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Adjustable Mount for 2.4-GHz WLAN Yagi Antenna (AIR-ACC2662)
This mount is designed to be used with the AIR-ANT1949 andAIR-ANT2410Y-R 2.4-GHz yagi antennas. The mount is designed to adjust the antenna's position both vertically and horizontally. The mount can be attached to a variety of surfaces.
The following information is provided in this document.
Unpacking the Adjustable Mount
Each adjustable mount is shipped with the following items:
1 x 14 nut
1/4 x 20 hex head bolt
1/4 x 20 hex nut
Split lock washer
Attaching the Antenna to the Mounting Plate
Follow these steps to attach the antenna to the mounting plate:
Step 1 Assemble the mount as shown in Figure 1.
Step 2 Hand tighten all hardware.
Figure 1 Assembly Details
Step 3 Attach the mounting plate to your antenna using the 1/4-20 x 1-inch bolts, flat washers, split washers, and nuts as shown in Figure 2
Figure 2 Mounting the An tenna to the Mounting Plate
Installing the Mount
When you determine the location at which to install the mount, consider the range of adjustment required to establish a link with another antenna. Follow these steps to install the mount:
Step 1 Use the 1/4-20 x 1 15/16 inch fasteners to install the base of the mount to the surface on which you have chosen to mount it. Make sure the base is securely fastened to its mounting surface. See Figure 3.
Figure 3 Overall Mounting View
Note You must provide adequate fasteners if those provided are incompatible with your installation.
Step 2 Use the 1-14 nut to install the antenna with mounting plate to the adjustable mount.
Step 3 Adjust the antenna vertically and tighten the vertical adjustment.
Step 4 Adjust the antenna horizontally and tighten the horizontal adjustment.
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