrusion. High Temperature. Thermal System Failure Alarms.