The Endura Series is custom designed to serve a number of industries who are looking for a cost-effective, high performance solution to embrace the use of satellite technology. X2nSat's quick-deploy Endura RTS-1 is part of X2nSat's full line of climate controlled, industrialized satellite integration boxes. Specialized configurations include indoor/outdoor enclosures with built-in UPS allowing up to 4 hours of standby power. Product integration allows telcos to offer rural subscribers with up to four lines per household, broadband speeds from 256k to 2M, and integrates with 911 Emergency services.
The front enclosure houses the battery chargers and batteries for the system.
The components in this area are waterproof. Cooling is by radiation and
convection only, with venting in the bottom and louvers on the front.
A gasket runs around the perimeter of the front enclosure’s flange. No effort is
made to totally exclude water or moisture from the front, although the design will
keep water incursion to a minimum. The louvers are screened to prevent nesting
by flying insects such as wasps and yellow-jackets.
The rear enclosure houses all system electronics, including power supplies,
satellite modem, and VoIP board. All electrical connections are also made in this
portion of the system, including AC, RF, phone, and Ethernet.
The rear enclosure is sealed against the weather. Since this area is cooled by
forced-air, it does have open vents on the bottom. The intake vent has a plenum
running the full height of the box to minimize moisture intake. The exhaust vent
has an integral splash shield to prevent splashed water from entering.
In use, moist air may be drawn in by the fan. A packet of silica gel is in the
bottom of the rear enclosure to help keep the interior humidity low.
The system should never be used in an environment where it will be exposed
to salty ocean air for any length of time.
An effort should always be made to mount the system on the north side of the
antenna pole, where it will be shaded as much as possible from direct sunlight by
the antenna reflector.
cover plate has a full gasket made of closed-cell neoprene.
When replacing this cover, the screws holding it in place should be tightened until
they stop, guaranteeing a complete seal against water.
The bottom of the rear compartment has two air vents, entry for AC power, AC
circuit breaker, customer power switch, cable gland, and a fitting for 1 ¼” conduit.
The serial number tag is also located here.